On the day* after Jesus’ last Sabbath celebration with His disciples, He entered the home of Lazarus (the one Jesus raised from the dead), Mary and Martha. Their home was in Bethany. There, they served Him supper. Mary took a pound of Spikenard ointment, a very costly item and anointed the feet of Jesus. She… [Read More]
I am fanning the flame of “loving scripture” into a firestorm! Falling in love with His Word – again. Almost a new consecration. Not out of rules or have-to’s… But out of want-to. All through the Old and the New…the thread of redemption, the red cord of Hope is woven… Jesus our Messiah. The Rose… [Read More]
Psalm 42.1-2 My soul thirsts for God, for the Living God. When shall I come and appear before Him? One of my favorite worship songs is “As the Deer Pants for the Water Brook” Are you thirsty? Only Jesus gives Living Water! The wonderful Lenten Season story of Malchus is available FREE this week at… [Read More]
Revelation 3.20 Behold! I stand at the door and knock. If anyone hears My voice and opens the door, I will come in to him and eat with him, and he with me. THE GREAT INVITATION! RSVP Required!
The greatest love story of all! John 15.13 For God so LOVED the world, He gave His only beloved Son, that whoever believes in Him and receives Him in their sincere heart will have everlasting life. John 3.16 Have a blessed and beautiful Valentine’s Day Nothing could be more beautiful than celebrating and worshiping our… [Read More]
I hope this SONday, a day of rest, finds you content. There is much to be gained as we stop striving and begin “contenting” in Christ! xo
Psalm 137.1-4 During the time of Israel’s captivity, a prophet named Jeremiah, was in Jerusalem and he wrote a letter to the elders, the priests, the prophets, and all the people whom Nebuchadnezzar had carried away to Babylon (Jeremiah 29.1-3). Scripture tells us (just about) everyone was gone from Jerusalem. The situation was bleak. But,… [Read More]
Encouragement | Hope | Women | Living To… Ecclesiastes 3.1-8 (ESV) Around here it is a time of quiet and soul breathing on this snowbound SONday. Churches are closed. Cars are parked. Roads are empty. Rivers are ice bound and slow. A time for worship. Blessings. xo Around here it is a time of quiet… [Read More]