Crumbs

“Yes, Lord,” she said, “but even the dogs eat the crumbs that fall from their masters’ table.”
– a woman of Canaan

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Freedom

Then Jesus said, “Father, forgive them, for they do not know what they do.” Luke 23:34. As Jesus suffered on the cross, suspended by three nails, He cries out this prayer to His Father. The man who was rejected by Israel was pleading their case to God. Jesus was not only rejected by the nation…

A New You

Used Up Years ago I found a wooden podium next to the dumpster at the Middle School we rent for our church services. It was used up, broken and ready to retire to the dump. Without hesitation I grabbed it and put it in the church van with the idea to revitalize and use it…

STOP. LOOK. LISTEN. Lessons from A Burning Bush

Life Passed By Moses was an 80-year-old shepherd working for his father-in-law in the wilderness of Midian. Though he had been raised as the son of Pharaoh’s daughter, those days were long gone. The memories of his youth in faraway Egypt were just that. He may have had dreams of going back to help his…

How to Make Failure a Stepping Stone

Many try to get sanctified before they get justified. The problem with a religious frame of reference is that we feel we must make ourselves presentable to God before He will accept us.

How to Make the Impossible Possible

What went through the widow’s mind when Elijah spoke to her? “Here I’m ready to eat my last piece of bread with my son and along comes this Man of God asking me to feed him first. Earth to Elijah, what part of “a hand full of flour” don’t you understand?”

Church is Home

When you listen to preachers on the radio and television you are
often hearing good teaching, but don’t elevate the teaching or the preacher above the pastor who is caring for your soul…

Seeking

This is what Jesus did when He came here. He looked for us in our heap of trash and found us.

Rahab Was His Mother

Rahab’s life is a picture of how God saves us, includes us and uses us for His divine purpose in Grace.

Rubber Meets Road

If our religion is real, action, not talk is what will come out of us.