Reading about the life of Jesus you see that he healed the lame, the blind, the deaf and raised the dead… John 12:37 But though he had done so many … Continue reading Are you a Liar?
A few years ago I was in the kitchen cooking, preparing supper for 10 people when I heard an exclamation from my young grandson saying, “Oh NO, I spilled my … Continue reading I’m sorry
People make the mistake of trying to interpret the Bible to say what they want it to say, and there are a lot of ways to screw the scriptures around … Continue reading It’s not easy, but you have to do it!
I grew up trying to please everyone around me, when it didn’t happen I always thought there had to be something wrong with me. If I could take back all … Continue reading Perfect…like me?
Nothing feels worse than being betrayed by someone you love or a dear friend. To trust someone and find out that you have been “used” is, what I would have … Continue reading When a friend forsakes you…
In Matthew chapter 6 we see Jesus instructing his disciples on the proper way to pray. He tells them, “For your Father knows the things you have need of before … Continue reading Time to pray, are you ready?
When you’ve done all you can for someone and you don’t stand to gain anything material from it you have to be satisfied with just the knowledge that you did … Continue reading I live because He lives
I’ve heard, and used a phrase I decided to look up to find the full meaning it’s 20-20 Hindsight. The meaning is the perfect understanding of an event after it … Continue reading Hind site, what does it mean anyway?
“If I have wounded any soul today, If I have caused one foot to go astray, If I have walked in my own willful way, dear Lord forgive. Forgive the sins … Continue reading The Prayer
How do you start your prayers? Do you stand/kneel/sit before God and use the same words to tell Him you are ready to give Him your wish list? I heard … Continue reading How do you pray?
Love and care are, or should be reciprocal; it is with God for sure. He gave us the command that we should love one another as we love our own … Continue reading Oh how much He cares for me
“To throw (someone) under the bus” is an idiomatic phrase in American English meaning to sacrifice a friend or ally for selfish reasons. It is typically used to describe a self-defensive disavowal and … Continue reading On doing unto others….