John

About John

Simply and succinctly I am looking for Him where He wants to reveal Himself. My attempt is not to hem Him in or dictate who He will be. I am on a quest like a child at an easter egg hunt to find Him everywhere He wishes to make Himself known. He has a voice and wishes to speak everyday! I have ears to listen.————— You can read my newest book "Where are You, God? We Seek the God Who Wants to be Found" Now available in Kindle. It is my earnest prayer that this booklet doesn’t leave you thinking of my experience but gives you deeper thought of your own.

Posts By John

Trying to control the uncontrollable. We have had one crisis after the next, all enticing us towards fear or fury, sometimes at the same time.
Posted Oct. 8,2020 by | 8 Comments
Forgiveness is a fact, but I have to position my heart within this reality. I choose to forgive what has already been forgiven.
Posted Oct. 5,2020 by | 4 Comments
If emotions run our ship we will not only be controlled by the ebb and flow of circumstance but we will miss the God of our moments.
Posted Oct. 1,2020 by | 2 Comments
Offenses are an invitation to be involved with God, not something to be avoided. I want to show you how I keep a forgiveness journal to mitigate offense?
Posted Sep. 28,2020 by | 13 Comments
I realized that I was becoming weighed down with the barrage of offenses. So how do we live in an offensive world, with ready access to many daily offenses?
Posted Sep. 24,2020 by | 12 Comments
Some destruction isn't in blatant unforgiveness, sometimes it's our temptation to feel hatred for those we deeply disagree with in the news.
Posted Sep. 21,2020 by | 10 Comments
After months struggling to overcome fear and disconcertion, I now see the silver lining and blessing of COVID and all the chaos.
Posted Sep. 17,2020 by | 10 Comments
The obstacles in our path are not hindrances, they literally are the way. I don’t get to sail through life without things that must be overcome.
Posted Sep. 14,2020 by | 8 Comments
An insistent pursuit is not a common position for even the average believer. Many slink towards God with hopes that He might possibly answer.
Posted Sep. 10,2020 by | 7 Comments
The centurion knew where his answer would be found and with great faith entreated Jesus for His Answer. Faith powers our insistence, not our desire or will or desperation.
Posted Sep. 7,2020 by | 3 Comments
Jesus commended the Canaanite woman for her faith ­– not her prayer, not her will, not her volume, but her faith. She connected faith to her desperation and shameless persistence and Jesus answered.
Posted Sep. 3,2020 by | 10 Comments
God likes our faith-filled insistence! But in reality, some of my pleading prayers feel more like a heavenly arm-twisting rather than relationship.
Posted Aug. 31,2020 by | 7 Comments