Thankfulness is the language of the Kingdom. It opens our heart to receive God’s grace for whatever trial, test or temptation we are facing. It expresses our faith, and at the same time opens our heart for the building up of our faith.
My heart yearns to see others experience the truths that have so wonderfully changed and empowered Trish and my lives.
I truly understand—and share—that appreciation for and passion for life that I saw in those other cancer survivors a decade ago.
Life always comes out of death.
This has been a good—hard—year. Through an extended battle with Covid and it’s side effects, it’s been a year to learn much, grow spiritually, become more aware of His presence, and see the power of prayer.
There are a lot of things from this year that I never want to repeat, but I thank You for Your faithfulness through it all.
Why am I still here? Does prayer help those who are ill or injured? How important is the will to live?
It was a simple white frame building, similar in construction to the three houses lined up down the dirt street to the east of it. I walked up the steps onto the wooden porch and was immediately charmed as I entered the old, country, general store. Wood planks made up…
Christian extremism is constantly seeking Him, being constantly renewed to deeper knowledge of Him, and constantly giving thanks to Him.
One of the first things we need to realize is that the death, burial and resurrection of Christ, are ours. Rather, spiritually, we participate or take part in, and receive the benefits, of His dying, burial and conquering death by rising to life again. Dallas Willard in his book, Divine…