Moving right along, this week we are looking at the beautiful AND godly Abigail. The last sermon I heard on Abigail was nearly a year ago. Funny that I remember that. To a group of nearly a thousand women, Lysa TerKeurst, told Abigail's story, pointing out that she was married to the dirty, rotten scoundrel, … Continue reading Unequally Yoked
I was reading a story of a man who’d arrived at the airport to check in for a flight with his young daughter. He was under the impression that his daughter could fly free, because he’d made the reservation when she was a year old. The attendant at the counter informed him that the airline … Continue reading Decisons Decisions
Have you ever had moments where your life flashed before your eyes? Riding in the car with my sister created some of those moments for me. It seemed like every time she got behind the wheel of a car the other drivers on the road would trigger some foolish road rage within her. I will … Continue reading Everybody Plays The Fool
Today we take time to reflect on a precious verse and a beautiful song. We call it Word & Worship. OUR WORD for TODAY: The Lord is fathful to keep His promises. It's easy to grow weary when we're waiting for the promises of God to manifest in our lives. We start to wonder if there will ever be … Continue reading Word & Worship
We take a Breath Day today. A day to breathe in a Powerful Promise from His Word. A day to breathe out a Prayerful Praise to our Heavenly Father. Give all your worries and cares to God, for he cares about you. 1 Peter 5:7 What matters to you matters to God. You might think … Continue reading Breath Day
The skill of strategy is lost on me. I was ten years old, and my dad decided it was time to teach me and my little brother how to play chess. He explained the movement and purpose of each piece. The king is the most valuable piece, followed by the queen, then the bishop. The knights and … Continue reading Checkmate: strategizers, players, and kings
Bitterness! Oh what a loaded word! When I hear it, no matter the context, it gives me a twinge of anxiety and causes my mind to wander to different crevices of my heart. Some of these filled long ago, but others still very tender, even today. It’s in those tender places that I can feel … Continue reading Bitterness Can Destroy, Even a Princess!