WHAT WOULD YOU ASK HIM?

This morning just before getting out of bed, I was processing some thoughts about the Lord. I considered what I would ask Him if we had a conversation here on Earth – not a time of prayer, but a real face-to-face sit-down meeting.  The longer I pondered that...

When It’s Too Quiet

When it seems to be too quiet after a significant life event takes place, some will interpret that silence as peace. Silence is not evidence of true peace. It can mask reality and be used as a time of preparation for the next conflict hoping an adversary will let...

When God Calls the Shots

During a conference call with friends whose ministry is preparing to make a global impact, an image came to mind. After sharing the image with my friends, I felt it had application beyond our conversation to others who will read these words. The image was of someone...

The Sin of Gloating

Gloating over the misfortune of another person has become a default response by some to the sorrow experienced by those who hold opposing views. Gloating is an indicator of the sad condition of the heart of the gloater, not the person who suffered an injury because of...

Living in Freedom and Peace

Last night was one of those nights. I didn’t get the uninterrupted kind of sleep we all need that produces refreshment. Long ago, I learned a marriage principle. Talk about uplifting and affirming things as a couple when you get into bed. I violated that principle and...