One Allegiance

Psalm 118:22-23 A stone which the builders rejectedHas become the chief cornerstone.This came about from the Lord;It is marvelous in our eyes. As children, we find great fitment and companionship with other kids, with our teachers, and with the schools we attend. We find great comfort in being accepted and having a social environment to fit in to.Continue reading “One Allegiance”

Peeing in the Easter Basket

After listening to a sermon the other day I posted on Facebook a very strong opinion about how preachers should do their preaching. The specific preacher I was listening to at the time was circling round and round a point for what seemed way too long, never really saying much. Being entertaining, but not communicatingContinue reading “Peeing in the Easter Basket”

Politicians and Religious Leaders

Mark 8:11-15 (YLT) The Pharisees came forth, and began to dispute with him, seeking from him a sign from the heaven, tempting him; and having sighed deeply in his spirit, he saith, `Why doth this generation seek after a sign? Verily I say to you, no sign shall be given to this generation.’ And having left them, havingContinue reading “Politicians and Religious Leaders”

Where 2 or 3 are gathered to talk about someone else…

I can appreciate the world’s standard of what gossip is and isn’t. I can go to webster’s definition and totally justify much of my behavior concerning this matter. Under positive subheadings, I can talk about my friends and colleagues with “good intentions” and reckless abandon. Or with the discernment of the Holy Spirit and theContinue reading “Where 2 or 3 are gathered to talk about someone else…”

Getting Back to the Basics

Worship had been electrifying. The room was charged with the presence of the Almighty. Everyone had a gift to bring, no one was exempt. It’s just funny we even went there, but somehow it was like we accidently ran over the right road marker that showed us we were on the right path. The roadContinue reading “Getting Back to the Basics”

Love Till’ it Hurts

God loved people enough that He sent a part of Himself, His Son, to us[1]. This Son this God in flesh was a man who was grief-stricken[2]; all He saw broke His heart. He was weighted down with sadness and sorrow so much so that He constantly had to spend time with Father God[3]. WhenContinue reading “Love Till’ it Hurts”

It’s Time to Quit Being Friendly and Be Family

Reflections on Ephesians 4 There is a group of people on earth that have the spirit of God in them. They love like Him and speak like Him. They even act like Him. Jesus Christ died so that they could exist. He has given the characteristics of Himself to dwell in His people permanently. TheContinue reading “It’s Time to Quit Being Friendly and Be Family”