Just two ounces! That really couldn’t make any difference, could it? Well, for the past few months, our cuckoo clock has had a problem: the weight which pulls the gear for the music would sometimes play and other times slip to the floor. I had thought that perhaps the cone-shaped weights were different sizes, so … More Just Two Ounces?
How can we know God? The answer is quite simple in word, not so simple in commitment, but truly the best choice we can make. ☺ https://www.spreaker.com/episode/43712777
Heb 12:29 For our God is a consuming fire. This verse can seem frightening, especially as we watch the devouring forest fires in the west. Fire can be such a wonderful comfort. Pictures of family gatherings around a campfire or nestled in on a wintry night before a crackling fire in the fireplace can bring … More Our Consuming Fire
Words—the vehicles with which we communicate. Oh, how strong they can be for good or for evil. One simple statement can change a life, or even the course of history! As I was reading about King Saul, this fact was evident. Four little words! They were not careless words or words spoken to hurt anyone; … More Four Little Words
And Enoch walked with God after he begat Methuselah three hundred years, and begat sons and daughters: Genesis 5:22 Alive—living, not dead. That is a rather straightforward definition! If you are reading this, then you qualify as being alive. 😊 Throughout the Genesis genealogy, a list of names is given followed by the number of years they … More Living or Walking
When life’s paths are uncomfortable, and seem not to make sense, keep trusting God. … More What the Donkey Saw
rom the very beginning of what we know as Time, Almighty God, as Matthew Henry addresses Him, will have His way in His universal church of born-again believers. … More The Preserved Word of God
The following is Paul Harvey’s timeless Christmas Story. May it give you a better understanding of what Christmas is all about: God became man—-100% God/100% man. It doesn’t add up. But then, if it did, there would be no need of faith! Merry Christmas! Christ, by highest heaven adored,Christ, the everlasting Lord,late in time behold … More Incarnation?
Thank you, Cal Thomas! https://calthomas.com/2020/12/christmas-1991/ Of all the great and small events of 1991, the death of CBS News’ “60 Minutes” co-host Harry Reasoner probably rates near the bottom in the amount of attention afforded it by the public. Yet when a keen observer and a person of talent and grace leaves the planet, we are all … More The Power of Christmas
The following is from my Christmas devotional, “Not as a Babe in a Manger.” If you’d like a copy just check it out here. Or if you’d like a digital copy, visit Amazon. December 8—Ministering Angels Luke begins his account of the life of Christ with the story of Zacharias and his wife Elizabeth. Like … More Ministering Angels