grief, Word Wednesday

Lessons learned from David’s life: It’s okay to be mad at God when a loved one dies

  If you have time, read 1 Chronicles 13. It’s one of those painful stories in the Bible when God seems harsh. A man died because he touched the ark of God while moving it back to Jerusalem. His name was Uzzah. He was David’s friend, and when he died, David got mad at God. The Bible says that David …

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Bible Reading Plan, grief, prayer

Bible Reading Plan: Does God Always Answer?

In the past 4 years, I’ve written almost 600 posts. Strolling through my archives, I found this one written in 2011. It seemed fitting for our 30 Day Prayer Challenge.(click to read) If you are having trouble praying expectantly and thankfully, maybe this will help…. I went treasure hunting in the dark today. (Reading my Bible before sunrise.) This is what I found: …

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cancer, confession, fear, grief, prayer, prophecy, Psalms, scripture, Trust

I’m Afraid of Rainbow Blobs!: What’s Your Fear?

 He will have no fear of bad news; his heart is steadfast, trusting in the Lord. His heart is secure, he will have no fear. (Psalm 112:7,8).A few years ago it seemed that every day I saw a piece of a rainbow. Not a whole rainbow, or half a rainbow, but an inch of one. I’m sure there is …

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