We need saving. According to Hebrews 9:22, “Without the shedding of blood, there is no forgiveness of sins.” What in the world does that mean? If we dive into the Old Testament, we see God’s plan starting to unfold to send Jesus to atone for our sins. Every book of the OT is pointing us to… Continue reading
We are watching an unprecedented time in our life as people are filled with fear due to the recent spread of coronavirus. I️ see it in people’s eyes. Feel it in your voice. Sense it grip your being. This underlying emotion called fear has erupted in our nation due to the coronavirus. It has spread… Continue reading
Concerns about Coronovirus COVID-19 is running amok and the fear frenzy is starting to escalate. Face masks, gloves, and hand sanitizers fly off the shelf, and people prepare to isolate. With all of the hype, I️ have noticed one thing…FEAR IS HAVING A HEYDAY! If you find yourself in this place, or someone you know, please pass this post on to them.
I️ know…yes, I️ know…I️ hear you. It’s too early in the Lent season to talk about JOY. It needs to wait until the end. It is the goal. The end. The grand finale. When Jesus is raised from the grave it results in an inexpressible, exuberant, uncontainable JOY. YES, of course, it does (or at… Continue reading
ADVENT DAY 21: WHEN THEY SAW THE STAR
As the day is drawing to an end, my littlest guy (who is six) sits eyeing a Christmas card made by his reading buddy. It perfectly depicts the nativity scene with Jesus lying in a manger. This scene is to draw our hearts to worship, but unfortunately, my son started comparing this beautiful piece of… Continue reading
Day 10 – Waiting to go Home
Many of us feel at odds when we consider “What will happen when I die?” We don’t think longingly about heaven because we’re not intimate with Jesus right now. Instead of our future home bringing us comfort, it seems like a far-off land.