God is love. The fruit of the Spirit is love. Jesus’ commandment is to love. The perfect bond of unity… Read more
Jesus and His disciples had just finished their last meal together. As they finished, Jesus sent Judas to betray Him—quickly…. Read more
Last month, my blog topic was The Great Deception. I suggested that one of the top lies that Satan has… Read more
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Before I made the Live to Love Prayer a daily habit in my morning devotions, my days were agenda-driven. I approached each day with a “get-my-to-do-list-done” mentality. Consequently, I missed many people that God put in my path. For instance, I didn’t notice, much less care and pray for, the people in the park where we walk most days. I was there to get my two miles in so I could get to the next thing. That was true for trips to the store, barber, church, or restaurant.
What do you pray about on a daily basis? It’s probably common to most Christians to pray for God to guide them, protect them, and help them be successful in their endeavors and activities of the day.
“Whatever you ask in My name, that will I do, so that the Father may be glorified in the Son. If… Read more
“Light is sown like seed for the righteous and gladness for the upright in heart.” Psalm 97:11 A gardener plants the seeds of the food he wishes to eat. Once he plants them,… Read more
Let’s now consider the last of four new “love thoughts” that I present in my book, Live to Love. The focus of this thought is less on us and more on the impact of Jesus’ kind of love on the people around us.
Love Thought Number 3: The more someone doesn’t please us or do what we want or expect, the greater potential there is for God to be glorified as we know Him and experience His love for us, and then express His love to them.
It’s the Christmas season, so of course, our focus turns to the coming of Jesus to earth. We celebrate that glorious day when Jesus, the Son of God, the Christ, the Lord, the Savior of the world entered into our dark, fallen, condemned, useless existence. What value did He see in us? God’s description of mankind isn’t a pretty picture.