2 Corinthians 5:1 For we know that if the tent, our earthly home, is torn down, we have a building from God—a home not made with human hands, eternal in the heavens. source Not my home of brick and mortar but my dwelling of flesh and bone and blood. When this home in which I reside
Month: December 2016
21 Now Yeshua left from there and went away to the region of Tyre and Sidon. 22 And behold, a Canaanite woman from that district came out and started shouting, “Have mercy on me, O Master, Ben-David! My daughter is severely tormented by a demon.” 23 But He did not answer her a word. . . . source A
My Jesus Calling started this way for today: Your needs . . . and so I asked what are my needs? Really what are my needs? What is it that I just imperatively have to have? And so I thought about it. I came up with one imperative need. I am not negating other needs,
GOD had said to Abraham take your only son, the son you love to the place I will show you and sacrifice him there. Genesis 22 Sacrificing is hard. Laying it down. Placing the knife to the throat of our desires is a hard, hard thing. Some times I do it better than others; perhaps
Just something for the page to stay in touch. 🙂 Oh Little Town of Bethlehem. Precious indeed! We added something new this year to our Christmas decorating. Funny story. Last year I commented while visiting family, “That looks like a Charlie Brown tree.” She said it is. 🙂 I knew then I had to have
The last scenes are worth the wait! This man was like no other one, Holy and human right from the start. This baby was God with us, this baby, this baby was Jesus; this baby was Jesus, this baby was Jesus. And He still is! The God/Man is alive for you!
Good Monday misty morning! Slept late. Coffee in hand. My oldest GRAND is still here! Life’s good! I’m reaching back this morning to bring an offering to today’s page. IDOK DEVOTION FOR WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 5, 2007 A word from Max Lucado from his book The Great House of God: We avoid pain and seek peace.