We like to be comfortable with our beliefs. It becomes disturbing and challenging when confronted with a possible truth that causes us to change the way we’re thinking … or even the way we live our lives.
In the story of the Exodus, in Exodus 32, we find that the people of Israel seem to be abandoning their belief in God, in favor of an idol. The reality is, according to verse 4; they were worshipping the “God who brought them out of Egypt.”
He received their offering, and fashioning it with a tool, made a molten calf. Then they cried out, “These are your gods, Israel, who brought you* up from the land of Egypt.
… Read More What God Do You Worship?
At war with that prideful position of being right is the believer’s desire to walk worthy of our calling with all humility, gentleness, and patience, bearing with others in love (Eph 4:1-3). We are to “pursue righteousness, godliness, faith, love, steadfastness, gentleness. Fight the good fight of the faith …”… Read More Evident Gentleness
As we start a new year, I want to chat with you today about a powerful word you can use for the year. It is HOPE.… Read More HOPE IN THE LORD – Devotional
One day while I prayed this underwhelming prayer, I felt the Lord tell me to ask for more. I felt a strong conviction that I needed to believe for a greater miracle for Keaton.… Read More Tuesday Teachings -Hindsight is Twenty-Twenty
I love the change of Seasons. I eagerly look forward to each new season for the signature flowers, sun, fall of leaves, or dusting of snow. Each one has its unique wonders and delights.… Read More Tuesday Teaching – Seasons