Here, in the United States, families all over the nation will be gathering together on Thursday, November 28th, settling down to huge feasts of roasted turkey, gravy, dressing, cranberry sauce, sweet potatoes, and corn pudding. It's a day of feasting, of American football, and of course, a day to express our THANKS and GRATITUDE to … Continue reading Happy Thanksgiving!
Tonight, a dear sister in Christ was asking a question that I think many of us, as followers of Jesus Christ, have asked ourselves. Is Saturday or Sunday the Sabbath and are Christians required to Keep the Sabbath? While detailing my own journey of understanding on the Sabbath, the Holy Spirit revealed something to me … Continue reading Jesus is Lord of the Sabbath
When I first began to read the Bible, I wondered why it is that all of those amazing, Miraculous SUPERNATURAL events took place "during Biblical times", but in today's world, God seems kind of silent. I wondered why it is that God raised up "larger than life" Prophets like Moses, Elijah, John the Baptist, and … Continue reading God breaks the silence
In these last days, we are living in a world where civility and decency have been discarded like yesterday's trash. When movies that glorify the hunting down and killing of political opponents for sport are being produced and celebrated, well, I can only say I would never have imagined our world could degrade so far. … Continue reading The pearl of Greatest price
You may have heard Christians using the phrase "I'm a born again Christian", and you may be wondering what in the world does that mean? You aren't alone. A Jewish Pharisee named Nicodemus visited Jesus secretly, at night, to ask Him this very question. You see, Nicodemus had to visit Jesus in secret because the … Continue reading What does it mean to be “born again”?
A dear sister in Christ asked for prayer today because she felt "lost, hopeless, and abandoned." She went on to explain that she has been totally in love with Jesus, spending a lot of time in prayer, praise and worship, but her OCD (obsessive/compulsive disorder) "kicked in" and her intrusive thoughts went from questioning herself … Continue reading Do you feel abandoned by God?
Mother's are a special blessing from the Lord and together with the father (also a special blessing), make up the backbone of the family. God is all about family because that's why He's been so patient and long-suffering for 6000 years, as He's been building HIS eternal family! Genesis 3:20 says, “The man called his wife’s … Continue reading Happy Mother’s Day
I saw this short video 12 minute video titled "The God who sees" and fell in love with it. If you ever find yourself in one of those "desert" places in life, you're not alone. There are many people in the Bible who have found themselves exactly in those places, those dry, desert places, where … Continue reading The God who sees
What is the Kingdom of God? We see this phrase "Kingdom of God" used throughout the Gospels and in other places in the New Testament. King and Kingdom can sometimes be used interchangeably. For instance, in the Gospels we see the Kingdom of God used interchangeably with the Kingdom of Heaven. What we understand then … Continue reading Kingdom of God
Nehemiah, Cupbearer to King Artaxerxes, returned to Jerusalem with the King's decree to repair Jerusalem's walls and gates which had remained in disrepair and ruin since the time of the Babylonian exile. Although the Temple had been rebuilt, the unwalled city of Jerusalem was not safe because of the hostility of Israel's neighbors. Particularly interesting … Continue reading Nehemiah’s Gates