Not long ago I wrote about the coronavirus. I thought I'd written enough. But a few days later I realized I wasn't done. I had this feeling there was more to be said. So I prayed, "what else should I write about this Lord?" The next morning I got up and started making breakfast. As … Continue reading Quarantine: COVID-19 and The Time of Testing
"The righteous cry out, and the Lord hears them; he delivers the from all their troubles. The Lord is close to the brokenhearted." Psalm 34:17,18. You may or may not be familiar with these verses, but as you read them, the meaning is clear- God listens to us- he hears us- he delivers us- he … Continue reading God Keeps His Promises
I hope you are enjoying the beautiful season of lights, songs and overall joy in the air. It's the time of year when find yourself decorating, baking, eating and dancing to Christmas carols. Some of us have Christmas traditions we've followed that were passed down through generations. Others may have created new ones that will … Continue reading Jesus and Christmas: The Things You Never Knew
I have a feeling most of you reading this blog know a lot about the Titanic tragedy. It happened over 103 years ago, yet it still intrigues people. I watched the movie Titanic over and over when it came out in 1997. The story of Rose and Jack was more than enough to pull you in. … Continue reading A Greater Love
Do you ever look back on your life and wonder, "Where have I been going all this time?" Do you ever look back at the years you spent trying to figure out what your purpose is, only to realize you have no idea if you are in the right place? I used to do that a lot. I'd … Continue reading Where Am I Going?
So what exactly is a revelation? Many people think of the book of Revelation from the Bible when they hear this word. In this case it can be associated with end times theology, or an apocalyptic word. But really the word revelation doesn't mean "end of the world" or apocalypse. What is really means … Continue reading Revelations