Recently, my family along with several others, we're invited to a friends house for dinner. It was dinner with a purpose. We were there to purchase water filters for families in a village in Kenya. Sam, a native of the village, spoke to us about the need for clean water. He works for the non … Continue reading Help the Sisters Out
Do you have that friend or coworker who doesn't have a good word to say about anything? I do. It almost seems like he has the spiritual gift of complaining. I find myself wondering how one person can find so many faults with EVERY thing in his life! The sky is always falling. Do you … Continue reading The Sky is Falling
Acts 12:1-17 King Herod was killing Christians. He had John’s brother, James run through with the sword. And now he had Peter in prison. What was going to happen next? Were we all to suffer such a fate? Is this what it had come to? We had now gathered day after day praying for Peter’s safe … Continue reading Knock, knock. Who’s there?
It takes breath to speak words. Genesis 1:3 ~ Then God said, “Let there be light”; and there was light..." The Breath of God spoke the World into existence. At Breath on Paper we believe memorizing scripture is the best way to get the Word of God in our heart. Today we have chosen a beautiful verse to remind us … Continue reading Breath Day
Acts 12:13-15 To be honest I had a difficult time with this week's post. There was to much going on in my head that I could not find the words. I missed Sunday’s deadline for turning it in but I am hoping to have it written and ready to post by the end of the … Continue reading Seeing Is Believing
Something about this overly excited young girl makes me giggle. Perhaps it’s that I see a bit of myself in her character. A few things stick out to me most when reading this story of young Rhoda. First, the uncontainable elation that bursts from her upon hearing Peter’s voice at the door, after having been … Continue reading When God Answers
The humorous scene in the later part of Acts 12 is the focus of our posts this week. Peter, assisted by an angel, had been miraculously freed from the Cesarian prison. As he marvels at what God has just done, he heads for shelter at John Mark’s mother’s house. It must have been the middle … Continue reading Go and See for Yourself