Your lives light up the world. Let others see your light from a distance, for how can you hide a city that stands on a hilltop? Matthew 5:14, TPT
Can people tell what you believe about God from the way you live your life? Do those that watch you wonder what it is that makes you different from the world? These were the kinds of questions Paul asked the Roman Christians in this letter? Not one to skirt around a touchy subject, Paul jumps… Read More
If I know math, but don’t use that knowledge in my financial accounts, I’m going to find myself in a heap of trouble. For instance, I know I have $200 in my account, but instead of keeping my spending under that amount I choose to purchase a $300 item that I really want, I’m going… Read More
For some of us, the jolly holiday lights don’t match the darkness we’re feeling: grief, loss, pain, financial woes, job loss, loneliness, fear, nobody to share it with… This light is just for you.
“You are the salt of the earth. But if the salt loses its saltiness, how can it be made salty again? It is no longer good for anything, except to be thrown out and trampled underfoot. “You are the light of the world. A town built on a hill cannot be hidden. Neither do people light a lamp and put it under a bowl. Instead they put it on… Read More
The sun is shining but how can I reflect its rays when storm clouds of fear and pain block their passage to my soul. My bed is floating on a flood of nightly tears; my gut writhes and clenches as I cry out to you for mercy and help. How long, Oh Lord, how much… Read More
Do you see him? The moon is full, round, and brilliant— so bright that trees cast shadows and I can find my way in the darkness. I stand still and look at the moon, in awe at the beauty, whispering thanks for the light, and I see him— the man in the moon, looking lovingly… Read More