Please, dear God, empower all that is good in my life.

O God, whom I praise, do not remain silent, for wicked and deceitful men have opened their mouths against me; they have spoken against me with lying tongues. (Psalm 109:1-2) Satan has a way of discouraging us by using unscrupulous and evil people to spread lies and false rumors about us. This often occurs when … Continue reading Please, dear God, empower all that is good in my life.

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Men Chosen – Fallen Angels Rejected.

“Verily He took not on Him the nature of angels; but He took on Him the seed of Abraham.” (Hebrews 2:16) THE Almighty God, who dwelt alone, was pleased to manifest Himself by created works which should display His wisdom and His power. When He set about the mighty work of creation He determined in … Continue reading Men Chosen – Fallen Angels Rejected.

Seeing the Invisible

Bible Reading: 2 Corinthians 4:16-5:8; Joshua 5:13-6:10 “…for we walk by faith, not by sight [living our lives in a manner consistent with our confident belief in God’s promises]” [2 Corinthians 5:7 Amplified Bible]. “Now faith is the substance of things hoped for, the evidence of things not seen” [Hebrews 11:1] Paul is writing about … Continue reading Seeing the Invisible

Shalom

We know that the world’s original harmony was wrecked by sin. Like a Molotov cocktail thrown into a backyard garden, sin exploded the world that God had made, fracturing and dividing it. Instead of wholeness, brokenness; instead of health, illness; instead of friendship with God, alienation; instead of peace, strife. Because we live in this … Continue reading Shalom

Wrestling With God

Whosoever Will, May Come

For three days I wasn’t able to post anything because I had accidentally deleted this blog. I meant to delete an old, neglected blog, but for some reason this blog got deleted instead. If you click on that big ? encased in a blue circle on the bottom right of your screen, it will take you to the help section. You will see others asking how do they get their blog restored. The answer is you only can if you contact WordPress within 30 days and tell them it was a mistake. I thought about starting a new blog from scratch, but that means losing my followers. So I sent emails to WordPress support. It took 2 days for them to restore this blog.

During those 2 days I did a lot of reflecting. I thought about prayer and my own praying. Was I seeing answers? Was my heart right?…

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