One of the reasons we are to pray continuously is because sometimes, our initial prayers are rubbish. That might be a bit of a harsh way to put it, but it’s true. Sometimes when we come before God and we start praying, He’s looking at us like, “What is this child saying? Does she know who … Continue reading Raising a Poverty-Minded Generation
So you read the Dissertation on 21st Century Romance and you found yourself somewhere in the mix. You decided to get out of that bad relationship, and you’re now committed to being completely healed of the insecurities that got you there in the first place, and the wounds you incurred from abuse. You even know that you … Continue reading Who Are You Anyway?
Little children are very interesting. They are the epitome of unconditional love. You spank your child one minute and the next minute they come to you and kiss you goodnight. Before that, they want to sit in your lap and just hug you. Adults are good at keeping grudges, but not little children. They forget … Continue reading Don’t Leave the Presence!
Have you ever heard a song playing on the radio that you just couldn’t bear? Or maybe it’s a place: you walk in, and you instinctively want to turn back and race for the door…memories. You remember when that song was THE song: the melody never failed to lift your soul and there were no … Continue reading When You’ve Done Everything
One of my pet peeves is false humility: when people try to put themselves down to seem as though they were on the same level with others. Some do this in an attempt to make people feel comfortable around them, while others do it to look humble. To the latter group, the mere fact that … Continue reading Spoiled Brat Alert!
A very important meeting is being held in heaven. God is sharing His fantastic plan of salvation with Jesus and the Holy Spirit. You’re Jesus, and at some point in the plan you, you get to die in place of all humanity, you know … all the sinners, which sounds really cool except … wait … Continue reading The Distinguishing Mark of A Father