A Leap of Faith

Over the past few months, I have been having a hard time hearing God. When this happens I feel as if I am without direction.  I feel empty.  It is my own fault, I have not been reading the word as I should.  I have not been sitting in quiet meditation waiting to hear God's... Continue Reading →

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God has your back !

Psalms 25: 2-3: 2 I trust in you; do not let me be put to shame, nor let my enemies triumph over me. 3 No one who hopes in you will ever be put to shame, but shame will come on those  who are treacherous without cause.  As I was reading this passage, the first thing I thought was wowo God has my... Continue Reading →

PSALMS 23 Your Name Here

This is probably one of the most quoted chapters in the Bible.  Indeed it is probably quoted so much that perhaps we stop paying attention to the actual words.  I mean if you repeat the 23rd Psalms every day and can say it word for word in whatever version of the Bible you read, although... Continue Reading →


Joshua 9:1 Tells us to be strong and to be COURAGEOUS in the Lord.  (my paraphrase)   recently, I was thinking of a time when I was struggling with fear and doubt.  Afraid to do with what God was calling me to do, which was stay the course.  I was thinking about our financial goals... Continue Reading →


Deuteronomy 15: 4-11:  I heard a commercial recently it stated that the average age of a homeless person in the United States is 9 years old.  This is sad. If you Google the statistics "homeless in the United States"  you will find that information confusing, the average statistic from groups that run homeless shelters state... Continue Reading →

Who doesn’t love a sale?

I know that is an odd question for a blog that is about Jesus and His love for us.  An odd question for a blog that is about sharing the Love Jesus has for us with others.  I mean this love is not for sale.  We can not buy our way into heaven with gold,... Continue Reading →

Taking care for the needy starts at home

1 Timothy 5:3-10:  Originally the church was taking care of all it's widows, then Paul saw the burden, just as Peter had when he appointed Stephen and others as Deacons to provide care for the members of the church (Acts 6).  Instead of appointing deacons, a job he left to Timothy, he defines an order... Continue Reading →

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