Monthly Archive: April 2012

Apr 27

Are You Standing…or Sitting?

Standing on the promises of Christ my King, Thru eternal ages let His praises ring; Glory in the highest I will shout and sing, Standing on the promises of God… Written in the late 1800’s this old hymn reminds us of where we should be standing in life.  The encouragement from this song (in verse …

Continue reading »

Apr 15

Who Is Leading You?

When things don’t go the way you would like for them to, or the way you had planned, what is your response?  Do you accept things as they are or do you complain and wish for different circumstances?  In 1820 a family was blessed with a little baby girl.  But in the early months of …

Continue reading »

Apr 11

Lost? It May Be Time To Go Home!

Softly and Tenderly, Jesus is calling. Calling for you and for me… See on the portals He’s waiting and watching, Watching for you and for me. Come Home, you who are weary…come home. Earnestly, tenderly Jesus is calling, Calling, ‘O sinner, come home.’ If you read the last post you might think this is a …

Continue reading »

Apr 09

Homesick…But Are You ‘Weary’?

Have you ever been homesick?  This is best described as a time when you were away from the comfort and secure of what you know and love.  During the months when a child goes to summer camp, ask them what it means to be homesick.  In the lonely winter months before his Thanksgiving break, a …

Continue reading »

Apr 03

Passionate Worship…

How do we know if we are passionate worshipers or if we worship from routine? Is there a way to determine the sincerity of my worship, or is it deep within my soul and only I know whether my worship to God is passionate or not. If we are going to be passionate worshipers for …

Continue reading »

Apr 01

He Could Have…But He Didn’t

Undoubtedly you have sung this song as you prepared your mind for communion.  The song that begins… “They bound the hands of Jesus in the garden where He prayed.  They lead Him through the streets in shame.  They spat upon the Savior, so pure and free from sin; they said, ‘Crucify Him,’ He’s to blame.” …

Continue reading »