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Please Love Me

Dear Friends, since God loved us as much as that, we surely ought to love each other too. For though we have never yet seen God, when we love each other God lives in us and His love within us grows ever stronger. 1 John 4:11,12 tlb My Dear Sister, I love you. Don’t ask Continue Reading…

Seeing Jesus

Matthew 16:16 John 20:29 “Don’t bother to tell me about your Christ. I know Him. I’ve seen Him. You’ve shown Him to me. “He is a Christ who lingers in the church building on Sunday long after the lights are turned out and everyone has gone home or to the pizza parlor. “He is a Continue Reading…

The Bedrock

O God, my heart is quiet and confident. No wonder I can sing Your praises! Rouse yourself, my soul! Arise, O harp and lyre! Let us greet the dawn with song! I will thank You publicly throughout the land. I will sing Your praises among the nations. Your kindness and love are as vast as Continue Reading…

What Is God Saying to You?

Luke 15 Are you familiar with Luke chapter 15? The lost sheep. The lost coin. The prodigal son and his father . . . . You’ve no doubt heard many sermons on these passages (with as many different interpretations and lessons!). Voices of authority have influenced you–books, teachers, ministers–and perhaps your own studies have led Continue Reading…

Sweet and Sour Chicken

Betty, my sis, is a gourmet cook. As I look back on our growing-up days, I can see that I was much more willing to dust and mop and clean out drawers than to spend time in the kitchen. Maybe that’s why she’s a gourmet cook and I’m still dusting and mopping and cleaning out Continue Reading…

Teach Me, Lord

Timothy, my beloved son, remember that . . . All scripture is inspired by God and profitable for teaching, for reproof, for correction, for training in righteousness, that the man of God may be adequate, equipped for every good work (2 Timothy 3:16,17). Grace be with you, Paul Teaching. It informs me. It sorts out Continue Reading…

The Master’s Voice

Read John 10:4-5. Dad loved to fly fish, and it wasn’t necessary for him to have a friend along. He thrived on the solitude, the quietness, the beauty, the “swish” of the line from his reel, seeing how close he could put his fly to “that dark shadow under the tree across the river — Continue Reading…

The Dwelling Place of God

Before the New Covenant days, it was common knowledge as to where God lived: “in the temple down on the square.” He told the people very clearly that this would be His “house.” Then Christ came and walked the narrow streets of Jerusalem, climbed the hills of Israel, and went fishing on the Sea of Continue Reading…

His Love for Me

Not that we are adequate in ourselves to consider anything as coming from ourselves, but our adequacy is from God. II Corinthians 3:5 ..for in Him we live and move and exist … Acts 17:28 Jesus Christ is in my life . . . there is no other. The thought of spending a single day Continue Reading…

A New Definition of New

Jesus Christ is the same yesterday and today, yes and forever (Hebrews 13:8). “New” doesn’t always mean improved, does it? Corrie Ten Boom started a new life when she walked through the door of the concentration camp. Joni Eareckson Tada started a new life the moment her head hit that hidden rock at the bottom Continue Reading…

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