All posts in "Devotional"


By Martin Schmaltz / a couple of months ago

Suppose it is lunchtime and you are starving: you enter your favorite sandwich shop and place your order for that super deluxe dagwood special. As your sandwich arrives, you immediately realize something is wrong: the first clue – you are looking down at a pile of lettuce, no apparent bread. Upon closer examination you notice […]


Don’t Be Afraid

By Janae Stanford / a couple of months ago

Don’t be afraid to come to church and to get out and shout, lift up your hands, speaking in tongues, and cry out to Him Jesus I love you I worship you. And when you do this you feel so good inside. People that come to visit and also have visitors think we gone crazy […]


A Personal God In An Impersonal World

By Don Doran / a couple of months ago

A Personal God In An Impersonal World A while back my wife went to the bank to make a deposit. The teller told her after she had waited in line for several minutes; you know you should use the ATM instead of taking our time. We had four different accounts at the bank that we […]


Are You Plugged Into The Right Source?

By Lynne Conley / a couple of months ago

Are You Plugged Into The Right Source? By: Lynne Conley Scripture Text:  The LORD is my strength and song, and he is become my salvation: he is my God, and I will prepare him an habitation; my father’s God, and I will exalt him. Exodus 15:2 KJV I was at work the one night. I […]


When The Buzzards Circle

By Sheri Boulet / a couple of months ago

Ladies and Gentlemen, Brothers and Sisters, WE are at war. There is a war going on right at this very moment. Ephesians 6:12 For we wrestle not against flesh and blood, but against principalities, against powers, against the rulers of the darkness of this world, against spiritual wickedness in high places. There is a war […]


A Study Of The Life Of Jacob

By James Thornton / a couple of months ago

A Study Of The Life Of Jacob By James L. Thornton The experiences of the Saints and Bible Characters, both Godly, and ungodly, are useful guide-posts on the Heavenly Road. They help by counsel, caution, inspiration, comfort, and warning. A wise traveler will not despise any of them, but will listen, and watch, and learn […]


A Day of Intervention

By Debra Jones / a couple of months ago

A Day of Intervention Slowly her eyes opened, she was glad her husband was still asleep. She eased out of bed, and was careful not to wake him, for she had endured enough of his wrath the night before, in a drunken rage, he had chased them all with a butcher knife, lashing at them, […]


The Cost of Retribution

By Lynne Conley / a few months ago

The Cost of Retribution Joab was the son of Zerulah, the sister to King David. Joab was a general in David’s army. Joab was mostly accountable for the establishment of King David’s over the twelve tribes of Israel. He made harmony with his military rule of the empire. Joab was triumphant against the battle of […]


Pity: Party or Potty?

By Christine Carney / a few months ago

You know how people pray for the Lord to “open you the windows of heaven, and pour you out a blessing, that there shall not be room enough to receive it”? Yeah, well, THAT has NOT been the prayer du jour for this woman. In fact, quite the opposite: the windows were opened, but, it hasn’t been blessings […]

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