Braiding Yourself Up With God

Yet those who wait for the LordWill gain new strength;They will mount up with wings like eagles,They will run and not get tired,They will walk and not become weary. Isaiah 40:31, NASB The particular word “wait” is a vital force. It’s not a passive word in the Scriptures. It does not mean to be apatheticContinue reading “Braiding Yourself Up With God”

Loyalty to Our Friends

“Loyalty and truth preserve the king,          And he upholds his throne by righteousness.”  Prov. 20:28  “Through these fields of destruction, baptism of fire I’ve watched all your suffering, as the battles raged higher And though they did hurt me so bad, in the fear and alarm You did not desert me, my brothers in arms”Continue reading “Loyalty to Our Friends”

A Holy Romance

What if I told you that the universe was built for romance.  To be sure both scientists and psychiatrists might see that idea both simplistic and perhaps even dangerous. And while we may not understand life as clearly as we could, it surely isn’t a passionate romance– or is it? Please consider: Why couldn’t the universe beContinue reading “A Holy Romance”

Battle Scars

It is a bad habit to try to teach without personal knowledge. We can preach, and yet we do not possess. This is one of the occupational hazards of those of us in our profession. It also seems to carry a horrible curse of spiritual sterility, that the wise believer can discern. It’s been 13 yearsContinue reading “Battle Scars”