Saturday, May 31, 2014

The Emmaus Road Story

Since returning from my most recent Holy Land Discipleship Journey, this encounter right after the resurrection of our Lord and recorded in Luke's Gospel, chapter 24, has me spell-bound:

13 On the same day, two of Jesus’ disciples were going to a village called Emmaus. It was about seven miles from Jerusalem. 14 They were talking to each other about everything that had happened.
15 While they were talking, Jesus approached them and began walking with them.16 Although they saw him, they didn’t recognize him.
17 He asked them, “What are you discussing?”
They stopped and looked very sad. 18 One of them, Cleopas, replied, “Are you the only one in Jerusalem who doesn’t know what has happened recently?”
19 “What happened?” he asked.
They said to him, “We were discussing what happened to Jesus from Nazareth. He was a powerful prophet in what he did and said in the sight of God and all the people. 20 Our chief priests and rulers had him condemned to death and crucified.21 We were hoping that he was the one who would free Israel. What’s more, this is now the third day since everything happened. 22 Some of the women from our group startled us. They went to the tomb early this morning 23 and didn’t find his body. They told us that they had seen angels who said that he’s alive. 24 Some of our men went to the tomb and found it empty, as the women had said, but they didn’t see him.”
25 Then Jesus said to them, “How foolish you are! You’re so slow to believe everything the prophets said! 26 Didn’t the Messiah have to suffer these things and enter into his glory?” 27 Then he began with Moses’ Teachings and the Prophets to explain to them what was said about him throughout the Scriptures.
28 When they came near the village where they were going, Jesus acted as if he were going farther. 29 They urged him, “Stay with us! It’s getting late, and the day is almost over.” So he went to stay with them.
30 While he was at the table with them, he took bread and blessed it. He broke the bread and gave it to them. 31 Then their eyes were opened, and they recognized him. But he vanished from their sight.
32 They said to each other, “Weren’t we excited when he talked with us on the road and opened up the meaning of the Scriptures for us?”
33 That same hour they went back to Jerusalem. They found the eleven apostles and those who were with them gathered together. 34 They were saying, “The Lord has really come back to life and has appeared to Simon.”
35 Then the two disciples told what had happened on the road and how they had recognized Jesus when he broke the bread.


Friday, May 30, 2014

John 3:16

For God so loved the...
My God is so faithful and my name is...

Wednesday, May 28, 2014

Day 8 -- Holy Land Finale 11th Journey

What a splendid last day our Hearts Aflame Discipleship Journey proved to be. Here are some of the reasons why:

Our early morning time of devotion happened in Gethsemane. 

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Then to the Garden Tomb to celebrate the Only One Who proved to be The Resurrection and The Life -- Jesus!

(Pastor Drew David preached next to the Empty Tomb asking "What will it take for us to believe and to receive Eternal Hope?")

Next we journeyed to and through The Damascus Gate along the Via Dolorosa (The Way of Suffering) to The Church of The Holy Sepulchure -- The traditional site of The Death, Burial and Resurrection of our Lord.

Lunchtime was sandwiches with the new pastor of our Jerusalem Church of The Nazarene, Pastor Shahade. Steve and I met him in Jordan ten years ago and prayed he would be the pastor here one day. Prayers answered. Pastor Shahade shared his testimony and vision. Pray also for his wife Annabelle and their two young children. Humbling.

(Pastor Shahadi from Jerusalem shares.)

Next we went shopping along the Jerusalem market in The Christian Quarter. The Elias Photo Shop, my favorite, proved to be a favorite for others again this trip.

In the mid-afternoon we arrived at The Western Wall, then on to the Southern Steps of the Temple to celebrate the New Testament Pentecost.

(Steve, Drew, Billy and Tucker at The Western Wall.)

(Some of the ladies -- including one baby girl -- placed their bare feet on the ground where Jesus would have entered the Temple. Holy Ground.)

Our final stop was at The Church built over the House of Caiaphas, The high priest. It is the place Peter denied Christ three times. The Church is nicknamed The Rooster Church. We listened to Psalm 88 and remembered the suffering of our God Who Loves us so much that He gave His Son to be our Sacrifice for our sin.

(Our bus driver, Taleb and guide, Nabil are dear to my heart.)

We leave the hotel for the airport at 1 a.m. 


Tuesday, May 27, 2014

Day 7 -- Holy Land 11th Journey

What a wonderful day. Here are some of The Holy Land highlights in pictures for today, Tuesday, The Double Blessing Day.

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(The Valley of Elah where David killed Goliath, 1 Samuel 17.)

(Waiting to begin time of prayer and anointing based on Psalm 23 in The Shepherds' Fold in Bethlehem. Precious Sophia, age 2, in background. We also prayed a blessing over the three little children and their parents traveling with us.)

(Six of us had supper tonight at the home of our friend and Muslim bus driver, Taleb, on the Mount of Olives. Pictured above Grayson, Taleb, and Taleb's 24-year-old son, Ameer. Pictured below are Pastor Billy and Pastor Drew, Tucker and Steve.)

In addition to the highlights mentioned above, we also visited Bethlehem's Church of the Nativity (Luke 2), Mr. Edward's Olive Wood Shop, and The Mount of Olives Palm Sunday Parade Route (John 12:12-19).

(View from Mount of Olives Church of The Teardrop.)

Tomorrow is our final day. We will begin at 7:30 a.m. in Gethsemane. 

Next year, we plan to travel to Israel October 12-22. We may add another 3 days onto the front or back of these days to another Bible-rich location? Possibly Rome or Turkey. Deo Volente. When we know the details we will post them at .


Monday, May 26, 2014

Day 6 -- Holy Land 11th Journey

Monday in The Holy Land has been tiring but tremendous. My blog will be shorter than usual because the bed is calling me, but here's the itinerary we completed today.

Bethany, Ein Gedi, The Dead Sea, Jericho and The Promenade Overlook south of The Old City of Jerusalem.

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(Samantha meets my favorite smiling camel, MJ, in Bethany. He's a good kisser, too.)

(The Dead Sea)

(Pastor Billy getting cultural in Jericho)

(Here's our hotel lobby, The Olive Tree Hotel.)

Good night. Got a 5:30 a.m. wake-up in the morning. Heading out to The Valley of Elah where David killed Goliath, then onto Bethlehem.


Sunday, May 25, 2014

Day 5 -- Holy Land 11th Journey

What a special day! We left the hotel on the Galilee at 8 a.m. bound for Cana of Galilee. Once there, 7 couples renewed their marriage vows as everyone else shared in the celebration.

(Clay Water pots at Cana of Galilee)

Next we headed to Nazareth and worshipped with our brothers and sisters at The Church of the Nazarene. I preached on the theme: "Discipleship is all about Identity." The main question being, "Who do you belong to?" I referred to John 3, John 21, Luke 19:16-30 and 2 Timothy 2:19. Everyone seemed to get help. Especially me.

After lunch (Swarma sandwiches) with the church leaders, we were back on the bus bound for Jerusalem. But along the way we made a meaningful stop in the village of Nain. My son, Grayson, read from Luke 7 about Jesus resurrecting the widow's son right out of his coffin. It was powerful enough, but then I found Grayson had arranged to have the pastors on the trip to anoint me as he prayed for my sciatic nerve issues. Wow!

(Village of Nain where Jesus Resurrected the widow's only son.)

(Pastor Drew David preparing to anoint me as Grayson prays.)

Later in the afternoon, I announced to the group that I felt the least amount of pain I have felt in 3 weeks. The enemy didn't want me to praise God so soon, but I did anyway saying: "I care not today what tomorrow may bring.... I praise God today because I feel better today." The people were humbled and amazed along with me.

Our last stop was along the Mediterranean Sea. How beautiful. We saw the ancient aqueducts along the coastline.

As we passed by Emmaus, 7 miles west of Jerusalem, we all read the story in unison from our Bibles with our "Hearts Aflame" as we considered our own individual discipleship journeys.

Finally, we arrived at the Olive Tree Hotel at 6:30 p.m. Pope Francis is also sleeping in Jerusalem tonight. The traffic was very heavy with added security and the like.

Tomorrow we begin at Bethany. Our Hearts are Aflame, indeed.


Saturday, May 24, 2014

Day 4 -- Holy Land 11th Journey

Saturday was another Jesus-led journey day for all 41 of us on the bus. Our day would be spent on and around The Sea of Galilee.

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We began with a boat ride on the Galilee where Pastor Billy preached on "Childlike Faith" and Tim sang "10,000 Reasons". Glorious!

Next we landed at the Mark 3 location on the north side of the Galilee where Jesus proved to not only have authority over the wind and the waves but also over the spiritual realms. Yes, we were at the region of the Gadarenes where Jesus cast a legion of demons out of a miserable man who was living naked among the tombs.

Our lunch was at En GeV beside the sea. They are famous for grilled Saint Peter's fish. I ordered mine with the head on. Marvelous!

Our journey concluded at The Jordan River as 25 went public with their faith by being baptized in the same body of water that John the Baptizer baptized Jesus. The highlight for me? Baptizing my son, Grayson as he said: "Jesus died for me. I want to live for Him!" Hallelujah!

After supper, Pastor Nizar and Katy drove over from Nazareth and met us to share and to have prayer on the seaside veranda behind our hotel. Our gathering had Heavenly DNA. Blessed!

In the morning after a John 2 stop in Cana of Galilee, we will worship with the Nazareth Church of the Nazarene and then steadfastly set our faces to go to Jerusalem. Hosanna!

Shalom Y'all!


Friday, May 23, 2014

Day 3 -- Holy Land 11th Journey

Tucker and Steve -- Dad and son in the light as Jesus is in the light.

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Well, Day 3 and The Lord just keeps making our discipleship journey more and more delightful.

Today, we headed north to Mt. Hermon to recall the story in Matthew 16 of Jesus and His disciples at Caesarea Philippi. Yes, right at the place known to locals as "the gates of hell" Jesus declared: "I will build my church and the Gates of Hell shall not prevail against it." 

Also, at Mt. Hermon, we recounted our Lord's Transfiguration and passed through the Valley of Lebanon remembering Joshua 11 and how God continued to give the Promised Land to His people.

On our way down, we drove to the breath-taking overlook to view the area where three countries intersect -- Lebanon, Syria, and Israel.

Next we visited Capernum remembering the Galilee ministry of Jesus with the compassionate story of Jesus healing the paralytic (Mark 2:1-12).

We had lunch in a roadside diner along the lake and then proceeded to the Mount of Beatitudes. As always, The Lord met us mightily in the walking descent as we leaned into Matthew 5, 6, and 7 -- The Sermon on the Mount.

Finally, we visited the shores where the Resurrected Jesus surprised His disciples. It is the John 21 encounter where Jesus said to Peter: "Love Me? Feed My sheep."

Thanks for your prayers. All is well. Christ is with us and within us as we walk together where He once walked.


Thursday, May 22, 2014

Day 2 -- Pt. 2 Images Holy Land 11th Journey

Here are a few images with captions to accompany my previous Day 2 in The Holy Land blog post: (Click on photo if it does not display fully.)
Like grandfather like grandson -- The Davids, both pastors -- holding old scroll.
Ellie gets Grayson to try the Middle East staple food, hummus -- a miracle in the Holy Land. 
Pastor Nizar Touma from Nazareth testified at our Nazareth Village lunch saying:  "The cost was great to go with Christ, but all worth it." Jesus is everything to this Nazarene boy who grew up to be a preacher man. 


Day 2 -- Holy Land 11th Journey

What a beautiful sunny day with light breezes here in the Holy Land. (We are seven hours ahead of Eastern Standard Time in the USA.) 

After a wonderful breakfast at The Ron Beach Hotel Restaurant that included fresh honeycomb our day only proved to get sweeter.

Our first stop was Mount Carmel. This is the place where 1 Kings 18 happened, yes, the mountain where Elijah defeated the prophets of Baal. Pastor Jim read the moving story. 

Next we drove southeast to the town of Nazareth. Our hearts were wonderfully warmed as our Nazareth Village guide, Jonathan, led us on a visual journey of the New Testament. We learned details about the life of Jesus while in Nazareth and saw a farmer, a shepherd, a carpenter and Hannah, the village weaver. Also, a 2,000 year olive press was available for teaching us about the place of pressing (like Gethsemane).

After spending a wonderful time learning about Jesus' conflict as a result of His visit to His hometown synagogue, (recorded in Luke 4) we enjoyed a customary Middle Eastern Lunch cooked over an open fire by Mary, the village cook. 

Our dear friend, Pastor Nizar, a true "Nazarene" (because he was born in Nazareth and is now the pastor at the local Nazarene Church) joined us for lunch. Afterwards he warmed all of our souls with his personal testimony. 

Our day of discipleship journeying ended with a walk to Mary's Well, the Church of the Annunciation (where Gabriel appeared to Mary) and a walk through the open Nazareth market. Emily (one of our new friends who joined us from Germany) read beautifully from Luke 1.

Finally, my son, Grayson, prayed a heartfelt and meaningful prayer as we left the Traditional Nazareth Site of Mark 6:1-6. (His Dad was deeply moved.)

With our minds inspired, our hearts warmed and our souls glad, we arrived back at our Sea of Galilee hotel around 5:30 p.m. Stay tuned. More glorious things to report tomorrow, Lord willing. 


Wednesday, May 21, 2014

Day 1 -- Holy Land 11th Journey

We arrived in Frankfurt safely. Next stop Tel Aviv. Sea of Galilee tonight.

Stay tuned for more blog posts on this our 11th Hearts Aflame Discipleship Journey to The Holy Land.

Luke 9:51.

Shalom Y'all!


Tuesday, May 20, 2014

A Voice Behind You

You will hear a voice behind you saying, “This is the way. Follow it, whether it turns to the right or to the left.” (Isaiah 30:21 GWT)


Monday, May 19, 2014

NEVERTHELESS... Exclusively God's! (Miracles)

This morning I awoke with the nagging pain of what I believe to be a ciatic nerve issue. It is a recurring health issue for me, but having enjoyed about a 6-month reprieve from the physical suffering it can bring, about two weeks ago it started to flare-up again. 

Please know that I am not whining because I realize there is suffering for everyone in the human race. I do however request your prayers for my physical limitations and have been praying for myself especially this morning.

You see, in the days ahead I have a multiple-day, overseas journey and traveling with pain is quite different than being at home with pain. Plus, the journey's destination requires a great amount of walking and even some climbing. Ciatic nerve pain and lots of walking and some climbing don't mix well.

So, where am I headed to? It's my 11th Discipleship Journey to The Holy Land. Yes, we have about 25 people from the States who will cross the Pond with us and about 15 from Germany who will join us on the other side. (I guess now you understand more clearly why I ask for your prayers.) I really want to feel well enough to encourage and inspire the hearts and minds of those journeying with me. I want the trip to be about Jesus not about Kerry. 

This morning my prayers echoed the prayers of my Lord as He called out to The Father in Gethsemane:

"NEVERTHELESS... Not my will but Thine be done."

Sometimes, I have come to know that personal, physical pain often points to great, spiritual gain. So, as I trust God with my own physical needs, I am truly anticipating a great miracle on this trip.

When you think of me, I really do appreciate prayers for physical strength, however, after you pray for me please pray for a great miracle in the life of at least one person who will be traveling with me. 

I know God is able to heal and I also choose to believe He is willing to once again show himself to be our Great God of mercy and compassion. 

Miracles can still happen in our lives because Jesus lives with and within those of us who are exclusively His. 


Saturday, May 17, 2014

"Entire Sanctification" Defined

"Entire sanctification is an instantaneous, continuous work of God's grace, wrought by the mighty Atonement of Jesus Christ. It is instant cleansing by the crucifixion of the 'old man', followed by a life of endless growth and victory." 
-- Oswald Chambers

We have the Victory and The VICTOR has us!

Friday, May 16, 2014

Our Prayers Are As Incense Before God

"Another angel came with a gold incense burner and stood at the altar. He was given a lot of incense to offer on the gold altar in front of the throne. He offered it with the prayers of all of God’s people. The smoke from the incense went up from the angel’s hand to God along with the prayers of God’s people. The angel took the incense burner, filled it with fire from the altar, and threw it on the earth. Then there was thunder, noise, lightning, and an earthquake." (Revelation 8:3-5 GWT)

Our prayers go up as a sweet fragrance to Holy God. Let's pray and be...


Thursday, May 15, 2014

Summer Breeze

This morning when I awoke, I could feel a cool summer breeze blowing through the windows of our home. How refreshing!

I had a lite breakfast and a cup of coffee sitting on our back patio. As the cool summer breeze blew across and into my being, I couldn't help but think of the New Testament Day of Pentecost and the wind that filled the place where the disciples of Jesus were praying as they awaited The Holy Spirit's arrival in their lives.

This morning's summer breeze moves me to pray. I invite you to join me...

Dearest Almighty Personal God:
How awesome this cool summer breeze reminds me of Your Holy Presence.

I cannot help but be inspired as my mind tells me of Your never-ending faithfulness.

As fountains of living waters flow within me, I am encouraged to know You more.

Seeing the effects of this morning's summer breeze in the branches and on the leaves of our Bradford Pear Tree, set my own soul to dancing.

Thank You, Abba Father for sending Your Beloved Son to rescue me from Sin and Death. 

Thank You, Beloved Son of God, for carrying out The Father's will, and for leaving the Holy Spirit here... Still.

Today's cool summer breeze restores my soul. My cup overflows with blessings beyond description.

You, my God are my Breath, my Reason to Breathe, my Everything, my Present, my Future, my Hope for forever and today.

In the Name of the One called Wonderful, I pray from a vulnerable and transparent heart. Amen.

(Below is a link to a secular song from the 1970s by Seals and Crofts. Seems appropriate since it's titled: "Summer Breeze".)


Wednesday, May 14, 2014

Obey Today

"On that very day Abraham (did)... As God told him." -- Genesis 17:23

"Postponed obedience can never bring us the full blessing God intended or what it would have brought had we obeyed at the earliest possible moment. What a pity it is how we rob ourselves, as well as God and others, by our procrastination (by delaying to obey God today)."
-- Cowman 

Trust and obey, today. 

Tuesday, May 13, 2014


Think on the words of this New Testament passage:

"The God who made the universe and everything in it is the Lord of heaven and earth. He doesn’t live in shrines made by humans, and he isn’t served by humans as if he needed anything. He gives everyone life, breath, and everything they have." (Acts 17:24, 25 GWT)

What a Mighty God we serve!!! Our God is not a god. Our God is THE GOD!


Sunday, May 11, 2014

World's Toughest Job-Description

See if you would want to interview for the world's  toughest job:

Happy Mother's Day!

Saturday, May 10, 2014

Conviction of Sin

"The one object of Christ's coming was to take away sin. The first work of The Holy Spirit in the world is conviction of sin. Without that no real conversion is possible." -- Andrew Murray


Thursday, May 8, 2014

David's Vulnerable And Desperate Prayer

David's vulnerable and desperate prayer for mercy, forgiveness, and purity after his lust-filled pursuit of and adultery with Bathsheba:

"Have mercy on me, O God, because of your unfailing love. Because of your great compassion, blot out the stain of my sins. Wash me clean from my guilt. Purify me from my sin. For I recognize my rebellion; it haunts me day and night. Against you, and you alone, have I sinned; I have done what is evil in your sight. You will be proved right in what you say, and your judgment against me is just. For I was born a sinner— yes, from the moment my mother conceived me. But you desire honesty from the womb, teaching me wisdom even there. Purify me from my sins, and I will be clean; wash me, and I will be whiter than snow. Oh, give me back my joy again; you have broken me— now let me rejoice. Don’t keep looking at my sins. Remove the stain of my guilt. Create in me a clean heart, O God. Renew a loyal spirit within me. Do not banish me from your presence, and don’t take your Holy Spirit from me. Restore to me the joy of your salvation, and make me willing to obey you. Then I will teach your ways to rebels, and they will return to you. Forgive me for shedding blood, O God who saves; then I will joyfully sing of your forgiveness. Unseal my lips, O Lord, that my mouth may praise you. You do not desire a sacrifice, or I would offer one. You do not want a burnt offering. The sacrifice you desire is a broken spirit. You will not reject a broken and repentant heart, O God. Look with favor on Zion and help her; rebuild the walls of Jerusalem. Then you will be pleased with sacrifices offered in the right spirit— with burnt offerings and whole burnt offerings. Then bulls will again be sacrificed on your altar." (Psalms 51:1-19 NLT)


Wednesday, May 7, 2014

Those God Uses?

In Luke 14, our Lord implies that the only people He will use in His Eternal Kingdom Building enterprises are those who love Him personally, passionately, and devotedly beyond any of our closest relationships on earth.
-- Oswald Chambers paraphrased


Tuesday, May 6, 2014

The Treasure of the Good News

Our message is not about ourselves. It is about Jesus Christ as the Lord. We are your servants for his sake. We are his servants because the same God who said that light should shine out of darkness has given us light. For that reason we bring to light the knowledge about God’s glory which shines from Christ’s face. Our bodies are made of clay, yet we have the treasure of the Good News in them. This shows that the superior power of this treasure belongs to God and doesn’t come from us. In every way we’re troubled, but we aren’t crushed by our troubles. We’re frustrated, but we don’t give up. We’re persecuted, but we’re not abandoned. We’re captured, but we’re not killed.
(2 Corinthians 4:5-9 GWT)


Monday, May 5, 2014

"Please Pray!"

This morning I received an email with two words written in the subject line: "PLEASE PRAY!"

The two words spoken together, "PLEASE PRAY," birth thoughts of real desperation in my own mind.

Question: "Do we really need to be begged to pray for others?" Truthfully, sometimes we probably really do need to be begged to "PLEASE PRAY" for others.

This verse moves my heart today: "I give myself unto prayer." (Psalm 109:4)

So be it!


Sunday, May 4, 2014

Who's Discipling You?

I am so thankful that my pastoral mentor, James Spruill, age 75, (photo below) is here at our local church for the 21st time in 20 years to preach the Gospel to our people again and to once again take my spiritual pulse as he continues to disciple me in loving Jesus more and more passionately. 

Who's discipling you... 
So you can disciple others?


Saturday, May 3, 2014

Moses and Brother Michael

Our lifegroup journeyed together to the Amish land of Pennsylvania to be inspired at the Sight & Sound Theater's presentation of Moses.

We arrived at Dienner's Country Restaurant for a lovely lunch. (If you ever go don't miss the homemade Coconut Creme pie.)

After lunch, with an hour-and-a-half to spare, the ladies were calling for a stop at the shopping outlet. I got out of the car to stretch my legs. Walking along the sidewalk, I noticed a park bench with an older African American gentlemen sitting on one end. After a casual greeting, I settled in on the other side.

We sat in silence for a bit, both of us undoubtedly enjoying a time of exhaling. Then, he asked, "Where are you from?" From there the conversation only got sweeter and sweeter. 

What I had sensed in my heart was true. Mr. Michael from New Jersey was a sanctuary of the presence of God (like me). Time seemed to stand still as we talked about the way God has blessed us beyond what we deserve. 

He shared that health concerns -- congestive heart failure -- had forced him to retire early from his board of education carreer, but went on to say how he was thankful God was still giving him life.

Finally, our discussion rose even higher as we talked more about Jesus and our Heavenly Home. It was as if we were family. (In fact, we are.)

His wife and sister came to where we were and after promises to pray for one another, Brother Michael said as he walked away, "Maybe we will see each other at the Moses production." I said, "Look for me. I might be the one shouting." ;)


Friday, May 2, 2014

Sick for 38 Years

What a Jesus-story from the New Testament:

Later, Jesus went to Jerusalem for a Jewish festival. Near Sheep Gate in Jerusalem was a pool called Bethesda in Hebrew. It had five porches. Under these porches a large number of sick people—people who were blind, lame, or paralyzed—used to lie. One man, who had been sick for 38 years, was lying there. Jesus saw the man lying there and knew that he had been sick for a long time. So Jesus asked the man, “Would you like to get well?” The sick man answered Jesus, “Sir, I don’t have anyone to put me into the pool when the water is stirred. While I’m trying to get there, someone else steps into the pool ahead of me.” Jesus told the man, “Get up, pick up your cot, and walk.” The man immediately became well, picked up his cot, and walked. That happened on a day of worship. (John 5:1-9 GW)

Grateful (For The Great Physician)


Recently, I awoke with these three Scriptures strong in my thinking:

...what are mere mortals that You (God) should think about them, human beings that you should care for them? (Psalms 8:4 NLT)

“My thoughts are nothing like your thoughts,” says the Lord. “And my ways are far beyond anything you could imagine. For just as the heavens are higher than the earth, so my ways are higher than your ways and my thoughts higher than your thoughts. (Isaiah 55:8, 9 NLT)

The spirit of man is the candle of The Lord... (Proverbs 20:27a KJV)


Thursday, May 1, 2014

If You Belong to God...

If you belong to God you have...

1. A reason to live.
2. An identity to know.
3. A future to anticipate.

If you do not know your reason, your identity, and/or your future? Simply seek God. He knows.