Easter Joy

Easter has always been my favorite holiday. What joy to know that Jesus rose from the dead! Because he lives, we too shall live forever in heaven with him! I’d like to share my favorite Easter song with you: “Christ … Continued

Why Does God Allow Pain?

Sometimes things happen in our lives that we don’t understand. We know God is all-powerful and all-loving, so why would he allow the death of a loved one, or of a marriage? Why would he allow a worldwide pandemic or … Continued

Martin Luther King, Jr. Led Nonviolent Protests

On this, Martin Luther King, Jr’s, birthday, we should remember this great man’s contribution to America. He led people in passive resistance for equal rights for black people. He believed nonviolence was the morally right way to protest. I think … Continued

Elections and Choices

At this moment, we don’t yet know the results of the Presidential election. They are still counting absentee ballots and doing recounts. Plus, there’s a question of possible fraud. Whichever candidate wins, we Americans will (hopefully) honor and respect the … Continued

Questions about Running the Race

In 2016, my devotional titled “Running the Race,” published in The Upper Room, prompted an interesting discussion. I am reprinting it here. A reader asked many questions to clarify what I believed. I answered: Thank you, Elias, for commenting on my … Continued

God Has Chosen You

In my last post, I talked about the fact that Christians are called to be saints. God chose us to be saved through sanctification and belief in the truth. (2 Thessalonians 2:13-14) The basic requirement is that we have accepted Jesus … Continued

Scriptures For A Caregiver

My writing coach advises me to post a blog every two weeks. Part of me says, “There’s so much good stuff to read, I can’t possibly read everything I want to read. So why should I add my stuff to … Continued

God Wants Relationships #55

Blog #55 for January 29, 2019 Back from the future in chapters 60-62 to the present in chapter 63, Isaiah talks about God as a warrior ready to defeat sin. Those who allow him to make them righteous will be … Continued

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