I have always liked writing. Even in school I enjoyed creative writing. Due to some negative push back on my writing I just stopped. There were some girls in school that made fun of me because I always got good grades for what I wrote. Teacher's pet is what they would say when they saw … Continue reading Who Me?
We know Jesus came to this world out of the love the Father has for us. We also know Jesus was not forced to go to the cross but out of His love for us, He chose to stay on the cross for our redemption from sin, once and for all. It was this love … Continue reading Love Heals
You #speak Lisa!
What a fabulous prompt following this week of passionate speaking- on subjects that are so controversial that I can almost see Satan laughing through most every reply out there.
I thought about doing some research in scripture to help me out here, but my heart says, “As if you need research to know.” No, I do not require research to know what I have witnessed in escalation over the last week falls out of the parameters of love.
I am going to go there, and I only ask that you give me the rest of these four minutes.
I realize we may have an unskilled President when it comes to publicly speaking (I honestly thought he would never be elected with his rambunctious comments, but that is a different post)- I sat in a room of pastors yesterday sharing my views on our current state, and they agreed. This may…
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In a world where no matter what you say someone will take offense to it, where free speech is only if those who hate free speech agrees with what you say, there is one example we need to follow. Jesus knew when to speak and when to be silent. He was and is the most controversial person … Continue reading Five Minute Friday #Speak
In Exodus 15, three days after they had crossed the Red Sea, Moses and the Children of Israel come upon a body of water that would be big enough to supply all of them. The only problem is this body of water was bitter and not drinkable. Don't know about you but I have always … Continue reading Bitter Waters
Pulling a band-aid off is never fun, especially if it is stuck to the wound. When I had my accident years ago the nurses would change my bandages on my left leg twice a day. There was an abrasion on my left knee that no matter what they did to it, the bandage would always … Continue reading Ripping Off the Band-Aid of Bitterness
This is one of the best books I have read in getting along with people. Rick Bezet talks about how people are so eager to blame someone else, how hard it is to agree with everyone, to no matter how hard you try, you just can't win. Rick gives practical and biblical based steps we can take … Continue reading Book Review – Real Love In An Angry World.
I can't help but to stop and think what brought the people to live in these forgotten places. What was life like? What made it so hard that no one lives there anymore? Why did they move to another place? At times it may seem like our lives are those forgotten places. Things going on that … Continue reading Five Minute Friday-Place
One thing the spies found out from Rahab was fear of the Hebrews had gripped the whole city. It was over the stories they had heard about what God had done for the Hebrews. Everyone was afraid except for her. Those stories had led her to a faith in the God of the Hebrews. She … Continue reading The Heart Knows
Joshua sent two spies to Jericho as the Children of Israel were preparing to cross over the river Jordan and enter the Promise Land. When they entered into the city of Jericho they went to the house of Rahab which was in the north end of the wall that surrounded the city. We know that … Continue reading Rahab’s House