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Category Archives: Daily Thoughts
Here is a word for you: You were not pleased with sacrifices and offerings. You have dug out two ears for me. You did not ask for burnt offerings or sacrifices for sin. Then I said, “I have come! It … Continue reading
The Life of a Garden We need to learn to be totally set apart for the Lord’s use and pleasure. Think of everything that involves your personality, your mind, emotions and will as a special garden. Not a public garden … Continue reading
A few days ago I had you turn to the the first chapter of Luke and read something that is normally read during the Christmas season, which is quite the shame. Jesus’ birth is the most amazing event in human … Continue reading
Yesterday Christians celebrated what we call, “Palm Sunday.” It commemorates the triumphal entry of Jesus into Jerusalem to celebrate the Passover. The gospels record the arrival of Jesus riding into the city on a donkey, while the crowds spread their … Continue reading
I was thinking about the day, the late night/early morning, actually, when I came to the Lord. I met Him in the midst of tears and brokenness. I saw how deep my depravity was compared to His Holiness and how … Continue reading
I realized something . . . the only time we focus on the birth of our Lord is during the Christmas season. Why is that? It is such an amazing event, it should be the highlight of every day!
Just like any other good shepherd, Jesus goes ahead of His sheep, looking for rich grazing areas and fertile ground. Then He plants and cultivates rich food for them. He will take out any poisonous weeds that would hurt them, … Continue reading
As many of you know, I have developed an appreciation for what we call the Old Testament. One thing that has grown for me is an understanding of the nature and character of our Lord. I have learned—or maybe it … Continue reading
Many of us have “stuff” we are dealing with. It could be financial, possibly health or even relationships. I could go on and on describing the situations and circumstances that could be stealing our peace and unstettling our faith. Yet … Continue reading