One More Night With the Frogs

9 “You set the time!” Moses replied. “Tell me when you want me to pray for you, your officials, and your people. Then you and your houses will be rid of the frogs. They will remain only in the Nile River.” 10 “Do it tomorrow,” Pharaoh said. Exodus 8:9-10, NLT Often there comes a point in aContinue reading “One More Night With the Frogs”

Hardly Indispensable: A Leader’s View

13″ The next day, Moses took his seat to hear the people’s disputes against each other. They waited before him from morning till evening. 14 When Moses’ father-in-law saw all that Moses was doing for the people, he asked, “What are you really accomplishing here? Why are you trying to do all this alone while everyone standsContinue reading “Hardly Indispensable: A Leader’s View”

A Cup of Cold Water in Jesus’ Name— by Jonathan Coe

Not everyone who is wounded is a wounded healer. Put another way, it’s possible to be wounded and suffer significant loss and not use that wound to minister healing to others. Much of this is related to how we go through the grieving process associated with our wound and loss. I learned this when I went throughContinue reading “A Cup of Cold Water in Jesus’ Name— by Jonathan Coe”

Touching Isn’t the Same as Plunging

” A man is only as holy as he wants to be.” —A.W. Tozer Our will is always a significant issue.  Our heavenly Father never diminishes it, but it seems our will is inviolable and considered untouchable.  The Lord brings us, but He will never make us, or drive us.  There is a deep kindness inContinue reading “Touching Isn’t the Same as Plunging”