Posts under ‘Love’

Wrath does not belong to you

“Never take your own revenge, beloved, but leave room for the wrath of God, for it is written, ‘Vengeance is Mine, I will repay’ says the Lord. ‘But if your enemy is hungry, feed him, and if he is thirsty give him a drink; for in doing so you will heap burning coals on his head’ […]

Avoid Being a Slinger

One of my most favorite spiritual teachers is Joyce Meyer.  In her devotional “Starting Your Day Right” she speaks of avoiding the slingers.  I will quote from her book, “There were people in the Bible called slingers who defeated their enemies by slinging stones and throwing dirt into their wells, contaminating their life source of […]

Mother Mary

February of this year marked the 50th anniversary of the infamous British Invasion that took place when the Beatles came to the United States and played to the American audience on the old classic Ed Sullivan Show.  The world was turned upside down from the introduction of this iconic group.  The 2014 Grammys provided their audience […]

A Man of Integrity

In these times of loud, obnoxious and meaningless blather that fills our world of media, we ocassionally come across of someone who is making a positive difference in this world.  One such man, who I am proud to call a friend, is Bob Votruba.  He is the creator of One Million Acts of Kindness (  […]

Meaningful Prayer

I call on you, O God, for you will answer me; give ear to me and hear my prayer. Psalm 17:6 The following is taken from the devotional A Daybook of Grace:  “Stop a moment and think.  Is it not often the case, when men stand up to pray in public, or kneel down to […]

God At Work

I love to share those small articles or messages I find in my daily readings that I think will benefit my readers.  So I hope you will find the following message inspirational as I do.  This is taken from the July 19 entry of A Daybook of Grace.   “It is God who works in you […]

Tattered rags

The following parable is taken from the Daily Devotional:  At the Feet of Jesus by Joanna Weaver.  I hope you get a similar response to this parable as I got.  I will provide further commentary following this June 26 entry. “The beggar could hardly believe his luck!  Just that morning he’d been prowling the streets […]

Thoughts about love

We all want it.  We all need it.  We all crave to have it perfect in our lives.  What am I talking about — LOVE!  But it seems that the more we crave to see love in our lives the more it seems to elude us.  I believe that the real reflection of how much […]

Celebration of Life

On October 30, 2012 the local news reported on a young man who had gone out to celebrate a winning victory for his University’s team and in the course of the evening was assaulted in an altercation.  Fight between overly zealous college students is not normally unusual.  However, in this particular incident the young man, Tyler, […]

The Gift of Sleep

It is vain for you to rise up early, to sit up late…; for so He gives His beloved sleep. Psalm 127:2 “Sleep is essential for good health.  Scientists don’t know exactly why we need it but they know what happens when we don’t get enough.  We put ourselves at risk of premature aging, weight […]