Love Me

The phrase, “love me” occurs nine times in the Bible.  This first time it occurs is in the account of Jacob and his wives.

“And when the LORD saw that Leah was hated, he opened her womb: but Rachel was barren.” – Genesis 29:31 (KJV)

There is one thing that Leah wanted from her husband, Jacob – that he would love her.

I love God

God Remembered

Hannah, who was barren, prayed to the LORD and asked: “if thou wilt indeed look on the affliction of thine handmaid, and remember me, and not forget thine handmaid” (excerpted from 1 Samuel 1:11 KJV). In verse 19 of the same chapter we are told: “the LORD remembered her”.

Keep Praying

Most Christians have heard of George Muller and his adventures of faith. But faith has a co-worker, and that is prayer.

It is His Church, after all!

It is troubling to me that becoming a pastor is more reliant on completing a seminary education than many years of faithfully following God. It seems to me that years of faithful obedience, through times of trial and testing, is a better teacher than years of study.

Ten Shekels and a Shirt by Paris Reidhead

I came across this message, titled Ten Shekels and a Shirt by Paris Reidhead on a website called Alethea in Heart, or Truth in Heart. First, I read the message. Then, I started reading it to my carpool. Finally, I just had to listen to it! I think that you will be blessed and challenged by this message.

God is pleading with you to follow Him!

The memory of that “adventure” came back to me when I was meditating on a scripture from the book of Jeremiah. He is God’s man on the earth and is prophesying against Israel and Judah. Both Israel and Judah had lost their way. They have drifted from the ways of God and are caught up in the ways of the world. Yet, God does not give up on them.

Eternal Tragedies

Whenever a great disaster comes upon the Earth, people cry out to God and demand to know: Why? For many, they cry out to a god that will never hear them.

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