Ryan's Last Days I wasn't expecting to write about my youngest son Ryan the other day when I began typing Wednesday Words. It never ceases to amaze me that over and over again my thoughts have been directed by the Holy Spirit. (It shouldn't because long ago I started praying Proverbs 16:3, "Commit thy work unto... Continue Reading →
“For our struggle is not against flesh and blood, but against the rulers, against the powers, against the world forces of this darkness, against the spiritual forces of wickedness in the heavenly places.” ~ Ephesians 6:12 These past months I have been brought close to a number of women who have been thrown into the depths... Continue Reading →
The God of creation is such a mystery to us in so many ways, yet when the Holy Spirit filled scroll after scroll with words given to men inspired to write them by God, we received wisdom, knowledge and understanding that have withstood the ages.
Now the Lord is the Spirit; and where the Spirit of the Lord is, there is liberty. ~I Corinthians 10:29 Paul was writing to the Galatians, a group of churches known as Galatia. His concern was that in the early church some legalists, called Judaizers, taught that certain Old Testament laws were still binding upon... Continue Reading →
He inhabits the praises of His people... This morning as I was reading the daily Bible, I kept being distracted by remembering someone who kept popping up in a dream I had during the night. Because this is a problematic person, this led me to think of a situation that seemed troubling, so I stopped... Continue Reading →
I fell asleep last night thinking about what message I most want to share with others about God. I had been with a bible study group earlier where we viewed a tape of a well known prophetic speaker/teacher. Later I was listening to a conservative radio talk-show host while working a jigsaw puzzle. Both speakers... Continue Reading →
"The only one who understands us is God" Oswald Chambers, My Utmost for His Highest (If you're reading this blog for the first time, and want to catch up, read the previous post: In Him We Live) I was a carnal Presbyterian married to a carnal Catholic when I cried out to God in the summer... Continue Reading →