“Do not boast about tomorrow, for you do not know what a day may bring.” Proverbs 27:1 (NIV) With the recent unexpected and heartbreaking deaths of Kobe Bryant and eight others, our world has been shocked back into the reality of what one day may bring. None of us are […]
If you’re at the end of your rope, you’re in a good place for God to bless you.
Perhaps the most tender of the Christmas Canticles is Simeon’s Song.
For many centuries, Advent was a season of spiritual preparation before the celebration of Christmas.
When heaven breaks through it shatters the darkness in our lives and brings the light of His life!
If God is going to make a way where there seems to be no way, I must first pray and ask the Maker to make a way and, then, perceive it.
Hopelessness is a common emotion when we experience loss. We feel hopeless. Yet, it’s in those very times when the God of all hope wants to flood our souls with hope.
The most hope-filled people on earth are God’s people! Still, there are times and seasons in our lives when our hope spills out. You may have felt that recently or even feel that way now, and you wonder where God is.
Crisis time is God’s time! When we are at our lowest, God is at work in ways we cannot see.
Sometimes God allows major problems and pain in our lives to bring us to the end of our rope. Maybe you find yourself there right now and you don’t know what to do. You feel helpless. You’re asking yourself, Why? How did this happen? What do I do now?