Don’t Curse the Darkness
Mar29

Don’t Curse the Darkness

In the beginning, when God created the Earth, Genesis 1:2 tells us that the Earth was FORMLESS, EMPTY and DARK. But Genesis 1:3 tells us what God did to resolve that issue…He said “LET THERE BE LIGHT!” Notice that He didn’t say “Let the darkness and emptiness disappear.” The way God overcomes negative issues is by speaking the positive change that He desires. I believe He expects the same out of us. When you see darkness and emptiness...

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Speak Like the Maker
Mar28

Speak Like the Maker

One day long ago in eternity past, after his historic fall from Heaven’s splendor, Lucifer was roaming the ethereal regions when he happened upon Jehovah in the middle of His work of Creation. He lurked behind the shadows hoping to go unnoticed, but Jehovah, being aware of his presence and feeling extremely unthreatened, continued with His work. Lucifer was privy to the first moments of the Creation of the universe. Lucifer took...

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Two Trees
Mar24

Two Trees

There were two very important trees in the Garden of Eden. Of course, everyone remembers the Tree of the Knowledge of Good and Evil…that’s the one that Adam and Eve ate the fruit from, creating the separation between God and man. But little is known about the Tree of Life which was also in the Garden…mostly because once Adam and Eve sinned that Tree became off-limits to mankind… “off-limits” to the degree that God had to post an angel...

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Wasted!
Mar22

Wasted!

“What does the word ‘prodigal’ mean?” That was the question I asked the men in our Bible Study at the Mens Home for recovering drug and alcohol abusers. The guys gave it their best shot, but no one had the correct answer. I went on to tell them that the word “prodigal” means “wasteful,” so, the story of the Prodigal Son was about a Son who was WASTEFUL with what his father had given him. I asked the men if any of them had ever been...

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A Relationship with The King
Mar19

A Relationship with The King

Some people may ignore me, thinking that I’m not “polished enough”…that I am in a class slightly lower than theirs, undeserving to be included in their inner circle. But that’s okay with me…because I have a relationship with The King and He accepts me as I am and has given me His seal of approval. Why should I worry about a peasant’s opinion of me if I have a relationship with The King? Some people may not give me much respect here on...

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