(Picture by Neven Krcmarek - Unsplash.com) Have you ever been caught in the trap of perfection? Maybe you got caught up trying to live up to what you thought someone wanted you to be? No matter how hard you tried to measure up to that you always seem to come up short. With God, we can … Continue reading Aim For The Moon…
From Psalm119:73-80 and again in Psalm139 we see God has His hands in creation. Is there a common symbol that we can see in creation that points to Him? The answer is yes, there is a symbol that points to God and the work Jesus did on the cross. Since both Psalms talk about how … Continue reading You Are My All
God desires to dwell with us. He had created man the perfect environment to live in and spend daily fellowship with Him. Man, however, chose to break the conditions of living in the garden and chose to live in a not perfect living area. Man lost dwelling in daily contact with God when he chose … Continue reading What’s In Your Heart?
As we start out in Psalm 119, I find it very fitting start with instructions to follow God's commands and precepts. The only way we can know His statutes are is by reading the Bible. He has given us the instruction manual to live life by. He has covered what is best for us to … Continue reading Walk In His Ways
When I started reading this book I was not expecting the sudden change that took place in the first two chapters. I'm sure that Katherine was not expecting it to happen either. That is why this book is so exciting to read. You are right there with her as her life is changed in one … Continue reading Book Review – where i end
Deborah was the only woman to hold the position as a judge over Israel. She was able to find fellowship with God through leadership. The key to her fellowship with God is found in Judges 5:31: "So may all your enemies perish, O Lord! But your friends be like the sun as he rises in his might.” The … Continue reading What Does The Sun Have To Do With Leadership?
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?
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
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