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

Topical Bible Reading for September

For our September topical Bible-Reading, I decided to focus on the Prayers from the Bible. As with the others, you have permission to print this out and use for your daily Bible Reading.  . 1. Philippians 1:2–6. Apostle Paul prays … Continued

Through the Valley

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     In a Christian’s spiritual walk, it is not unusual to go through a dark valley now and then. In fact, we need to as part of our growth. Whether this valley is grief, discouragement, illness, or some tragedy, … Continued

Let’s Walk for Spiritual Health

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“Come walk with me, my child.” The quiet whisper in my spirit led me to put on my shoes and open the door. But Lord, it’s raining. “So? Use your umbrella.” So I went, and delighted again in the majestic … Continued

Transformation

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God wants to forgive and transform his rebellious children. Following is the fourth and last part of the parable, “The Runaway,” which is segment # 7 of Rescued by Mercy by Judith Vander Wege) When Lu Ann visited her daughter in the treatment center three weeks later, … Continued

How I Was Rescued By Mercy (Segment #1)

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  “This is a people robbed and plundered, trapped in holes with none to rescue…” (Isa. 42;22) This Bible Verse gripped my heart because I felt “robbed and plundered.” Although I’d been a Christian since the age of nine and … Continued

Patches of Fog

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  Welcome to my first blog post on my newly revised website. I’ve been  experiencing computer trials lately. It almost seemed an unseen enemy was trying to prevent any progress on my website or emails or any writing. Thanks to … Continued