Is your faith growing cold? Do you feel that you are losing ground in spiritual things? Or are you On Fire for God? Is your love for God burning to share it with others? Let's talk today about how to fan the flames of your faith. The Holy Spirit is the Fire in us When … Continue reading How to Fan the Flames of Your Faith
Pre-dawn is a great time of the day. A time to be still, reflect and re-energize. Grab some coffee and your bible. Let your soul be refreshed.
we have no control of where or how the storms come in our lives. It may barrel straight through or slow and pass by.
I was telling my prayer group of our cute little grandson's prayer. As we laughed, we suddenly realized a sobering thought:
there IS a time to act, but I believe that we ought to start with prayer.
Spending time in prayer is a very important aspect of our day. It gives us a chance to spend time alone with God, to have a conversation with him, to make our requests made known to him, and listen to him.
I Praise God for His Salvation I thank Him daily for loving us (me) so much that He sent His Son to earth to live a perfect life, to suffer the cruel death on a crimnal's cross, but then rise again just to save us all from our sins. Praise His beautiful name! [Read my … Continue reading 4 Building Blocks to Growing Our Faith
"The fear of the Lord is the beginning of knowledge, but fools despise wisdom and instruction." -Proverbs 1:7 What is the Biggest Issue in our Society Today? I believe that the biggest problem plaguing our society today is that few people heed this very true proverb. Entitlement, selfishness, rebellion, and staying on an "even keel" … Continue reading What to Pray for this Christmas
Introducing Glenae Atchison May I introduce my college friend, Glenae Atchison as a contributor to this website. You may recognize her name if you have been to my Facebook page, Leaving a Legacy. She posts there on a regular basis. Glenae is a native of Indiana and a long time resident of Mississippi. She graduated from … Continue reading Pray for the Believers
10 Hannah was in deep anguish, crying bitterly as she prayed to the Lord. 11 And she made this vow: “O Lord of Heaven’s Armies, if you will look upon my sorrow and answer my prayer and give me a son, then I will give him back to you. He will be yours for his entire lifetime, and as a sign … Continue reading Two Lessons from Hannah’s Prayer