OPINION – This would sound like a conspiracy theory to prior generations of Americans. Today, it is a settled fact. The idea that they can sanitize a candidate confirmed to be totally compromised to China, morally bankrupt, and mentally diminished–and who is the head of a depraved family. Who is doing this? The biggest and […]
Day 257 of Bible Reading Plan – Have you ever known a know-it-all? Maybe they thought they knew it all, but their pride and self-righteousness revealed that they surely didn’t. Those who know anything in this life realizes they don’t know anything. Living in wisdom helps us to truly be wise.
Day 248 of Bible Reading Plan – It’s not enough to just do what is good. Our heart matters. Likewise, it is not enough to just have good intentions. We have to do something about it. Benjamin Franklin is purported to have said, “Well done is better than well said.” But still being a do-gooder is not something we can truly do apart from knowing Jesus.
Do people even recognize good and bad anymore? Why is wickedness admired and followed?
Day 14 – Join Johnny Enlow for a 67-day walk through Psalms.
It’s as if the nurturing and dutiful wife (or husband) feels drawn into a romantic relationship with a bad guy/gal, like a moth to a flame.
He took notice of their hearts and saw value in them when they didn’t seem all that valuable in the eyes of society or in the eyes of the religious elite.
Fellow mamas, we aren’t called to be our kids’ savior, but we are called to surrender them to the Savior.
The Bible makes it clear that being completely good is a hopeless goal on our own. We all fall short of the glory of God.
Learn to distinguish between light and darkness early in your walk with the Lord. He has separated the two.
Episode #96 – “Whatever you did for one of the least of these you did for me” has become so popular and overused that we probably tend to gloss over at the reading of this story.
Love does not force another to love in return or in exchange for goods or services rendered. God created us with the ability to choose or reject Him.
The Gospel of Matthew tells us that there is something more dangerous than taking in something bad, and that is speaking out something that is bad.
Since I have been walking in relationship with Jesus since I was seventeen, I thought I had met God as Father. Then, in 2013, we lost our first baby.
Does your parched, dry throat sing His praises? Do you thank Him for His grace, mercy, and forgiveness even while your stomach is growling?
We see tension as a problem to be eliminated. We don’t want the inconvenience of conflict. We want smoothness.
All of God’s creation–the earth, humans, angels, and demons–are used, and can be used, to give glory to God.
We have transitioned more times than I can count over the last 10 years, but this one has by far been the hardest…emotionally, physically, spiritually.
When you believe in God and know what God has done for you, then you can encourage others not to worry and know it is working for you!
Our receptionist asked him the general greeting question, “How are you today?” He laughed and replied, “It’s too early to tell.”
I would tell people I am usually asleep before my flight even takes off. I must have shared that little factoid one too many times. We all know what the result of pride is; even when it seems subtle, the fall is coming.
We all want to know why only the good die young or why in the world wonderful, kind people find themselves in tragedy while the rotten, selfish folks continue on their merry way.