Reconciling our lives with God by faith

“But they that wait upon the Lord shall renew their strength; they shall mount up with wings as eagles; they shall run, and not be weary; and they shall walk, and not faint.” (Isaiah 40:31) During my teenage years, my mother lived in a house that was on the beach in Florida. When we wereContinue reading “Reconciling our lives with God by faith”

Kindness Can Never Be Underestimated

Brightly Beams our Father’s Mercy, From His lighthouse evermore But to us He gives the keeping, Of the lights along the shore. Dark the night of sin has settled, Loud the angry billows roar Eager eyes are watching longing, For the lights along the shore. Trim your feeble lamp my brother, Some poor sailor tempestContinue reading “Kindness Can Never Be Underestimated”

In Remembrance: Giving God the Glory ~ Part 2

In Remembrance ~ Giving God the Glory ~ Part 2 It has always been my belief that the word “remember” is one of the most important words we have in Christendom.  Before there was the written word, men used to pass down from father to son, the history and spiritual dealings of God with man. Continue reading “In Remembrance: Giving God the Glory ~ Part 2”

In Remembrance: Giving God the Glory ~ Part 1

I had lunch the other day with a friend of mine. We were talking about this and that when the conversation took a more spiritual tone.  I marveled at my friends’ faith as she sat there and shared with me her feelings about how she arrived at her faith in God.   She was telling meContinue reading “In Remembrance: Giving God the Glory ~ Part 1”