Trust Our Sovereign Creator #28

#28 for Oct 9 God has the right to expect obedience. After all, He created the entire universe. Yet so many simply ignore God, or blatantly disobey him. Sin constantly frustrates God’s plan for this earth, yet He continues to … Continued

Rebellion Against Love (#6)

  July 17th.  Blog #5 told about my repentance, thirst for scriptures, and new appreciation for Father God. Here is Blog post #6. Rebellion Against Love           Now that I was closer to my heavenly Father, I … Continued

Into the Slimy Pit (#3)

((#3 in series, How God Rescues Us From Our Messes) God is merciful, even through our trials. He tried to prevent me from falling into my messy pit. If I had trusted him better, perhaps I could have saved myself … Continued

How Does God Teach Trust (#2)

‘Rescued by Mercy’ is the category of seven blogs I posted in March and April. This is a follow up series about trusting God. The first ‘Trusting God’ blog, entitled “How does God teach his people to trust him” posted … Continued

A Parable to help us feel what God feels. (Segment #4 of Rescued by Mercy)

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     In this series, I’ve been talking about being rescued by God’s mercy. Isaiah, the Evangelical Prophet, made it clear that God feels broken-hearted when his children rebel against him. To bring this home more clearly for us, I wrote a fictional … Continued

Insights from Isaiah/A Heartbroken God, Segment #3 of Rescued by Mercy series

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After being “Rescued by Mercy,” I’ve wanted to help others know that God longs to restore us to fellowship with himself, to spiritual and emotional health. Last month, I began posting articles about God’s mercy (see March14 & March 21 in archives). In this … 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