God has torn down the veil between Himself and us. Yet we so often try to put that veil back up between us and God.
When we find ourselves in crisis, either self-inflicted or through circumstances not our making, the advice is the same: remember that the God we serve is almighty.
Be thou in the fear of the LORD all the day long. For surely there is an end, and thine expectation shall not be cut off.
Because of her asthma problems my wife had been on high-dose Prednisone for a very long time. One of its side effects can be avascular necrosis where the blood supply to the hips or the ankles can be severely diminished, killing the bone. For my wife, that happened in both of her hips. So, by … Continue reading And the hardest part is…
Because people are what we can see, we see people and the circumstances they can create for us as the source of our troubles. That’s simply not true. The Bible says that Jesus Christ is the Author and Finisher of my faith. That makes Him Lord of my blessings. It also makes Him Lord of … Continue reading Lord of my distresses
For all the problems that life puts on our plate, we need to remember that no matter how big our problems, our God is greater than them all.
The distance that grows between us and God is self-inflicted.
Maybe right now you're on a path that does not make sense. Take heart because the steps of a good man are ALL ordered by the Lord.
Yesterday I read a quote that said: “God is not Who you think He is. He is Who He says He is.” It is a powerful and true saying. During His ministry, Jesus had a turning point moment where He lost a great many followers because He challenged their conceptions of Messiah on that very … Continue reading God is not Who we think He is
God has no pantheons and He has no super saints. He only has believers like you and me to trust Him so He can show Himself mighty in their lives.