When I say I want to do something without engaging my choice to move on it, I deceive myself. We rule our choices and then our decisions rule us.
I can come to the table with a whole list of wants yet never choose. All my best intentions only paint an ideal rather than deliver results.
Psalm 91 says, The Lord is my Shepherd! He protects me and saves me from the deadly pestilence. In the midst of the Coronavirus pandemic, are we safe?
As I’ve watched the news seeing the evidence of mass panic hitting the US over the Coronavirus, I've been tempted to enter into the fears but have an answer.
On the Mount of Transfiguration was a face to face with the Living Word. Both the Law and the prophets came together with their total fulfillment in Christ.
While the rich and occupied couldn’t be bothered by the invitation to the wedding feast, the people on highways and byways in Walmart had a resounding YES!
Having passion is different than having strong emotion. Godly passion is focus and direction, whether emotions are involved or not.
Not listening always leads to death and devastation—always! To tell God “what is” rather than listening to Him to hear what is, is simply pride.
When Adam and Eve fell, they fell with all of humanity inside of them. We, every one of us, as a collective, were IN our parents Adam and Eve as their seed.
We admire our post-Fall looks as being truly beautiful but I would like to show how our current beauty is more like the appearance of the spawning salmon.
All grounds of dealing with the Lord, both positive and negative, are holy ground unto the Lord because our Lord places that much worth on our choice.
I can spray lots of perfume on a stinky person and make them smell nicer, but there is no fragrance that can cover the flesh.