Voices Heralding the Gospel

An Original Work / April 16, 2022 Bells are ringing, voices singing Heralding the gospel bringing. Jesus Christ, our risen Savior, He showed us his godly favor. Jesus gave his life up for us So that his love would now free us, Set us free from sin’s dominion, For the flesh, make no provision. We … Continue reading Voices Heralding the Gospel

walking wounded (repost)

From 2018: This phrase, “the walking wounded” came into my mind within the past few days, and it has stayed with me. I had some idea of what it meant, but not entirely, so I Googled it to find its meaning. And, I found these definitions: • “People who have been injured in a battle … Continue reading walking wounded (repost)

Our stories (repost)

Why do we tell our stories? I don’t mean things we have made up. But why do we tell about our lives, and our personal experiences, and about our pasts or things we are going through presently? What is the purpose of it all? Is there a purpose? And is it a good thing? Obviously … Continue reading Our stories (repost)

Weathering the Storm

An Original Work / July 2, 2018 Storm clouds gather. Though they may, I’ll choose not To be dismayed. Trust in my Lord, What he says. “Fear not” future. Fret is dead. Hope has conquered. Peace subdues. Lies of Satan Truth out rules. Nothing life can Throw at me Escapes Jesus’ Sympathy. God of comfort, … Continue reading Weathering the Storm

Not Even a Hint

Ephesians 5:1-2 ESV Therefore be imitators of God, as beloved children. And walk in love, as Christ loved us and gave himself up for us, a fragrant offering and sacrifice to God. The word “therefore,” refers back to something that was said previously. So, when a sentence begins with “therefore,” we should go back and … Continue reading Not Even a Hint