God draws us to Him. That drawing requires a response.
You are never too old to live a dream.
Seeing is believing -- a maxim tried and true for most situations. Yet, Jesus upbraided the disciple who failed to believe until his eyes had seen his resurrected Savior. Thomas, because thou hast seen me, thou hast believed: blessed are they that have not seen, and yet have believed, John 20:29. Jesus pointed to a… Continue reading These things I have seen, and I know
Isn't that the question of the day -- when all that we knew and considered routine a few months ago is now being upended? Fear of getting and sharing an illness we had never heard of this time last year is now causing our very world to be paused, and we honestly do not know… Continue reading Which Way Is Up?
WHATEVER life appears to have thrown at you, turn your face toward Jesus, put your situation and yourself in His hands, and seek Him with all your heart. You will not believe what He will bring out of your troubles and put into your life once you lock on to Him and refuse to let… Continue reading WHATEVER
What does denying Jesus look like? How does it sound? We who are striving to serve the Lord Jesus Christ in the power of the Holy Ghost are aware there is a time coming upon the earth (that has already begun in many places) when believers will have to choose to deny the Lord or… Continue reading Denying Jesus
Whether in the whisper of need or the shout of victory, the name of Jesus is above every name!
Can the truth die? Just go away forever? We know, of course, that the truth cannot die. Truth will live on for eternity, because truth is of God, Who said, “I am the way, the truth, and the life,” John 14:6. One of His disciples said, "ye know…that no lie is of the truth,” 1… Continue reading Death of Truth?
Are you wrong? No? Are you sure? Is there a chance you could be in the wrong in some area of your life? Why would any writer start an article by asking such questions? Are we trying to lose readers here? Being told we are wrong can cut us to the very heart. We have a nature that… Continue reading The Right Way to Be Wrong