Bite of Bread: Gabriel’s Visits (December 16-22)

  One of my favorite parts of the Christmas story is Gabriel’s visits to Zechariah and  Elizabeth and their relative, Mary. They were normal, everyday people visited by the angel who came from the presence of God to bring them news that they were chosen. Zechariah was told that his prayer had been heard. How many of … Continue reading “Bite of Bread: Gabriel’s Visits (December 16-22)”

Are You Being Tested?

“Then Jesus was led by the Spirit into the desert to be tempted by the devil.” Matthew 4:1 The call of God does not come without a price nor does it come without a test. If you’ve been called by God, you are more than likely either in the midst of a trial, you’ve been through one, … Continue reading “Are You Being Tested?”

Bite of Bread: November 12-18

    Tuesday: Psalm 4:6-8 Wednesday: Ephesians 1:5 Thursday: Psalm 16:7,8 Friday: Matthew 6:31-34 Saturday: Philippians 1: 9-11 Sunday: Ephesians 6:17,18 Monday: James 3:17,18   I would love to hear how the Bread of Life is speaking to you. Leave a comment or post on my Andy Lee (Author) page. Remember, your words encourage others! … Continue reading “Bite of Bread: November 12-18”

Bite of Bread: Bible Reading for October 29-November 4

  We all know that breakfast is the most important meal of the day. Our morning spiritual breakfast is really important too. Do you start your day with a healthy bite of Bread from heaven or do you race to the chores of the day without proper spiritual nourishment? You can print this post or grab a … Continue reading “Bite of Bread: Bible Reading for October 29-November 4”

The Parable of the Lost Keys

    Frantic steps rushed up and down the stairs, through the hallway, into another room. Like a mime on a busy street corner, no words were needed to tell the story unraveling. My daughter was late, and her car keys were playing hide-n-seek. Suddenly the entire household spun into action—the treasure hunt was on. … Continue reading “The Parable of the Lost Keys”

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