The Clock {He Knows Me}

Meditating on that fact that God knows me, I was give the vision of a clock sitting on a mantle.  The clock on the mantle tells time.  It has a known purpose.  I know that it is made of wood, had the white circle, the numbers and the hands that tell time. This has been... Continue Reading →

He Knows Me

Mediating the past two weeks on God knowing me, I was given a fresh revelation of the depth that He knows me.  The question was posed "How do you see yourself knowing that God created and shaped you as you are?" While I know that God made me, I rarely think about it as a... Continue Reading →

The Stewardship of Grace

A second thought to me came about the Charity of Grace.  Another argument I often give, when faced with the opportunity to share God's grace with others is that I don't know what they are going to use it for.  If I give someone cash, they could use it to buy alcohol or drugs. Or... Continue Reading →

God’s calendar {He Know’s Me}

Psalms 139:16 You saw me before I was born and scheduled each day of my life before I began to breathe.  Every day was recorded in your book. I admit I am a task-oriented person, and I live on my calendar.  Whether it is work, family obligations, volunteer schedules, birthdays and anniversaries, appointments or reminders, it is... Continue Reading →

There are areas of my life I think are hidden, But I know God sees them And he truth is I want Him to see them. I want Him to really get down In the depths of my soul And investigate my life. I want Him to expose Those places I try to hide .... Continue Reading →

The Grace of Charity

I was watching Robert Morris this morning "What's so Amazing about Grace" sermon.  He gave a definition of grace as "the unmerited, undeserved, unearned kindness and favor of God."  It struck me, and was completely untied to the message that God always gives us a chance to walk out, to be like Him, here on... Continue Reading →

Daily Walk

Today as I was walking at dawn, my shadow caught my attention. After rounding a corner, several lights on the street and houses created shadows around me.  Initially I saw three shadows, which is what caused me to start paying attention.  As I walked at times I would see two shadows, or one shadow.  For a stent where there was no shadow at... Continue Reading →

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