Category Archives: Insight

God’s Word and His Will

The two disappointments of any child in the world who gets a balloon is—–>if it suddenly pops, or if it gets away and floats slowly out of sight. The same can be true for any Child of God when it … Continue reading

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Afresh

Great is His faithfulness; His mercies begin afresh each morning. The Lord is good to those who depend on Him, to those who search for Him. Let them sit alone in silence beneath the Lord’s demands. Let them lie face … Continue reading

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Revelation of God’s Grief

When it comes to success in the Christian walk, I have heard many Christians use the term “_____ is the key!” Depending on whom you listen to, it varies. Faith is the key! Wisdom is the key! Love is the … Continue reading

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Thirst

I never realized how the subject of THIRST runs through the New Testament the way it does until someone pointed it out to me recently. Of course, I was already aware of John chapter 4 about the story of Jesus … Continue reading

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Rent-in-Two to Knocking

As I was doing my daily Bible reading in the book of Leviticus and the gospel of Mark, something jumped out at me that never did before. It was when the high priest Caiaphas tore his clothing. What jumped out … Continue reading

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God’s Mirror

Holding the mystery of the faith with a pure conscience. (I Timothy 3:9 NKJV) The wind blows where it wishes, and you hear the sound of it, but cannot tell where it comes from and where it goes. So is … Continue reading

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Jonah Spirit

Two of the Minor Prophets spoke exclusively to and about Nineveh, the capital of the Assyrian Empire: Jonah, in about 785 BC, reluctantly delivered a message of mercy to the great city. Nahum, about 150 years later in 630 BC, … Continue reading

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