And My people are bent to backsliding from me: though they called them to the most High, none at all would exalt him. Hosea 11:7 My daddy had a saying, "I don't care which way the wind blows as long as I get a little … Continue reading Bent on Backsliding
Imagine yourself to be the Apostle Peter. You have cried, prayed, fasted, fished, all night, and caught nothing. And then suddenly a voice cries out from the shore and tells you to cast your net again, just one more time. The fish come from nowhere … Continue reading What is that to you? Follow Me
I wonder if the Apostle John when he was imprisioned on the island of Patmos, ever considered himself a survivor, battled compassion fatigue or dealt with survivors guilt? Noah Webster describes "surviver" as one who outlives the other and "survivor" in the real estate terms … Continue reading Survivors Guilt
God’s word is true and it is certain. It divides between the soul and spirit, that which is temporary or eternal. God separates the darkness and the light, and upholds what is truth and what is right. Chorus God is true and He is certain. … Continue reading God Will Never Change His Mind About You!
My friend posted this today, "What's on my mind, Facebook?" It was too heartwrenching just to post an emoticon and move on... I had to record this post as in my life I've been so impacted by the tragedy of suicide. Oh, how can we … Continue reading What’s on my mind, Facebook?
In 1985 the Lord came into my office and spoke audibly to me at the moment my one-year-old had stopped breathing and turned completely blue. He spoke three words to me, “Marlene, it is time,” then my knees buckled and I hit the ground in a repentance prayer. Deliverance came from many things I’m not proud nor ashamed to share with others.