I’m trying to process the most amazing thought based on a quote from Tozer. He used the line “liquid fire.” And I’ve been thinking about how God melts stone hearts and they in a sense become liquid fire — lava. Lava can be extinguished with water. But liquid fire hearts … Continue reading →
I have had so much fun today! I’ve been reading Answers to Prayer From George Müller’s Narratives. As I read of the amazing things that God did, I’ve jumped up, hooted and hollered, and done a touchdown dance all at the greatness of our God and how He answers prayers. http://amzn.to/1L3KOXZ … Continue reading →
“Your ears will hear a word behind you, ‘This is the way, walk in it,’ whenever you turn to the right or to the left.” ~ Isaiah 30:21 (NASB) I love that verse! I’ve loved the verse for years, quoted it, meditated on it, and was so grateful for it. … Continue reading →
Good morning, Lord. I adore You. I worship You. You are my love, You are the One who knows me inside and out and continues to love. Thank You. Thank You for Your unfailing love. Thank You for another day. Help me to serve You well, to love You with … Continue reading →
Our son was given the opportunity to study in Japan for a college course. Once he knew where he would stay, he used Google Maps to “walk” the streets. He could “see” his location and how to get back and forth to the University where he would study. Before he even … Continue reading →
We want God’s deliverance. We want God to deliver when we want Him to deliver – before the pain and before the suffering.
However…Joseph was sold into slavery, falsely accused, and spent years in prison. Shadrach, Meshach, and Abednego were thrown in a blazing fire. Daniel was tossed to hungry lions. Paul and Silas were beaten and chained in a dungeon.
Early Christians were persecuted, tortured, and sent fleeing throughout the known world. Jesus was beaten and died on a cross. God’s deliverance is life and resurrection in the midst of pain, suffering, and death.
I love a good hug from friends or family. There’s something beautifully sweet when someone you love puts their arms around you. The human touch when properly used is a blessing. Whether someone is a hugger or not, there is one thing you can do that will bless the recipient … Continue reading →
Throughout Biblical history people (and nations) found themselves stuck and trapped in sticky situations. Peter was stuck in prison, yet through the power of prayer he was released (Acts 12:1-19). Paul and Silas were imprisoned. As they praised God their chains fell off and the prison doors were opened. The … Continue reading →