The battle for my soul turned on the issue of ownership and now my daily cross confronts the same: Who owns me? Is it Jesus or have I enthroned another?
Posted Jun. 18,2018 by | 4 Comments
This is the bottom line of every exchange with the Lord: Who owns me? Do I belong to Jesus in reality or by mere verbal declaration? Either way, I am owned!
Posted Jun. 14,2018 by | 2 Comments
I can easily conceive of my desire to know God, but to comprehend that I am known and seen by Him? Wow, the Lord sees me whether anyone else sees me or not.
Posted Apr. 16,2018 by | 6 Comments
Most of my questions of God are "Why?" Like, “Why did You allow this suffering?” My questions reveal my values: comfort and safety. But what does God value?
Posted Mar. 19,2018 by | 4 Comments
In a world where God is regularly displaced, we can witness a living principle: the position we allocate for God becomes our own living position.
Posted Mar. 12,2018 by | 2 Comments
Why didn’t God keep that man from pulling the trigger rather than allowing the man to pull the trigger and then watch over him and bringing about some kind of judgment?
Posted Feb. 22,2018 by | 0 Comments
The enemy isn’t given free rein to ravage me. My enemies are only allowed to devour my flesh; they can’t claim my spirit.
Posted Feb. 8,2018 by | 13 Comments
I want to share with you a story of grace. I believe the story of Chris McCandless was a story of grace. Grace has a purpose and that purpose is the bringing of us into a greater, fuller knowledge of God.
Posted Jan. 29,2018 by | 12 Comments
There is more to gratitude than just saying the words "thank you." A great deal more!
Posted Nov. 23,2017 by | 10 Comments
When I’m driving the stagecoach of my life by my will there are negative effects. So how do I live a life that is expedient and profitable?
Posted Oct. 26,2017 by | 4 Comments
Though we might not wish to believe in the wrath and judgment of God or in His sovereign use of destruction, it is real nonetheless.
Posted Sep. 28,2017 by | 7 Comments
Our wounds, bitterness and offenses can change our identity and personality. Our wounded hearts can make us something other than who we were created to be.
Posted Sep. 25,2017 by | 2 Comments