Uncommon faithfulness

Many promises are made with good intentions, but good intentions without the faithfulness and power to back them up are useless.  We have become jaded by man's inability to keep his word, so common are broken promises.  Our hope lies not in the promises of men, but in the uncommon faithfulness of God to keep His word.  In Genesis … Continue reading Uncommon faithfulness

the real question

Who are you?  A doctor, lawyer, teacher...famed preacher of God's Word? Maybe just an ordinary Joe. A tired housewife and mother or a stressed out husband and father. A misfit.. outcast...addict. Moses was a murderer who covered up his crime, and had to flee his home. (Exodus 2:11-15) He settled down in a place called Midian … Continue reading the real question

women. don’t underestimate us.

It's time to dig into another book of the Bible to study, and I'm feeling pulled to Exodus. I look forward to hearing God's voice as I turn to one of my favorite books in the Old Testament. The book opens with the Israelites being fruitful and multiplying, which becomes a threat to the new King … Continue reading women. don’t underestimate us.

He’s looking for a weakness

Sometimes, it's all just a matter of perspective. Sometimes. But not always. In Exodus 4:10, Moses was trying to convince God that He had the wrong man for the job of convincing Pharoah to let the Israelites go. "Moses said to the LORD, 'O Lord, I have never been eloquent, neither in the past nor … Continue reading He’s looking for a weakness