Tag Archives: God’s faithfulness
I like it when life is neat and tidy and when things go as planned. I like it when love is real and friends are faithful and God is blessing in amazing ways. I like it when people are nice and sin isn’t derailing me […]
When was the last time that you experienced a great unfulfilled desire? Maybe you had a particular desire to get pregnant, obtain a particular job, move to a particular state, make a particular amount of money, live without a particular physical pain, or marry a […]
I love refreshing seasons with the Lord when He transforms and changes us in surprising ways with His truth. I am in one of those seasons now. The Lord has been reminding me of the beginning of my relationship with Him when I knew I […]
Last week, I traveled to Atlanta to meet with Wisdom Hunters, an organization I write for each week, to discuss their 2017 publishing plan. My day started out great. I got to my gate without a problem; I enjoyed chatting with the lady next to […]
Our Border Collie, Dixie, likes to play hide and seek. You can hide anywhere in the house and say (sometimes in a whisper), “Come find me.” In a split second, you can hear Dixie’s little feet clicking down the hallway or up the stairs as […]
For most of my adult life I ate standing over the kitchen sink. I slept alone, cuddled up with a heating pad when I was cold, and prayed when I needed someone with a truck. But on September 6th last year, all that changed when I finally […]
Have you noticed life has seasons? During the first ten years of my walk with the Christ, He went to work to heal my heart. I felt unwanted, unloved, unforgiveable, desperate, and I battled a huge spirit of rejection. I didn’t like myself; I was […]
I belong to a fantastic small group which meets each Tuesday morning. The women in our little gathering share their lives, prayers, and thoughts about our weekly Bible study. Our current teacher is excellent and the content is biblically based, but I have to admit that I […]
In his book Disappointment with God, Philip Yancey writes about a friend named Douglas who experienced deep disappointment. Douglas’s wife contracted breast cancer. While in the middle of this crisis, a drunk driver swerved across the center line and smashed head-on into Douglas’s car, and […]
If you are experiencing a crisis or a crisis of faith, I hope the following 12 Thoughts will encourage you to look up and keep pressing on. 1) The transformation of the human heart happens in stages as God moves us from self-dependence to God […]
Some people believe God set the world in motion, then stepped back just to watch it spin without intervening in the lives of men. A simple search for the phrase, “But God” in Scripture shows otherwise. According to Khouse.org, the exact phrase “but God” is used […]
I think most of us have memories we look back on that we are not proud of . . . things we did that were less than kind. I have one of those from my elementary school years. When I was six or seven, my […]
I once spoke with a man who said, “I did everything I could in the twenty-one years I was married to be a good Christian husband and father. I attended men’s Bible studies. I went to church. I learned about parenting. I loved my wife. […]
The moments I sense God’s presence often come in unexpected ways but the time I most often hear His still, small voice (1 Kings 19:12; John 10:27) is when I am face down on the floor at home. There is something about pulling away from […]
One of my coworkers sent me a true story of a Romanian prisoner who sued God and pinned injustice on Him. As I read it, I didn’t know whether to laugh or cry, but I was certainly struck by its irony. “God received different material […]
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