All posts in "Words Of Encouragement"

Jesus Hug

By Phyllis Corbin / yesterday

Jesus Hug Have you ever had a “Jesus hug”, Do you know what one feels like? If you’ve never had a “Jesus hug”, I pray one day you might. A “Jesus hug” is different, As far as hugging goes; It’s a little taste of Heaven, Here on earth below. Only those who love the Lord, […]


Be Watchful Like Birds

By Don Doran / a day ago

Good morning! The other morning I was sitting along a country road waiting for the time to pick up a passenger. I caught a motion out of the corner of my eye and turned to see a blue jay land across the street. I find birds to be interesting and sat watching him for as […]


It Is Well: Her Faith doesn’t Falter

By SoShawna Gray / a couple of days ago

It Is Well: Her Faith doesn’t Falter Her son was dead. Her promise lay lifeless in her arms. She had been living a simple life, performing a small ministry of hospitality for the spiritual leader when he came by her husband’s home. She hadn’t even asked for this blessing, but it had been granted to […]


Storms of Life!

By Debra Jones / a few days ago

The Storms of Life Don’t you just hate the way the enemy weaves deception, chaos, confusion, and strife to the point you lose focus on your spiritual walk by only thinking about your problems, issues, and trials, till all your attention is on you; yourself. I, like many Christians, have been going through, what I […]


Our Uninvited Evil Guest

By Diana Alvarez / 5 days ago

Fear gripped our house at midnight. It was a Friday night not like any other Friday night. Our college bound children had informed us prior that we were to provide shelter to six youth-aged visitors they were bringing home. My husband and I agreed that we could easily accommodate them, and that was what we […]


He’s God Of The Mondays Too

By Susan Niswonger / 7 days ago

I am a Facebook junkie!  I love being connected to friends and family, sharing amusing stories and pictures of our kids and grandkids.  Most amazing, however, is the insight into each person’s personality and philosophy that I’m given by the multiple updates posted each day.  Matthew 12:34 tells us that it is from the abundance […]


Words Of Wisdom For My Children

By Susan Niswonger / a couple of weeks ago

These are some words of wisdom that I’ve learned after 51 years of living. 1.      Your parents don’t really get smarter, you just learn to listen. 2.      You only get one time around; make every day count. 3.      Nothing you can do can ever make me stop loving you. 4.      Truth matters, find it, hold […]


Prayer for Addiction

By Debra Jones / a couple of weeks ago

Lord I am seeking you, my tears are flowing, my heart is broken  and my burden is deep. Addictions has rose up and claimed the life of one and on the heels of the other. Addiction not only destroys the user it seeks to divide and  destroy the family as a whole, the community and […]


Defining Moments

By Jennifer Beusse / a couple of weeks ago

Psychologists often debate the theory of nature versus nurture. Do children obtain their moral and psychological fiber through genetics or from their surroundings? I believe that every person has a series of defining moments that shapes their character and belief system. Defining moments are occurrences in our lives that derail us and demand a reaction. […]


To See The End

By James Thornton / a couple of weeks ago

TO SEE THE END Matthew 26:57. “And they that had laid hold on Jesus led him away to Caiaphas the high priest, where the scribes and the elders were assembled. But Peter followed him afar off unto the high priest’s palace, and went in, and sat with the servants, TO SEE THE END.” The events […]

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