Some people today scoff at even the thought of God. They say, “If He’s so powerful, why doesn’t He do something about this mess?” Actually, this is nothing new. When Jesus was on this Earth as a man, humans tried to dictate to Him how He should use His power, too. Even His own disciples… Read More Day 204- Thankful for God’s power
Yesterday I had a very interesting experience. I had gone out to get groceries and was on my way home when I saw a woman standing at the bus stop in front of a convenience shop. She had suitcases and some other stuff with her, and I wondered if she was traveling or homeless and… Read More Day 181- Thankful that Jesus sets us free!
This morning, as I was reading the Word of God, a verse jumped out at me that I don’t remember ever having taken notice of before. “Seek the welfare of the city where I have sent you into exile, and pray to the LORD on its behalf; for in its welfare you will have welfare.”… Read More Pray for your city
When my first husband left me and the kids on the mission field, I was devastated. I totally did not see it coming. It was a shock. I felt like I was less than worthless. I was far from home, far from family, alone, but not really alone. I had God. I had my kids.… Read More Secrets of Tomorrow
It’s so dark. It’s so dank. The air is heavy, The atmosphere oppressive in this grotto, The dungeon of despair, And of hopelessness. I have some friends down there. They sit on the filthy floor among many others in the gloom, Some hugging their knees, All of them with their backs against the cold, stone… Read More Rescue from the Dungeon of Despair
A friend of mine was telling me about some of her camping experiences down by the river. She said that the raccoons were so persistent that she and her camping buddies just decided to make the most of it by having some fun with them. They would do things like tying a chicken leg to… Read More Wild Raccoons