• The Best Way To Order Each day

    21 August, 2018

    The disciples were new, mere apprentices, simple-hearted and eager to learn the ways of Heaven to grasp spiritual truths. One approached Jesus and asked Him: Lord, teach us to pray as John taught his disciples. (Luke 11:2) Jesus replied as recorded in Matthew 6:9-13: This, then, is how you should…...[read more]

  • The 2nd Best Way To Order Each day

    20 August, 2018

    Days transpire better if they begin in order, not chaos. Chase chaos away, begin each day as you wish to end it - with the Lord. Could this be the second best prayer to start your day with?# Dear Lord, Thank you that you have been, are, and will always be good to me. I come before you to worship…...[read more]

  • Punching the Pillow

    19 August, 2018

    Around AD 95 on rugged volcanic terrain in the Greek Mediterranean a banished apostle John sat with his God. His island of exile was Patmos. He wrote Revelation. Wind the hands of time back further and Moses would climb his Mount Sinai, or King David would stop beside his still waters. All enjoyed…...[read more]

  • No Replacing True Friends#

    16 August, 2018

    Hard times will always reveal true friends. ~ anon In 1977, a group of teenagers gathered to form a band. Their names were Rick, Pete, Tony and Joe. The name of the band was Atomic Mass. Before you reach for your index of obscure rock bands, in 1978 they changed the name of the band to Def…...[read more]

  • Where the Heart Never Sleeps

    15 August, 2018

    A wily old lady calmly sat, yet settledness had not been part of her life. Hustle and creditors had beset her. She had lost far more than she ever gained. Unaccustomed to good will, she pursued the peace of a safe solitude. She was unwelcome amidst the masses as much as she was unseen in her cave.…...[read more]

  • In Our Weakness

    14 August, 2018

    The apostle Paul knew what it was to be weak - to be persistently weak, to be humbly weak and thus dependently weak. Paul wrote of weakness and claimed it as his only honor. Paul boasted only of his weakness. (See 2 Corinthians 11-13) He confessed: If I must boast, I will boast only of the things…...[read more]