throughout the Bible We learn about forgiveness of sins, even nebuchadnezzar
Revelations 3: 1-3: Sometimes I sit in this same position, with unfinished work. My prayer for you is that God will see you as striving to complete your deeds. I know what it feels like to be found wanting in this area. Where I have started a work for Christ and not finished it because... Continue Reading →
John 13: 3-17: To be a good leader, not only do you need to be willing to serve, but you must be willing to be served. John 13:3-17: is the story of Jesus washing the disciples feet. It is a perfect example of Servant-Leadership.
Hebrews 12: 22-24: To those of you like me, suffer from periodic periods of feeling down, hopeless; we need to remember this: We have come to Mount Zion. We are children of the King. Through Jesus we can tap into complete joy and peace. I know all this with my head, getting it to my... Continue Reading →
Psalm 16: 5-8: Life can be extremely hard. Get up go to work, come home do more work. Work two jobs. When do I have time to be in your word, Lord? The truth is you must make time. This passage reminds us when we trust in the Lord, we will not be shaken. We... Continue Reading →
1 Peter 5b-6: Don’t be proud and cast your cares upon Jesus. These verses are warning us against even working closely with people who are proud. Recently I found myself caught up in a training program which promised to teach me how to be a better public speaker and writer. I did learn a few things. ... Continue Reading →
Matthew 6:5-14: The disciples asked Jesus how to pray. It is a question many still have today. The answer is not a long drawn out prayer. The answer is found in the Lord's prayer. It is actually just a few lines. We give up our praises acknowledging that God is in charge. We pray for... Continue Reading →
It has been a long week. But we all have long weeks. Sometimes it feels as if every week is long. Over the past few years, I have learned it is more important that we don't neglect our relationships just because we are busy. Not just our relationships with our immediate family, but during those... Continue Reading →