I love winter. I revel in the stillness and find solace in the quiet. All of life seems to slow done, except maybe during the Christmas holidays where it can get pretty crazy in everyone’s house. But even then, there is a return to simplicity, joy and rest. A season of anticipation, a gathering of
Father. Son. Holy Spirit. Three in One. God is One. Father and Son. Not employer and employee. Not teacher and student. Not president, or prime minister, or dictator. But Father and Son! So profound that the Godhead is identified as Father, Son, and Holy Spirit. A truth we rarely even notice. Holy Spirit is Comforter, Counselor,
It’s been said, music is the universal language. I don’t know who coined the phrase, but it appears to carry a lot of truth! Artists can travel around the world singing to those who don’t speak their language and still be just as powerful as they are in their native land. Why? Because song has power!
“My God’s not dead, He’s surely alive. He’s living on the inside roaring like a lion.” This was a song written by Daniel Bashta made popular by David Crowder Band and Newsboys. A song of revival and spiritual revolution. When I think about all the revolutions in the earth and our country, they started with a
God is returning community to ministry. The way it began in the book of Acts in the Bible. Actually, in Genesis. If you look at it, God always began with an individual or a family; Abraham, Noah. A community of people or person who loved and served Him. With these, He would change the world!
I have always been astounded at what is important to God. That’s why I hate religion! And I believe that’s why Jesus hated religion too. It was because of how unlike God religion was in Jesus’ day. Always has been and still is today!
I’ve done some stupid things in my life. Some I laugh at and some, I don’t realize just how stupid until I am living in the regret of what I did later in life and it is quite painful. You see, the biblical truth of “you reap what you sow” is a natural law as
One of my favorite stories in the Bible is in Luke 18. It is a beautiful picture of how God sees things. A beautiful picture of His heart of mercy and a stark reminder that without it, we are all sunk!
Could this whole thing be about love? I mean, could a Divine Father truly be longing for His children to the degree of death? Not a romantic idea of death, but an actual powerful event of deepest sacrifice and longing to ransom a son/daughter out of the clutches of an enemy bent on their destruction?