I just received the first copy of my new coloring book: Look for the Rainbows: A Coloring Book for Adults.
It is available on Amazon.
Ordering from Canada, click here.
Ordering from U.S., click here.
If you love to color, please check this out. It would also make an excellent gift for the person you just don’t know what to buy for.
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Have a marvelous weekend. God bless.
HAVE YOU EVER SEEN AN ANGEL?
I have read stories about people who have seen angels in the physical realm. I have not been so blessed, but I have many times seen them in the spiritual realm. Read more…
There seems to be a problem with my other web site publishing scheduled posts. I apologize for the inconvenience. I have now made sure it is published. Here is the link.
I wonder how many people have managed to remain productive during this crisis?
For the first couple of months of this lock-down, I was very unproductive. At least that is how I felt. I had nothing to show at the end of each new day of what I had accomplished. Here I was, not going out, supposedly with more time on my hands than ever before. Where did that time go?
But was it so unproductive? I was spending much more time reading the Bible and in prayer, sometimes many hours in a day. That must have produced something worthwhile. And I know it did. I just had nothing to actually hold in my hand to show my accomplishments. But this is not about me, is it? It is about keeping myself busy doing God’s work.
But things have changed over the past few weeks. I now have something to show for the hours I have spent in my apartment. I have been once again inspired to write, draw, revise some of my old manuscripts to ready them for publishing. Read more…
Have you been able to find any kind of normalcy through this
COVID-19 lock-down? I was beginning to wonder if anything
would be normal again until a few weeks ago.
I suddenly heard a familiar sound, but could not believe it could be what I thought it was. We were still under a stricter lock-down than we are now. I went to the window to look out, and sure enough, it was what I thought it was, and entirely unexpected. Read more…
Prayer changes things.
Anytime is a time for prayer.
Now is the time for intense prayer.
Today is the time for prayer on a higher level.
This hour is the time to pray like a true warrior by the Holy Spirit.
This day is the time to pray the prayer that changes our circumstances.
Anytime is a time for personal prayer.
Anytime is a time for corporate prayer in the church.
But now is the time for national prayer in unity with the Body of Christ.
Now is the time to pray without ceasing.
We have seen so many changes over the past several months because of COVID-19, changes which make us wonder if we will ever again be able to live as we once lived. The lock-down has curtailed our movement in society, in employment, in family life and in church life as we have known it. Read more…
SO THERE REMAINS A SABBATH REST FOR THE PEOPLE OF GOD.
FOR THE ONE WHO HAS ENTERED HIS REST HAS HIMSELF ALSO RESTED FROM HIS WORKS, AS GOD DID FROM HIS.
When everything around us seems to be in a chaotic turmoil, how can we rest? When we are confused about all of the conflicting information we are being fed and we don’t know what we should believe, how can we rest? When everything we have known is suddenly changing so fast and looking as though it will never become normal again, how can we rest? When all we experience is darkness and with no sign of the sunshine, how can we rest?
Perhaps a better question, the one we should be asking, is…READ MORE
During this COVID-19 crisis and the subsequent lock-down, hope is becoming more and more elusive to some people. For some, hope has all but dissipated, and they are left wondering if this situation can ever be redeemed. Fear has been a huge factor in this whole situation. Even when things do improve and open up, what exactly will the new “normal” even look like?
What does the Bible have to say about hope?
What is hope?
First, let’s see what the dictionary says about hope:
noun—a ground for expectation, trust; that in which one places one’s confidence.
verb—to look forward to with confidence of fulfillment; expectation with desire.
(The American Heritage Dictionary of the English Language)
Gage Canadian Thesaurus gives the following as synonyms for hope:
anticipation, assurance, expectation, possibility
Now let’s look at the original language of the Bible. Both the Hebrew and Greek translates hope as: expectation, to anticipate, trust
We can see from the various definitions that hope is something positive, something with an expected end, an outcome which can be relied on.
What does Scripture say about hope?
Romans 5:3-5 read more…
Looking for a peaceful place to land?
We are living in most unusual times.
Frightening times. Unsettled times. As we all learn to cope in our own way according to our personal situations, our level of faith, it seems at times that this season just keeps dragging on so slowly, as if it would never end. But, as the title of my post says, we are walking through this valley. And like any other valley in our lives, we will come to the end and find a mountain to climb into a fresh and life-giving atmosphere.
Some of us have lost much through this time. Others not so much. Some are walking in sorrow through this valley as you have lost loved ones, lost employment, have become confused and may be feeling way too confined to suit your emotional needs. But we have a choice. We can continue to walk on, trusting the Lord to bring us out in victory. Or we can sit ourselves down in the middle of the valley…to read more, click here
Check out my newest post on my other blog for a message on peace in this tumultuous time. Click here.
Have a wonderful week and please stay healthy and safe.