Month: August 2017

Your Job As A Parent

The Bible says, “As an eagle stirreth up her nest, fluttereth over her young, spreadeth abroad her wings, taketh them, beareth them on her wings” (Deuteronomy 32:11). What is an eagle doing when she does this? She is teaching her… Read More ›

Let The Fire Fall

Surely, there has never been a more critical time for a Christ-honoring, soul-saving fire from heaven revival! In the book of 1 Kings, we learn of a time similar to what we are experiencing today and it gives us application… Read More ›

Inspect The Fruit

We live in a generation that talks a lot about the gifts of the Spirit, like prophecy, tongues, miracles, helps, and giving. Many are saying, “This is my gift, what is your gift?” “How can I know my gift? How… Read More ›

Make A Leap Of Faith

There comes a time when you have to make a leap of faith.  Faith goes beyond logic.  When Jesus was with those tired, hungry people following Him, He called to Phillip, “How are we going to feed these people? There… Read More ›

The Letter

The letter arrived quite unexpectedly and Alex wished with all of his being that he hadn’t opened it at all because then he wouldn’t have known exactly what had caused it. Could he have lived with himself then? A question… Read More ›

Redeemed By His Blood

I read that Abraham Lincoln, who hated slavery, was in the slave market one day. He saw a beautiful young slave girl being auctioned off to lecherous men bidding on her to make her their dirty plaything. Abraham Lincoln began… Read More ›

This Amazing Grace

Grace is the most beautiful word in the Bible other than Jesus. Grace is what makes God love us when there is nothing lovely about us. Romans 5:8 says, “But God commendeth His love toward us, in that, while we… Read More ›

National Repentance

Often I wonder, will oceans of tears and rivers of blood be the price this nation pays for flaunting its rebellion in the eyes of a righteous, holy God? Our only hope is in repentance. “If My people, which are… Read More ›

Admit Your Sin

There’s a story about a king who visited a slave ship. He went below to talk to those who were chained to the oars, and he asked one man, “Why are you here?” “Sire,” he said, “I don’t know why… Read More ›