Christmas Preparations Include Naps (2)

Article from Dec. 2017–reprinted Dec. 20, 2018 Naps seem to be a most important part of my Christmas preparations. I do love Christmas. I love knowing that when the time was right, the Son of the eternal God became a … Continued

The Wonderful Plan #46

#46 for December 11, 2018 Isaiah 51 is written to “those who pursue righteousness” (v.1). We can imagine what joy and hope these verses brought to the exiles who believed Isaiah and trusted God. This gave me hope, also. If … Continued

Is God in Charge or Not? #35

#35 for November 1 Is God powerful enough to be in charge of our lives? Is he wise enough to direct our steps? Many of us can relate to the Israelites when they were captives in Babylon. They certainly must have … Continued

November Bible-Reading Plan

Here is the November Topical Bible-Reading Plan. Feel free to print it out and use it with your daily devotions. Thanks: “O give thanks to the LORD, for he is good,” Psalm 107:1 1. Psalm 7:17, Romans 1:8, 2. Ephesians … Continued

Now I Can Soar #33

#33 Blog for October 25 Through his messages of mercy, God brought me back into his heart three decades ago. Isaiah 40:1-2 speaks to people who have lost hope, as I had. “Comfort, comfort my people,— warfare is ended, her iniquity … Continued

Trust: an ongoing lifestyle #32

Post #32 in series for October 23, 2018 King Hezekiah, the Bible character in my last blog, had been a godly man and good leader. His faithfulness in trusting God had secured continued life for the nation of Judah. He … Continued

Trust God— He’ll Come Through #31

#31 for October 18, 2018 Isaiah 36-37 How do you respond to trouble and threats? Let me tell you about one of my favorite Bible characters: King Hezekiah. Isaiah preached in Judah during the reigns of King Hezekiah, his father, … Continued