A person can know about the solar system, history, psychology, medicine, and have total recall of everything they read. Yet, in the matter of holy things, a child, or someone others may consider simple, can display a higher level of wisdom and understanding. Continue reading
One day when Catherine Marshall was flipping through an old Bible small slips of paper fell out. Each contained a prayer for her son, Peter John. As she read these decades-old requests, she discovered that every one had been answered. … Continue reading
You who have shown me many troubles and distresses will revive and renew me again, and will bring me up again from the depths of the earth. Psalm 71:20 AMP David wrote Psalm 71 in old age, the same David … Continue reading
Humility acknowledges the sufferings of Jesus and accepts that He suffered for us. Pride glosses over His sufferings and refuses to think about them. Humility acknowledges that only the cross erases sin. Pride says, “I’m not so bad, no worse … Continue reading
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She didn’t want her son to worry or be afraid so every day she chose to find good things they could enjoy. Most of the time she was the only one laughing. Continue reading
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When you set up the seven lamps in the lampstand, place them so their light shines forward . . . Numbers 8:2 NLT Missionaries Jonathan and Rosalind Goforth arrived in China in March 1888. Their assignment to open a new … Continue reading
Commit your way to the Lord; trust in him and he will do this: He will make your righteous reward shine like the dawn, your vindication like the noonday sun. Psalm 37:5,6 When Jonah opened his in-box he found a … Continue reading