Proverbs 3:1-6 – how we approach God’s word

Have you ever wanted to read the Bible and felt a twinge of fear or distress, wondering if you were going to find yet one more thing wrong with you that needed fixing? Have you ever felt a sense of drudgery and duty in reading His word? You know reading the Word is what Christians… Continue reading Proverbs 3:1-6 – how we approach God’s word

Sarah – God’s gift of grace

I’d like to share some insights into the life of Abraham’s wife, Sarah.  Sarah is known for having the child of promise, Isaac; the child who came after her womb was dead. But I was thinking about Sarah in relation to receiving from God. I think there’s more to her life than meets the eye.… Continue reading Sarah – God’s gift of grace

John 4 – the woman at the well

In John 4 we find the record of a woman who came to a well to draw water at a time of day when no one else was around. We read there that she came alone because she didn’t want to hear the gossip of the other women (about her). She had a reputation of… Continue reading John 4 – the woman at the well

Luke 17:3-10 – having faith the size of a mustard seed and what it means…

Luke 17 begins with Jesus telling His disciples about those who intentionally put stumbling blocks (temptations to sin) before others. After Jesus talks about that, He tells the disciples to be on their guard, or, take heed to themselves that if a brother sins,(or puts a stumbling block in front of you) rebuke him and… Continue reading Luke 17:3-10 – having faith the size of a mustard seed and what it means…

Proverbs 30:5-6 – how God’s word is tested

“Every word of God is tested; He is a shield to those who take refuge in Him. Do not add to His words lest He reprove you, and you be proved a liar.” One can read these two verses and come away with some fear. Does it provoke that type of response in you? It does seem… Continue reading Proverbs 30:5-6 – how God’s word is tested

The Feelings of Jesus

Have you lost sight of Jesus? Do you wonder if He knows how you feel today? Does He concern Himself with your life, emotions, or wounds? We’ve lost sight of the fact that He walked in our skin. Sometimes we avoid going to Him because we think He can’t possibly understand what our lives are… Continue reading The Feelings of Jesus

Living Words: An Artistic Conversation

Welcome to a collection of meditations on various Scriptures. The illustrations with the text are abstract in nature because we often tend to see God’s work in our lives as abstract and yet, to God it is in perfect step with what He is doing. The Holy Spirit ‘seems’ to work in an abstract way… Continue reading Living Words: An Artistic Conversation