From my earliest memories, I have always been privileged to watch my parents enjoying dancing. In fact, one of the things that drew them together in the first place was their love of dancing. They were particularly good at it, even winning an informal competition at the City Ball. However, it was never […]
God speaks of “times of refreshing,” seasons when we sense a greater awareness of His presence and manifestation of His Kingdom here on earth. We see more people being saved, more healings, a spirit of repentance, etc. When we look at church history, we can see times of refreshing through awakenings, revivals, and […]
while we wait for the blessed hope—the appearing of the glory of our great God and Savior, Jesus Christ, who gave Himself for us to redeem us...
The glorious message of the cross is that there is no person so broken, bound, or bankrupt that God cannot restore to freedom and empower to love.
When Charles Wesley experienced the grace of God, he could not keep it to himself, so he wrote: “Oh, that the world might taste and see the riches of His grace! The arms of love that compass me would all mankind embrace.”
Such excitement over God’s grace is puzzling for some. We […]
The Greek philosopher Heraclitus is credited with first stating, “There is nothing permanent except change.” In our day, we hear the same thought as, “Constant change is here to stay.”
Centuries before Heraclitus, Solomon wrote in Ecclesiastes 3:1, “To everything there is a season, a time for every purpose under […]
It has been said, “Very large doors of opportunity swing on very small hinges.” What are the small adjustments we need to make that will allow us to walk through the doorways and embrace all that God deserves and opens up for us? The question is important because it is often the small […]