Revelation in itself is generic. It comes to all, regardless of faith persuasion or conviction. It simply brings the bearer to greater awareness which often leads to insight, understanding, and ideally a behavior modification. In the Body of Christ though, we hold this word… Continue Reading “When Revelation Has a Human Target”
As we reflect and renew commitments to God in this conclusion of Holy Week, allow me to offer a couple of thoughts, based on this foundation idea. It is possible for us to create powerful and unhealthy bonds with people over open or untreated… Continue Reading “Wounded Connections (Holy Week reflection)”
What God puts in us has strength. It has drawing strength, and it never lets us go until we accomplish it. It does not matter how we whine, analyze or try to ignore it. When it’s His burden, it will not release us… except… Continue Reading “Drawn, Until It’s Finished (devotional)”
1 Cast your bread on the surface of the waters, for you will find it after many days. 2 Divide your portion to seven, or even to eight, for you do not know what misfortune may occur on the earth. 3 If the clouds are full, they pour… Continue Reading “On the Investment & Yield of Prayer”
The word restore comes from root words that mean renew and rebuild (Merriam-Webster online). Consider that when restoration comes to our lives, there’s a space of time between us and the pain that created the breach or brokenness. Yes, there may be years between… Continue Reading “I Hugged the One Who Broke My Heart”
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