Welcome to Advent! The term is from the Latin word meaning "the coming, or arrival." It is a season of holy anticipation and disciplined waiting... more of a contented peace while listening with prophetic hope for the nativity of Jesus.
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Today has been a day filled with mixed emotions. The most unwanted, and dare I even say it, the most “hated” president in history, will move into 1600 Pennsylvania Ave. (the White House) in January. What are we supposed to do with
I’ve known it for a while now… I wasn’t hearing everything around me. I'm not saying I needed hearing aids… I just wasn’t hearing everything around me
Campfires… I’ve been a passionate fan of the flame for as long as I can remember. As a kid we went camping all the time and camping wasn’t camping without a fire. Each night (and sometimes even the next morning) we would light a fire. Those fires had so many purposes...
I woke up today begging and desperate for numerous answers that seem to be evading me… and apparently everyone else around me as well. I know the answers aren’t going to be found in democracy, socialism, gun control, or acknowledging that black or blue lives matter.
I was thinking about it the other day and realized, Jesus didn’t really say a lot in His recorded life and ministry. I wondered, how much did Jesus actually say?
The Spirits of Pride and Poverty are traps found on opposite sides of the provision in our lives. They are both focused on things rather than focused on God.
The fear of being left alone petrifies most people. Fortunately, Jesus calls us from loneliness to solitude. Loneliness is inner emptiness. Solitude is inner fulfillment.