31 Scriptures on God’s Faithfulness

Faithfulness. It’s a word that means steady and trustworthy. It’s something all of us need. We need faithful friends, lovers, and teachers. But we live in a world where faithfulness is not valued. Whether it’s in marriage or a job, many don’t work through the hard times. It’s easier to flee. I’m not pointing fingers … Continue reading “31 Scriptures on God’s Faithfulness”

Praying God's Names

Using the Names of God and Jesus to Help You Pray with Power

I don’t think the world has ever collectively felt the need to pray as we do now. Perhaps in past war times, depressions, or other pandemics, but not in recent decades. So many need our prayers. Governing authorities from our local and state governments to our federal law makers need prayer. Our neighbors, friends, and … Continue reading “Using the Names of God and Jesus to Help You Pray with Power”

you are loved

Soak in God’s Love For You- 28 verses on God’s love

It’s that time of year. The time of hearts, candy, and red roses, the month of love. Some of us hate it, dread it, wish we could skip to March. Let’s face it, February can be painful unless our focus is on something or someone better which is the plan for this post. The plan … Continue reading “Soak in God’s Love For You- 28 verses on God’s love”

Fruit of the Holy Spirit Reading Plan

Starting the Year Right . . . with the Fruit of the Spirit

When the new year rolls around, I’m usually focused on how badly I’ve been eating and how much I need to eat fruit rather than chocolate. At 55 I’ve learned that a diet plan will only last for a week or two–if that long, so I shy away from those pesky resolutions that never work … Continue reading “Starting the Year Right . . . with the Fruit of the Spirit”

joy bible reading plan

A Christmas Bible Reading Plan on Joy

Joy is not always easy, especially during the holidays. If it weren’t already a sensitive time for many, the year 2020 has proven to be quite the challenge. Everywhere I look people around me seem to be battling tragedy–not just because of the pandemic but other gut-wrenching scenarios. Cancer. Job loss. Death. How do you … Continue reading “A Christmas Bible Reading Plan on Joy”

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