Jesus said, “I AM the way…”

“And your ears shall hear a word behind you saying, “This is the way, walk in it,” (Isaiah 30:21, NKJV). Recently, I drove to Minneapolis to visit my sister and her husband. I thought I knew the way, but I … Continued

Let’s Go and See the Baby

This song was formerly titled Christ is Born, but I found out another song is called that. So this is called Let’s Go and See the Baby. It’s a song about the reaction of the Shepherds to the news from … 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

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

Who is Jesus Christ to You?

To many he is just a man who lived 2000 years ago, who did and said many good things, then unfortunately was killed on a Roman Cross. To others, he is nothing at all—they don’t even think about him unless … Continued

Who’s Your First Love? #56

#56 for January 31 Have you ever felt like God was far away and didn’t care about you any more? I did. I felt abandoned. In chapter 63, Isaiah calls us back to our first love, into intimacy with the … 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

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

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