Unrelenting Love

Scripture: Psalms 139 In Psalms 139, David writes about God’s love for us. In it, he describes a type of love that we struggle to believe exists. Our definition of love is often shaped by what we see lived out by those who love us or what we see demonstrated by those around us. StatisticallyRead more

Seeing is not believing

   Read: Mark 8:1-21 ‘Seeing is believing.’ I have heard people utter this saying from time to time, and it sends a bit of annoyance running down my spine. Seeing is not always believing and believing is not always seeing.  Mark chapter 8 provides an instance showing that seeing does not always bring with itRead more

A city that is set on a hill cannot be hid…

   TRUTH– we all have sin in our lives. Romans 3:23 affirms this, ‘For all have sinned and fall short of the glory of God,’ With that sting reminder telling us we are not perfect, we find hope when we read Acts 3:19 ‘Repent then, and turn to God, so that your sins may beRead more

The waters were parted TWICE…

  Scripture: Exodus 14, Joshua 3 Two great men, with two stories that teach us what God has done for one he can do for another… Have you ever gone through something in life, knowing someone who has overcome the same and allowed thoughts of envy to set in, lamenting why you have to experienceRead more

Hope after the fall

   Read: Genesis 3:1-24 God gives us incredibly specific instructions as to what we should and should not do. With Adam and Eve, he walked with them in the Garden, and spoke with them in an audible voice. They knew him in a way we are unable to experience, yet still they fell to disobedience.Read more

What does HE see…

Ever had one of those life lessons that was so profound that you experience it over and over again, and each time you experience it, you gain more understanding, more depth? I’ve mentioned this to friends before, but I can’t help but think on it again. I was reminded recently of the truth found inRead more

As I have loved you…

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Have you ever seen Georges Seurat’s painting, ‘A Sunday afternoon on the La Grande Jatte’? If you haven’t, do an Internet search and check it out. It is a beautifully detailed painting of people relaxing in a park, but it’s more than what it first appears, if you step closer you’ll see it is made up of millions ofRead more