Posts tagged ‘Jesus’

Die To Live

I’m alive so I get to die one more day. Read more…

Jesus Is Real – Religion Is Not

The reason I started this blog rests with the truth that Jesus is real. Meeting, living with and for Creator, supervised by Paraclete, goes beyond mere intellectual assent. Read more…

Rich, Richer, Richest

Is life comfortable with everything running smoothly? Then this is a time to fall humbly before God in thanksgiving and exercise faith to resist fleshly impulses. Don’t make the mistake of thinking “the good life” is where it’s at. Read more…

Pray Right!

Do you have sins that keep rising to the surface? Impatience, addictions, sarcastic mouth, lust… And have you prayed to God for victory? And do the problems persist anyway? Read more…

Eyes Right!

“Peter answered, ‘Lord, if it is you, order me to come to you on the water.’
Jesus said, ‘Come!’ So Peter got out of the boat and walked on the water toward Jesus. But when he noticed how strong the wind was, he became afraid and started to sink. He shouted, ‘Lord, save me!’ Read more…

Ignite Life

I was given a copy of a book for Christmas. It’s too intimately autobiographical for me in many places, but like all Christian spirituality it has gems for even people like me. Read more…

Whose Case Is It 5? Who’s the Boss

It is universally agreed that the office of Apostle belongs first on the list of functions in the life of the True Church. It will not be twisted into a shape like so many people want it, just to serve their own personal case. Read more…

Snow Shovel

After an open December with above average temperatures I went out after breakfast today to shovel snow. Read more…

Whose Case Is It 4?

When we meet troubles, even if we are mature enough to know our faith is being tested, we can easily see ourselves as the target of this testing. But when we focus on ourselves where does God stand in the picture? Read more…

Whose Case Is It 2?

While I have always noted that our greatest gifts show up as our greatest weaknesses, I have only now recognized how I heard the lesson, but flunked the application. Read more…