Category: Jesus

Advent Day 23: Who is Jesus?

His name means Wonderful Counselor, Mighty God, Prince of Peace, and Everlasting Father. His name is Jesus.

Isaiah 9:1-7 “But there will be no gloom for her who was in anguish. In the former time he brought into contempt the land of Zebulun and the land of Naphtali, but in the latter time he has made glorious the way of the sea, the land beyond…

Advent Day 22: Why Were the Shepherds the First to Know?

There are many days that I feel extremely ordinary, or better said, unnoticed. I do my best when it comes to keeping my house neat and tidy, folding laundry, and toting my kiddos around. On an average night, my meals consist of mac &…

Day 7 Advent: Deck the Halls with JOY

Have you lost hope because of hardship? Are your prayers less than they should be? Have you forgotten about God in this very moment, as you scurry and worry about?

Day 21 – Are You Living Your Call?

Do you have any unfinished business? Have you lacked the resolve to carry it through?

How the Bible Proclaims Jesus

I recently attended the Austin Symphony‘s concert of Handel’s Messiah and was blown away by the reminder of the birth of our Lord and Savior strewn throughout the pages of Scripture over 2,000 years ago. Numerous writers. Various generations. Old Testament and New. One…

Have We Forgotten the Reason for the Season?

The holidays are in full stride, and I find myself needing a reminder…

Is Jesus your Super Hero?

This story is surprisingly simple, so simple that I wonder if we have a difficult time believing it to be true. The King of Kings born in a manger, coming to save mankind.

Thank God it’s Friday!

We often toss this quote around, referring to our longing for the upcoming weekend. But I thought it might actually be a nice gesture to actually do it…I mean, like ACTUALLY thank God it is Friday.

How to Make Time, Even When You’re Too Busy

Maybe, like me, you have wrestled to find a minute to yourself. Your kids have consumed your time. As a result, your moments with God have been scant and infrequent.

When You See the Headline: “4 Dead, 5 Children Life-Flighted to Hospital”…you know it’s gonna be a very bad day

I feel the Holy Spirit pointing out my downcast, complaining attitude when I don’t feel 100%. When I don’t get my way. When my kids don’t listen to me. When my fast food isn’t fast. When the driver ahead of me is an idiot. Oh Lord, forgive me please.

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