Tag: salvation

I’m Looking for a Miracle

How much time do we spend looking for, even searching for, miracles? Our definition of miracles is subjective; it depends on our need or desperate desire. There’s a classic gospel song by The Clark Sisters. I’m looking for a miracle. I expect the impossible….

Lawlessness…some context

Relationship with the Lord happens on His terms. We come to saving faith at His invitation, and we agree to become new in Christ. We submit to thorough and life-altering processes, and trust His plan for our lives. We learn new ways to live,…

On Drinking the Cup…

Sunday, I toured and attended worship service at the National Cathedral. The following are rough thoughts that came to me as I opted out of and observed the Communion ordinance. A minister served the wafer (bread) and then participants walked to another person holding…

Jesus Fought the Bull (Holy Week reflection)

Holy Week is the sum of who we are, period. If we confess Jesus as Lord and Savior, then we find all of who we are in the events of Holy Week. On The Queen Life Facebook page I made note that there are…

True North (#discipleship)

You all know I am back in school, so on occasion I want to share some loaded statements from my textbooks. Here is one from a ¬†book called Mapping Out Curriculum in Your Church by James Estep, Roger White, and Karen Estep ((c) 2012)….

Angel Jones

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"In the darkness of night, I wait expectantly for understanding and knowledge for your people."

ladies loving god by Tonika Breeden

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