Isaiah 9.6-7 Isaiah’s Prophecy Prince of PEACE! Celebrating Advent on Quietude
Advent: noun; the arrival of a notable person, thing, or event. The whole Christian world is in the midst of celebrating the Advent of Jesus Christ, born two thousand years ago in Bethlehem, Israel, in a manger. A holy and important celebration. One to pause for. A season to savor and behold. For four hundred years before… [Read More]
I have been a reading machine of late. It always seems my reading goes in spurts. I have several books in the pile, which have been furnished to me by Faith Words and several I read, just because. Let’s begin. Jacob’s Bell by John Snyder I loved this book and read it over a rainy weekend…. [Read More]
Kate said, “DEEP.” Deep. What a word. Deep, even!!! Okay. One word. Five Minutes. Essay on DEEP. (I’m thinking as I ramble-type.) Jesus on the way to Samaria – remember He needed to go there. That’s what the NKJV said. He met one of my most favorite characters in The Word. Samantha from Samaria. A Samaritan…. [Read More]
Kate said, “Value.” That’s a loaded word. VALUE. What is considered to have great value in today’s culture? Wealth? Fame? Position? Power? There is nothing wrong with having money as long as money doesn’t “have” you. There is nothing wrong with being famous as long as it’s for something of benefit and kindness. There is… [Read More]
From our home to yours. Have a blessed and grateful Thanksgiving holiday.
Quotes from Dietrich Bonhoeffer will be featured here during the month of November. Read about Brother Bonhoeffer here. The quiet hour of prayer is one of the most favorable opportunities He has in which to speak to us seriously. In quietude and solitude before the face of God our souls can hear better than at… [Read More]
Kate said, “One.” Entering the room singing…\o/ One door and only one and yet its sides are two I’m on the inside – on which side are you? That is an old Sonday School chorus we used to sing in the 1950’s. My grandpa was SS superintendent and led the opening before everyone went to… [Read More]