Tag: belief

Advent: Reminder of possibilities

The autumn season is my favorite of the year for the weather change because the southern United States gets hot. There is a freshness I feel that re-energizes me. When we “fall back” in time and I get to reunite with my one hour,… Continue Reading “Advent: Reminder of possibilities”

From Concept to Reality

Faith. Fear. Love. Hate. Embracing. Separation. Confusion. Frustration. Anger. Revenge. Peace. Compromise. Wisdom. Choices. Bigger picture. Divine plan. Abraham. Isaac. Jacob. Jesus. Peter. Paul. James and John. Mary the mother. Mary Magdalene. Lydia. Deborah. Ruth. Adam. This is a reminder that the bible is… Continue Reading “From Concept to Reality”

Faith Without Disclaimers

What would happen if we just believed? No props, no explanations (which are usually for others), and no disclaimers. No having to defend what the Holy Spirit revealed to us. No chance of not obeying God, even when counting the costs and assessing the… Continue Reading “Faith Without Disclaimers”

God's Perfect Love

I was inspired by a sermon called In Flickering Light by Bishop T. D. Jakes and offered an initial response to the current COVID-19 pandemic. Via Facebook Live, I shared some thoughts on God’s Perfect Love. Here are some notes to follow along. I… Continue Reading “God's Perfect Love”

Fig Tree Results (Mk. 11:20-25)

Just enough time passes between seedtime and harvest for our humanity to forget our responsibility. We “planted” ideas, actions (time, talent), money (treasure) and when the corresponding harvest arrives, sometimes we feign surprise…especially if we want a different harvest. CONTEXT. The context of Mark… Continue Reading “Fig Tree Results (Mk. 11:20-25)”

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