But now we have Him ALWAYS, Amen. Martha knew Christ’s power to keep alive and to heal even those on a death bed, but she did not yet know his power to give life to one already dead. Her faith was hard pressed by the death of her brother, but it was there and real.Continue reading “Believe!”

Dreams. Meaning?

The dreams of Joseph, the butler and the baker, and then Pharaoh, constitute the Bible’s most prominent dream series. There are three sets of two dreams each. 21 Dreams in The Bible.

We are surrounded in and by Love…Natural vs Supernatural….

This is another part of the prayer of Christ in the garden. He prays for us. He knows that we cannot live on this earth secluded from everything. We have to learn how to live in this world and not become of this world. Christ prays to His Father to protect us from the evilContinue reading “We are surrounded in and by Love…Natural vs Supernatural….”

Where is YOUR passion?

“Now may the God of peace who brought again from the dead our Lord Jesus, the great shepherd of the sheep, by the blood of the eternal covenant, equip you with everything good that you may do his will, working in us that which is pleasing in his sight, through Jesus Christ, to whom be glory forever and ever. Amen.” – Hebrews 13:20-21 reading “Where is YOUR passion?”

Discernment (3)…

As we are, in Christ for ALL ways, Amen.

What could be more glorious than to know that we are forgiven of our sin, redeemed from slavery to sin and saved from eternal condemnation by God’s amazing grace.. through faith in the redemptive work of Christ – and yet some would argue that this superabundant grace not only permits the believer to keep on sinning,Continue reading “As we are, in Christ for ALL ways, Amen.”

Your part?

Of every true church it can be said, “you are the Body of Christ, the Bride of Christ, the people of God, the children of God, the saints of God, the Church of God.” And of every true Christian, it can be said, you are a member of these groups, which are one and theContinue reading “Your part?”

How to Argue Constructively

Set aside a quiet time to discuss the problem Take turns in talking Respect each other’s turn even if you don’t like what you’re hearing Keep the discussion to ONE single conflict at a time Don’t judge, concentrate on the facts Avoid bringing back unrelated differences from the past LISTEN!!!! Even if you disagree withContinue reading “How to Argue Constructively”

As we rise…

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