Category Archive: scripture

For God Is For Me ~ Gratitude

“When I cry unto Thee, then shall mine enemies turn back: this I know; for God is for me.”-Psalm 56:9 It seems today that we are surrounded by enemies on every side, but… Continue reading

one thousand gifts ~ Ann Voskamp

Every morning…almost every morning… for more than 25 years now… my husband wakes everyone up and gives us 15 minutes to get ready and come to Bible Study…In our house we decided a… Continue reading

Arise, Get Up and Go To the Potter’s House…

I have a great lesson to teach you there… I went down to the potter’s house…in the center stood a large wheel and all around there were shelves with clay pots …some were… Continue reading

Yesterday’s Grief ~ Continuing Thankfulness

I love the way poets and writers are able to paint pictures with words. A dear friend of mine wrote these words in an email the other day… “I am going now to… Continue reading

Get in, Get in, Get in, Get in…

“And knew not until the flood came, and took them all away: so shall also the coming of the Son of man be.” Matthew 24:39 Think about this for a minute… Noah’s Ark,… Continue reading

Thankfulness~1000 Gifts

345 I am thankful for all the ways that our heavenly Father speaks to us… 346 For the Holy Spirit that teaches us all things… I am not a Catholic, but at one… Continue reading

Multitude Monday

I love it when Monday rolls around now, and I can add to my list of a 1000 gifts to be thankful for. If you want to join this beautiful gratitude community click… Continue reading

a study on the word ~stand~ part 4

~BRING~ Yes… bring … At first when I contemplated this word I honestly could not get any inspiration of how this might pertain to ‘stand’. I checked Strong’s Concordance and Englishman’s and then… Continue reading

‘If/Then Scriptures’ ~ Understanding Unconditional and Conditonal Love

Some Christians have told me that we must love others unconditionally as Christ loved us. There is truth to this, but in reading the Word and coming across some scriptures, let’s call them… Continue reading