When I put the books of the Bible in one place, I decided to do the same with a few of my other passions. During my early days of writing here, I spent a majority of my time on writing post after post on the names of God. I plan to go back and finish... Continue Reading →
In a recent post I added the links to all the other books of the Bible posts I've written so far and I realized(after hitting publish!) that the post was way too link-heavy! (I took off those links later!!!) There were probably upward of twenty links in that post. I assure you I have no... Continue Reading →
So , why in the midst of what is going on in this world, am I bringing up Jehovah Rapha? Because He is our Healer. The Great Mender. The One who makes us whole. The One who makes all things new. He takes the old and turns it around. He loves us where we are, but loves us too much to leave us the way we are. He has plans for us, plans to prosper us and not to harm us, plans to give us a hope and future.
Worship: More than a song. Click on the link and read a great post by Kristen. I want to say that this is a guest post, in that I sought out Kirsten and asked her to write for me , but actually I dint. Her post showed up as a related search to something else... Continue Reading →
We've all been told to pray. For ourselves and for others. We know Jesus prayed. Sometimes alone. Sometimes through the night. He prayed before He started anything and always Jesus prayed to His Father. But what does that mean? Where do we start? Especially if we did not grow up in the church. My aunt... Continue Reading →
A friend and a sister ( in more ways than one) Vanessa A Harris., asked me to contribute a post for her newsletter awhile ago. While I can't post or link directly to that article, I have her permission to post my original. If you want to connect with her or receive her newsletters head... Continue Reading →
I wrote about the first 6 chapters of Luke awhile ago. The last few weeks have been a whirlwind of events and catching up. I attended my brother's reception out of town ( my husband stayed home with our children and did fantastic!), I came back and had volunteered to teach in a VBS so my... Continue Reading →
Finally, the shepherd cares for the sheep because he loves them and wants to maintain his own good reputation as a faithful shepherd. As we’ve seen in Psalm 23, the analogy of the Lord as the Good Shepherd was also applied by Jesus in John chapter 10. In declaring that He is the shepherd of the sheep, Jesus is confirming that He is God. The Eternal God is our Shepherd. And we would not want it any other way.