Daily Thought

Trusting God during trials has everything to do with who we believe He is to us, and who we believe we are to Him.



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February 27, 2015

I don’t know about you, but I sometimes wish I could hear a biblical conference message and get the speaker resources without having to travel–especially if my finances or time are limited. There are also groups who would occasionally like me to come and speak […]

February 27, 2015

I’ve had an adventurous life. Among other things, I’ve dangled from a cliff in England and I’ve sailed near Venice. I’ve visited castles in Europe and the church where Maria von Trapp married in the Sound of Music. I’ve lived in England and in Germany; […]

February 26, 2015

I’ve spent a lot of time in-between endings and new beginnings. I have transitioned from the old to the new when I moved from Idaho to England, and from England back to Idaho. Then, I transitioned from Idaho to Germany; Germany to Texas; Texas to […]

February 25, 2015

One of my good friends often says, “Never put a period where God puts a comma.” It’s her way of reminding herself to stay flexible to God’s rule and to submit to His sovereignty over her life. This can be especially difficult when we’ve got […]

February 23, 2015

Because life can be so busy, there are days when I want to take a vacation from my cell phone, e-mail, and all the other technology that sometimes feels like it controls our daily lives. But the great news is that no matter how complicated […]

February 20, 2015

In our culture, everyone wants to win. Political candidates want to win. Soccer teams want to win. School clubs want to win. The good news is that God wants us to win in our spiritual walk, too. He wants us to be overcomers in difficult […]

February 20, 2015

Have you ever doubted God’s love for you and His willingness to heal your heart? When I was in college, I visited my home church in southern Idaho to speak with my pastor. I was having a crisis of faith; I doubted God wanted to […]

February 19, 2015

A couple years ago, I visited my family in Idaho for Christmas. Two days before I was scheduled to board a flight to head back to my home in Georgia, I received a call from a friend. During our conversation he asked, “Is there anything […]

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