Where Are You Tonight?

An Original Work / September 6, 2019 Where are you tonight? Please describe your plight. Are you giving in? Drowning in your sin? Do you see the truth? Like a rotten tooth? There’s nowhere to go To hide what you know. Cover what you may. Darkness now will stay. Knowing the way out Does not … Continue reading Where Are You Tonight?

The Test of Time

I believe the Lord Jesus wants this to go on both blogs today.

Run With It

An Original Work / December 18, 2018

“If time was on our side,
There would be no cause to hurry.
Whatever we’ve been putting off,
Would no more be a worry.

“We could dawdle all we want,
And take our good old time,
And just relax, and have some fun,
And bathe ourselves in life sublime.”

But, time’s not on our side.
And, if that is what we’re thinking,
That how we live our lives on earth
Will not send us a sinking,

Then we have been mistaken,
And our thinking is diminished.
For God’s our judge of everything.
His judgments are not finished.

So, don’t be high and mighty,
And, think that He’s not watching.
For, God our Savior does not sleep,
He sees the sins you’re hatching.

For, not anything is hidden
From Jesus Christ, our Savior.
He knows our thoughts and all we do
Not surely in…

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New Vision

An Original Work / November 28, 2018 Walking wounded, Are you listening? Truth abounding, Ever glistening. Jesus Christ Is your salvation. Learn of Him In revelation. Holy Bible, Word of living, Grace of God To us is giving. Jesus Christ Gave His life for us, So through faith We’d be forgiven. Turn from your sins, … Continue reading New Vision

Where There is No Water

Psalm 63:1-5 NASB O God, You are my God; I shall seek You earnestly; My soul thirsts for You, my flesh yearns for You, In a dry and weary land where there is no water. Thus I have seen You in the sanctuary, To see Your power and Your glory. Because Your lovingkindness is better … Continue reading Where There is No Water

For the Gospel’s Progress

I feel this post today needs to go to both of my WordPress blogs, so I am reblogging this from “Run With It” to “Walking Wounded.”

Run With It

This morning, the Lord Jesus reminded me of a writing he gave me in January of this year, so I went back and read it (1). It is called “Resting in Him,” and it is written mostly from personal experience, although it is also written from the knowledge of what others have shared with me about their experiences, too.

I truly sensed that this writing went perfectly with where I read for my devotional time with God this morning, which was in Philippians, chapter one. And, then I sensed that the Lord wanted me to paraphrase Philippians, chapter one, and to make it personal to my own life, so that is what I am going to do this afternoon, for this is where I am being led of the Lord.

Based off Philippians, chapter one

To my brothers and sisters by faith in Jesus Christ,

I thank the Lord for…

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Give it A Rest

An Original Work / September 22, 2018 When we don’t understand, Trust His plan. When life doesn’t make sense, Trust His ways. When things often confuse, Trust His care. When the answers don’t come, Trust His grace. When the myst’ries are there, Say a prayer. When bewilderment nods, Overcome. When complexities scheme, Know He’s there. … Continue reading Give it A Rest

You Are the Man!

“Do nothing from selfishness or empty conceit, but with humility of mind regard one another as more important than yourselves; do not merely look out for your own personal interests, but also for the interests of others.” Philippians 2:3-4 NASB The Lord is having me to focus on just these two verses today, and he … Continue reading You Are the Man!

See Danger: Take Refuge

Proverbs 22:3-5 NIV The prudent see danger and take refuge, but the simple keep going and pay the penalty. Humility is the fear of the Lord; its wages are riches and honor and life. In the paths of the wicked are snares and pitfalls, but those who would preserve their life stay far from them. … Continue reading See Danger: Take Refuge