A man has prepared a feast for the Lord. In this narrative poem, we will see what happens as he waits for his Guest of Honor. This is the final part of this poem. Enjoy and God Bless
A man has prepared a feast for the Lord. In this narrative poem, we will see what happens as he waits for his Guest of Honor. This is the fourth of a five part poem.
In this devotional from Exodus 22, we learn the importance of show charity and grace to those who aren't as fortunate as we are.
A man has prepared a feast for the Lord. In this narrative poem, we will see what happens as he waits for his Guest of Honor. This is the third of a five part poem.
In this devotion from Exodus 21, we will learn the importance of treating each other with honor and respect; and why things like murder, kidnapping, and disrespect are an offence to the Lord.
On Sunday, September 2, the pastor of my church went to be with the Lord. He was only 39. When I attended his viewing, I was inspired to write this poem in memorial to the man of God who truly lived his life totally committed to Christ.
The stone of the Lord was rejected by man, Forsaken was the rock of the Almighty. Yet God use it as His cornerstone, A foundation for His house, was the stone made. Upon this rock were placed many others, Stone upon stone was laid on the cornerstone. Upon this was the House of God built, … Continue reading The Rock of Christ
We live in a world that tries to bring us down with pain and suffering. In the song "Beloved" by Jordan Feliz, we discover that we don't need to live under the dark cloud of pain.
As we live out the mission which God has given us, what do we do when we are persecuted for our faith? In Exodus 5, we see how the Israelites are persecuted because of the message of God. From their story, we will learn the right way and the wrong way to handle persecution.
When I read about the characters in the Bible, I notice one thing they all have in common; they are not perfect people. For example, Abraham was a liar, Jacob was a cheat, and David was an adulterer. Yet despite their flaws, God still used them to accomplish great things in His name. There is … Continue reading Broken Things, by Matthew West