Posts Tagged ‘ sacrifice ’

Looking with Love

26th July 2016 | 0 Comments

Recently I was meeting with a dear friend over coffee and we were sharing what God is teaching us about life and love. The subject of pride came up and how difficult it is to show grace to individuals who don’t think they need it. Immediately a story from Mark 10 came to mind. Jesus […]

Lifted Up

5th April 2012 | 0 Comments

A couple years ago, God inspired me with this poem during the season of Lent.  Tomorrow we celebrate Good Friday, the day in which God’s good plan was carried out–His plan to crush His own Son on our behalf. The good plan that would redeem us to Himself. The good plan that would satisfy His […]

The Lord’s Good Plan

16th March 2012 | 0 Comments

The boys and I are memorizing Isaiah 53 together. As we have memorized each verse we have talked about its meaning. This passage, although written in beautiful poetry actually describe the most unjust, heinous crime of all mankind against the only truly innocent Human to ever live.  Verse nine says, “He had done no wrong […]


11th November 2011 | 0 Comments

I was listening to a message today on Matthew 14 and was struck again by the beauty of God’s ways among us. Jesus fed thousands of people with one boy’s sack lunch! Being a believer since childhood, holds with it the danger of losing the tingle of excitement that should accompany the amazing stories of […]