Category: forgiveness

Just As I Am

It is the worth of Jesus alone that allows us to come with all of our faults to be lifted up before God and named as an heir to the Kingdom of Heaven

Seedless Bananas

Did you know we eat “seedless (culinary) bananas” when we buy them in the stores?  But the wild species have fruits with numerous large, hard seeds, virtually all culinary bananas have seedless fruits. (wikipedia.com)  There is a purpose to fruit having seeds.  Fruit helps with the survival of […]

The Lowest

There are people at the low end of the social scale because of their jobs, their vices, or their mental health. They and their children lead lives as outcasts to one degree or another. But what they are not is “prideful”.

Family Revival

Recently I discovered in Psalm 101 a prayer that is directed at a nation that is in danger from corrupting influences of deserting the disciplines that have made our nation great. And I believe the family is our (and God’s) most sacred institution.

Transparency Among Men

Rick Warren writes “Many Church Fellowships and Small Groups remain superficial because they are afraid of conflict.”  But real Spiritual growth and maturity take deliberate efforts, thoughtfulness, and commitment to do the hard work sculpting a new person who is accountable to God and his church community to be a strong, loving, and effective Christian who attracts non-believers.

Put On Charity

Charity can be equated to agape’ love.  This kind of love is aid and comfort given to someone without qualification.  Churches often fall short of this because as individuals they expect to receive appreciation.  But that would be qualifying the nature of the recipient.