Browsing All posts tagged under »Prayer«

How the Truth Sets Us Free

June 14, 2017


“Then you will know the truth, and the truth will set you free.” (John 8:32 NIV) This is a common saying among many believers and non-believers alike. I’ve used it many times. Though, to be honest, I just thought it sounded good…and spiritual. You know, Jesus said it, so it must mean something. But I […]

What God Enjoys Most (Part II of the Enjoying God Series)

June 7, 2017


In Scripture, we, the church, are described in several different phrases: the body of Christ, the ekklesia, the assembly, fellowship of the Firstborn, and a few others. But one particular phrase I’ve kind-of always had a hard time with (up until recently) was Bride of Christ, or the Wife of the Lamb. Namely, because I […]

Food, Joy, and God: How to Enjoy God

May 30, 2017


How to enjoy God

Guilt, Shame, and Panic: Are they justified?

March 7, 2013


“How dangerous a master human emotion is!”  ― Watchman Nee We’ve all been there: you wake on Saturday after sleeping in a bit from a hard week at work. You wake up, grab some coffee, maybe spend some time with Jesus for awhile, and realize you have nothing to do for the day (or you just […]

Christ our Goal (and something to pray for)

January 4, 2011


A revelation of Christ. That is our simple devotion. Nothing else can be built on anything other than Him. This may sound elementary, but it is the goal of our faith, the purpose of our salvation, and the very reason we were created. It’s when we decide that Christ’s life, death, resurrection, impartation of the Holy […]

We Have Come to the Mountain of the Living God

November 8, 2010


Jesus Christ is the Mountain of God In Exodus, Moses would go up to the mountain and speak with God for the people at Mount Sinai. God warned them that no one besides Him and Aaron were allowed to even touch the foot of the mountain lest they be struck down. Mount Sinai was the […]

Another Poem

May 24, 2010


I am young. I am unwise. I don’t always fit in. I can’t sing, dance, or write a beautiful symphony. I’m not a poet. I’m not an author. I’m not an artist. I’m not well known. I’m not famous. I’ll never be on TV. I’m not preacher. I’m not a scholar. I’m not a leader […]