There is one instance when Jesus asked His disciples for comfort, for friendship, and for support. It’s found in Matthew 26, Luke 22 and Mark 14. I’ve included all 3 accounts so that you can read it all in one place. I could write all day about the significance of this event just before Jesus… Continue reading In the time of your deepest feelings…Jesus knows how you feel.
“I cry aloud with my voice to the Lord; I make supplication with my voice to the Lord.” (vs 1) “I cry aloud”…Why are we so often afraid to actually speak out loud to God? And the word there really means to shriek from anguish or danger. Are we worried that if He really knew what we were feeling He… Continue reading Being honest with God from Psalm 142
How do we as believers deal with anger and other emotions? Jesus was rejected, despised, frustrated and compassionate, but what about angry? Hmmm…Anger is one of those topics we as Christians do not often want to deal with; it feels unsafe, and is often a misunderstood emotion. It’s not talked about very much except perhaps in… Continue reading Did Jesus ever get angry?
“I cry aloud with my voice to the Lord; I make supplication with my voice to the Lord.” (vs 1) “I cry aloud”…Why are we so often afraid to actually speak out loud to God? And the word there really means to shriek from anguish or danger. Are we worried that if He really knew what we… Continue reading Psalm 142 – being honest with God
“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
“Our Room of Needs” is a type of devotional for those who are embarking on a process of emotional, spiritual or any sort of healing of the heart and mind. Whether this process is aided by a professional counselor or not, these writings can be a wonderful tool for you, so that you know you… Continue reading Our Room of Needs