Even When We Aren’t Seeing Him

This morning I was doing a children's devotional with my 6-year-old daughter. The topic was "TRUST" and the verse of the day was Psalm 62:8, "Trust in Him at all times."   Sometimes it is in the simplest ways that God will speak to your heart.   The story was about a little girl and... Continue Reading →

WHEN You Fall

New years often bring resolutions for change, whether to stop a “bad” habit or to start a new “good” habit.   So often we start out strong, only to find ourselves fail shortly thereafter.   Thinking of all of this got me thinking about a familiar passage of scripture, found in Matthew (14:25-31a, NLT):  ... Continue Reading →

Seasons of Failure

No excuses. There are times I simply FAIL. ...I... ...me... I am the one who failed.     God never fails. The WORD of God never fails. God is LOVE, and LOVE never fails. And I am THANKFUL!   I am convinced, however, that sometimes the seasons of my own failure are purposeful. Sometimes a... Continue Reading →

But Once They Get Separated

I am reading a book to my 5-year-old daughter called Mountain Born (written by Elizabeth Yates). The book is about a young boy that is learning to be a shepherd. His first time alone with the sheep, he falls asleep. When he awakes he realizes that the sheep have been scattered. He is afraid and doesn't... Continue Reading →

Where are your accusers?

  I have struggled a bit with a fear. A fear of being found out. A fear of judgement.   What will they "say" about me?    Jesus returned to the Mount of Olives, but early the next morning he was back again at the Temple. A crowd soon gathered, and he sat down and... Continue Reading →

New Every Morning

New year, new resolutions. Good intentions. Failures.   Today, I simply want to share some encouragement with you. New Year's Day is not the only time you can start over. You can begin again every morning.   "The faithful love of the LORD never ends! His mercies never cease. Great is His faithfulness; His mercies... Continue Reading →

The Joy of the Lord Is My Strength

Written by Casey Johnson   Joy. We sing about joy often. Joy to the World. Ode to Joy. I’ve Got the Joy, Joy, Joy.  These are a few examples.  We talk about joy. But what does joy mean? Many misunderstand that joy=happiness and happiness=joy. Sadly, with this misunderstanding many good people miss a wonderful gift... Continue Reading →

Shame

Written by Ayla S.   The eyes are the window to your soul.    I never quite grasped the precision of this well known statement, until a rather solemn moment with my chiropractor two years ago.  I had been seeing him for about four years at the time.  He was undergoing his routine procedure of... Continue Reading →

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