Talking With My Mouth Full: A Lesson on Proper Manners at the Thanksgiving Table

I will extol the Lord at all times; His praise will always be on my lips. Psalm 34:1 This Thanksgiving, my husband and four children will join a Texas-sized family to indulge in an equally large feast wreathed around an expansive table. Time to ramp up the good manners. Which calls to mind Milly the […]

Frustrating the Furious One.

Listen to my prayer, O God. …Confuse them, Lord, and frustrate their plans (the wicked), for I see violence and conflict in the city. Psalm 55:9 (NLT) Just recently, something has caused me a little angst. It’s a decision someone is considering, something that could prove harmful. Something that doesn’t align with what I believe to […]

Like A Broom In His Hands.

Your part in intercessory prayer is to …utilize the common-sense circumstances God puts you in, and the common-sense people He puts you amongst by His providence, to bring them before God’s throne and give the Spirit in you a chance to intercede for them. In this way God is going to sweep the whole world […]

The Man Who Whipped Out His Pen.

“Carry each other’s burdens, and in this way you will fulfill the law of Christ.” Galatians 6:2 After meeting with the man that afternoon, a video feed played its repetitive loop in my head. I wondered just what was it that stirred my soul when I shared an issue of concern? Why had I felt […]

Those Aren’t My Shoes.

Getting into the stride of God means nothing less than union with Himself…Don’t give in because the pain is bad just now…before long you will find you have a new vision and a new purpose. O. Chambers. ~I’ve worn shoes that (apparently) aren’t my style. And endured a classic “Mo-o-o-o-mm” followed by an adolescent eye […]

Page 29 of 37« First...1020...2728293031...Last »