Kathie’s Roman Digs (Week 18-Romans 8)

God did what we couldn’t because HE LOVES US!God achieved what the law was unable to accomplish, because the law was limited by the weakness of human nature. Romans 8:3 (TPT) Verses 1-8 Verses 9-17 Verses 18-30 Verses 31-39 The Father sent His Son in human body, who fulfilled the requirement of the law for… Read More

Kathie’s Roman Digs (Week 17: Romans 7)

“So, you Christians think you can do anything you want and then ask God to forgive you. You’ve got it made. But don’t try to pretend you’re better than me, you’re just working the system.” This man would be right if the system was still “The Law.” One: I’m not better than him–we’re all sinners.… Read More

Kathie’s Bible Digs (Week 16-Romans 6:15-23)

You become the slave of whatever you choose to obey Romans 6:15, NLT When we offer something for sale, we usually give it to the highest bidder. However, if what we are selling is precious to us, we also take into account how well it will be taken care of and what it’s future will… Read More

Dig into Romans with Me (Week 16-Romans 6:15-23)

Through God’s grace, we have a choice–we can choose our Master. And what we choose has both immediate and eternal consequences. 15 Well then, since God’s grace has set us free from the law, does that mean we can go on sinning? Of course not! 16 Don’t you realize that you become the slave of whatever you choose… Read More

What about North Korean people?

Have you thought about the people who live North Korea–people like you and I? I must admit, I hadn’t. My conscience has been pricked for this lack. A young lady talks about her mother’s sacrifice to keep her safe during their dangerous escape, and quotes a Korean saying: “Women are weak, but mothers are strong.” https://www.facebook.com/pg/HeartCenteredRebalancing/videos/?ref=page_internal… Read More

fellow countrymen, let’s not let freedom slip away!

“After America, there’s no place left to go.” In 2012 Kitty Werthmann told the story of Hitler’s takeover of Austria. It’s surprising and familiar at the same time.  Kitty lived through it in Austria and tells us how insidiously it crept in. Are we living through it in the United States today? Here’s a strong statement… Read More