Choosing Life, Christ, Coming to God, Cross, Faith, Forgiveness, Free Indeed, Grace, Healing, Hope, In Christ, Love of God, Mercy Not Sacrifice, Praise, Prayer of Salvation, Rescue, Righteousness, Salvation, Sinners Prayer, Uncategorized

Don’t Call the Governor Just Yet

Grace. We speak this word so freely. It rolls off our tongue, but does it live in our hearts. Who has your heart imprisoned? Are you the guard at the gates? Is someone else? Why? [Tweet "Our pardon was purchased on Calvary. CONDEMNATION is no longer for you or I. We are engulfed in grace.… Continue reading Don’t Call the Governor Just Yet

Courage, Grace, Hope, In Christ, Love of God, Renewing the Mind, Rescue, Treasures of Darkness

Moment with God: Hope

It is a word tossed around on seas of trial and tribulation,  about an anchor that holds fast and true. It is perspective, that eyes the valley from the mountaintop. It is a firm place to stand when you find yourself overcome with waves of depression. It is what propels us over the hurdles of… Continue reading Moment with God: Hope

Free Indeed, Grace, In Christ, Let's Be Real, Let's Get Real, Mercy Not Sacrifice, Remembrance, Uncategorized

Have It and Eat it Too

  For by grace you have been saved through faith and that not of yourselves, it is the gift of God.  Ephesians 2:8 For do I now persuade men or God? Galatians 1:10 The Simulcast I brought everything I needed to the conference.   I had my pass, my journal,  my Bible, my thirst for the… Continue reading Have It and Eat it Too

Encouragement, In Christ

Imperfect Perfection

and that you put on the new man which was created according to God, in true righteousness and holiness. Ephesians 4:24 NKJV I glare over from my quiet time and see a heap of a mess staring back at me.  The placemat the children and I made in Bible study together.  Actually, it is the… Continue reading Imperfect Perfection

Communion, Identity, In Christ, Journey To and Through the Cross, Mercy Not Sacrifice, Profess, Remembrance, Righteousness

Journey: Do You Remember?

How I Know The Lord knew that we would struggle with condemnation.  He knew our biggest fear was failing Him.  How do I know? Because... One night long ago... 23 ...the Lord Jesus, on the night he was betrayed, took bread, 24 and when he had given thanks, he broke it and said, “This is my body, which is… Continue reading Journey: Do You Remember?