One of the privileges of being a child of God is that at times, He shakes you up. It's all through the Bible. When Moses led the children Israel to the mountain of God, Mount Sinai, it is recorded in Hebrews 12 that he said, "I exceedingly fear and quake:" God shook him up. There … Continue reading The Loving Father Who Shakes Things Up
How much does God so LOVE the world?“...He gave His only begotten Son.” How much does God so HATE sin?“...He gave His only begotten Son.” Seeing both the love and hatred of God helps us have a balanced view of Him, of ourselves, and of sin.
So we need every godly individual we can to get out and vote in the coming election. This message always comes out loud and clear whenever an election season approaches. Question: where are all these individuals who will vote righteously going to come from...? Christian American families, we need some long term vision. There is … Continue reading No Way to Preserve Freedom Without a Godly Seed
Spring is a happy season, when the world comes to life again from the cold winter months. Blossoms bud, birds warble, brooks bubble, as warmth and color flows into the cold barren land once again. There is nothing more wonderful and beautiful than life. We can reminisce about happy spring through the winter months, but … Continue reading Life is Good
Lately, our family has been enjoying reading together the Chronicles of Narnia Series by C.S. Lewis. We love to read books as a family when we have the time, especially when they are of the sort that everyone is pleading for more at the end of every chapter. These books are of value in every … Continue reading He’s Not a Tame Lion
God wants His children to sing! It is a fitting and beautiful thing when the redeemed, those made righteous by the blood of the Lamb, can't help but to rejoice in their Lord with the God-given creation of singing and music! (Psalm 33:1-3) But, what is it that keeps His people from singing? I don't … Continue reading He Keeps Me Singing
I recently had the opportunity to say a few words at our local homeschool graduation ceremony. Here is a portion of what I was able to share with the graduates and their families. All days eventually do come. For most of you, and possibly all of you, it seems like you have waited a very … Continue reading All Days Eventually Come
I had warned him... I had told my friend that I had never played golf before, but he insisted that I join him for a round of 18 holes at a local high-class golf course. By the second hole, and after the numerous groups we had let bypass us, he knew he had made a … Continue reading Learn to Do, or Do to Learn?
My wife and family of eight children waited impatiently behind me as I inserted the key into the lock of our front door. A faint aroma teased my sense of smell. As we stepped into the front hallway, we were overtaken by the savory scent of roast beef, potatoes, and carrots cooking. (Hear a choir … Continue reading Preparing for the Meal
We've all been there: pull into the parking lot of the church 30 seconds before Sunday School. Plaster on a smile as you rush to get the kids and yourself to class. Where's my Bible? Oh yeah, it's in the car... better go get it. Wow, this shirt sure wrinkles quickly. Did anyone remember to … Continue reading Are You Prepared for Sunday?