An Always Loving Father

“Whom should we love, if not Him who loved us, and gave himself for us?” –Augustus Toplady “Fear not, little flock; for it is your Father’s good pleasure to give you the kingdom.” Luke 12:32 Our heavenly Father chooses to passionately love us. It is a truthful and careful love. It discerns you fully, and yet HeContinue reading “An Always Loving Father”

Frailty Doesn’t Disqualify Us

by Terry Powell, “God keeps a person usable by keeping him weak.” – Ron Dunn An incident in Jack Murray’s life showed that weakness is not a hindrance to usefulness in God’s kingdom. His son, George, told this story in chapel while he served as President of Columbia International University. Jack, a traveling evangelist decadesContinue reading “Frailty Doesn’t Disqualify Us”

Learning to Lean [Intimacy]

  “One of His disciples, whom Jesus loved [whom He esteemed and delighted in], was reclining [next to Him] on Jesus’ bosom.”   John 13:23, Amplified  “One of the disciples, the one Jesus loved dearly, was reclining against him, his head on his shoulder.”   John 13:23, The Message The apostle, traditionally John, is foundContinue reading “Learning to Lean [Intimacy]”

Despondency and David’s Theology

For those on the mat and wrestling, things can move very fast.  Our adversary is strong, and he knows us too well.  He is counterintuitive and quite aware of the sequence of moves needed to pin us to the floor.  He is dangerous.  And he also despises us. I get bewildered and rattled by hisContinue reading “Despondency and David’s Theology”