Them’s the Breaks
It doesn’t matter how long you’ve gotten away with a wrong deed, eventually, it catches up with you and you will have to account and pay the price.
The Dishonest Manager’s Day of Reckoning
The parable of the dishonest manager is a thorny story to navigate. Upon close study, though, it is a story of reconciliation – of honesty, truthfulness and faithfulness.
The Potter’s Heart
As I submitted myself to the Potter’s hands, I felt the Potter’s heart being poured into me. Initially, I felt the pain of the losses that I had suffered. It stung! But then, I felt the warmth of the Potter’s hands when I was comforted and reassured that He was with me. The divine Potter…
Let Nothing Cripple Our Praise
Praise equips us for our daily battle – don’t leave home without it!
Given the progress we have made over the years: in medicine, technology, education and our understanding of the world in which we live, God must be proud of us!
What do you do…for a living?
What do you do for a living? Hmmm…how about what do you do for a life? The answer just might surprise you!
I Have Seen the Lord
We see the Lord more often than we think. A journey to purpose requires it.
Who can? He can
HEWing isn’t meant to be done alone. None of us possesses the capacity to do it on our own. There is one who can, however: He, He can.
Reconciliation. It’s difficult. Reconciliation. It’s thorny. Reconciliation. It’s necessary. I speak here, not of reconciling things, although this reconciliation (as in the accounting practice), can also be difficult. I speak of reconciliation between persons. I speak even of reconciliation with self. Why is reconciliation so difficult? It’s difficult because emotions get in the way. Have…
Doh Take It On
Doh take it on…let it go