• Devotionals,  Uncategorized

    God is Not Dead!

    The women were terrified and bowed with their faces to the ground. Then the men asked, “Why are you looking among the dead for someone who is alive? He isn’t here! He is risen from the dead! Luke 24:5-6             Charles Dickens quoted in his book ‘A Tale of Two Cities, “It was the best of times, and the worst of times.” This book points out the differences between good and evil, and how goodness can resurrect itself from evil. Transformation and revelation can occur through the battles we face in life. Something dies, so that something else can be born. Sydney Carton was a character in the book, who was…

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    I Love You

    Three Days, Three Crosses, Three Words, One Way The gospel message is the most powerful message you will ever hear. Three days is all it took, for God to change our lives forever. Jesus died upon the cross, was buried and resurrected all in three days. Matthew, Mark, Luke and John all give an account; however, it can be summed up in three words, “I LOVE YOU.” (John 3:16) The power of the cross, and the message that it sends to the world, is what this Easter weekend is all about. All the sin we could ever commit was placed on his shoulders, and left on the cross; where death…

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    Go Tell It On The Mountain

    When a baby is born, there is so much joy that you want to tell everyone. You want to shout it from the rooftops! A new life has begun, and it’s such an exciting time. When Jesus was born, Mary literally was holding the gospel in her womb. She was holding the Word, She was holding God. (John 1:1) Matthew, Mark, Luke, and John all gave accounts of the Christmas story. They also give accounts of his death and resurrection. They are stories that are told every Christmas/Easter. One of my favorite songs at Christmas time when I was little was, “Go Tell It On The Mountain.” I probably didn’t…