The love of God surpasseth all understanding. His words are a lamp unto our feet. We are the clay and he is the maker of the pot we become when his spirit flushes our system. What else must we say? 'God is a good God, yes he is.' Who could it be but God? You … Continue reading Accountability
Can you imagine walking in a valley with no-one else on your side but only dried bones in your sight, every direction you turn? What would be your thoughts? Nothing to eat, no-one to comfort you or to reassure you, no fresh air to breathe but the air of death that surrounds you. You may … Continue reading The Valley of Dried Bones
Hosea 1:2 stated, "This was the Lord's first message to Hosea. The Lord said, "Go marry a prostitute who has had children as a result of her prostitution. Do this because the people in this country have acted like prostitutes-they have been unfaithful to the Lord." Go marry a prostitute was the command of God … Continue reading The Jamaican Gomer
As I sat at my dinning table, read my bible and meditated on God's promises and his words, my thoughts drifted to the ways of man. If judgements were left in our hands, oh man, the earth would not experience its fullness thereof and the world and they that dwell there in. It is so … Continue reading Don’t Prostitute my efforts for righteousness
Lying lips are an abomination to the LORD, But those who deal faithfully are His delight.
Repeatedly we go through life being bombarded by what I refer to as Cultural Normality. The normality of the ultimate faded hero. We have grown to believe or to know the forced ripe heroes that have done nothing but being rebellious to early laws and fought a battle for one particular kind of people and … Continue reading The Ultimate Hero
Joshua 1:9 states, 'Have I not commanded you? Be strong and courageous. Do not be afraid; do not be discouraged, for the Lord your God will be with you wherever you go.' Those are the very words of God, comforting and reassuring. At the end of our trials, we then ask a rhetorical, 'Who could … Continue reading Grief’s Terrain