That last week before His crucifixion was not an ordinary week. Jesus knew He was going to be crucified. Reading the account of that last night before His crucifixion in John 17, it is evident that Jesus’ thoughts were on us. We can look at this tremendous act of redemption and realize His great love for . . . → Read More: SANCTIFIED FOR US
Reading through the Bible, we learn how to worship God. Through the building of the Tabernacle and the Ark of the Covenant in the Book of Exodus, we learn holiness. Specific details are given for the measurements, the materials, and the implements for worship. Those things used for God were not to be used elsewhere, for . . . → Read More: RESERVED FOR GOD
This past week marked the 40th anniversary of the landmark abortion permission decision in the case called Roe v. Wade. The year was 1973 when Justices of the Supreme Court decided abortion was to be allowed, a right protected under the Constitution. Since then, abortion has been a sad testimony of this country’s changing values under . . . → Read More: PRESERVING THE BABIES
A Christmas Nativity
Countless numbers of people are talking about the tragedy at Sandy Hook Elementary School. I read in a blog that some people are cancelling Christmas this year, even taking down their decorations because their joy of Christmas has been destroyed. Despite the sorrow and numbness of our hearts, we can still find joy . . . → Read More: Finding Christmas in the Midst of Tragedy
Keep the Light of God’s Love Burning
In these dark days, Believers must keep the light burning to ward off the evil and change the hearts and minds of all mankind. As we celebrate the birth of our Savior Jesus this Christmas, let us be reminded of the wonderful light of hope through Jesus Christ. For . . . → Read More: KEEP THE LIGHT BURNING
What are you thankful for this Thanksgiving Day? What fills your heart with such unspeakable joy you can do nothing but shout your thanks? What is really the most important thing in your life?
As this special time of giving thanks fades into the past, I think many will feel frustrated, tired, irritable, and empty. . . . → Read More: A CLOSING THANKSGIVING THOUGHT…
Thank you to all those who have served the U.S.A. in the military. We appreciate your sacrificial service to uphold the principles of freedom and democracy.
Many in our family have served in just about every war and in times of peace. Some are serving now. Thank you! We are proud of you!
There have been many wars, . . . → Read More: WE SALUTE OUR VETERANS!
An alternative choice to abortion is adoption! November is National Adoption Month proclaimed first in 1990 by President Gerald Ford. What began as a week long recognition of adoption soon expanded to month long activities and gatherings to celebrate adoption.
The primary goal of the month is to find families for children currently . . . → Read More: November is National Adoption Month!