David, in Psalm 142, prays “I Cry Aloud To The Lord… I Tell Him My Trouble“. As God’s children, called by His name, we can seek absolute refuge as did David. And then end with exclamations of praise. Are you able to turn to God when life throws you curveballs?
“O Little, Blink-And-You-Miss-It, Insignificant, More-Village-Than-Town, Bethlehem“… Instead of Jerusalem, it is out of this not-even-worthy-of-the-ink-used-to-show-it-on-a-map kind of place that God worked an amazing miracle. Could He do the same out of your weaknesses?
The words “Even though He were rich, for your sakes He became poor…” seem to easily slip off the tongue, especially round Christmas time with many children acting out lines in various nativity plays. Yet, does the enormity of these words sink in?
The closing chapters of Daniel present one last apocalyptic vision, one that is simpler to understand. In Daniel’s time it was all of the future, but for us now it is part history, part future. Christ on earth was foretold, and He has been. The End Times are still to come. Are you ready?
Certain aspects of life are affected not only by things beyond our control, but also by things invisible to us. The fact that God will not be fooled or thwarted does not mean schemes are not being continually devised to undermine our awareness of Him. But who is it that is devising these schemes, and […]
We are made privy to a vision that God experiences, a vision of a man exclaiming his wonder and amazement of this awesome God. Then he lies prostrate pleading fervently for the forgiveness of God’s people, a people that have turned from God. Daniel’s prayer is so powerful God sends Gabriel to deliver a message. […]
There is a little voice in each of us that whispers “wouldn’t you just love to know what’s around the next corner“. This urge can be so strong that even empty promises can tempt us into a false hope; yet, life is not like that. So can a vision experienced by Daniel point us to […]
A lame man is lowered through a roof to be near Jesus, and walks out carrying his mat under his arm. But the importance of Jesus’ words just before He heals the man are often overlooked; “Friend, your sins are forgiven”. Did Jesus know something about this man, or are these words something each of […]