Photo by Jp Valery on Unsplash A wise man saves for the future – Proverbs 21:20. Money little by little grows – Proverbs 13:11. Pay to everyone what is due them—tribute to whom tribute is due; tax … More Money, Money, Money
Most have heard or quoted the familiar verse, “Pride comes before a fall.” However, that is not the entirety of the verse or how it reads. It says, Pride goes before destruction, and a haughty spirit before a fall. Better to be lowly in spirit with the afflicted than to share the spoil with … More The Wrong Adornment–Pride Like a Jeweled Necklace no
We are excited to introduce the new audiobook for The Spirit of Leviathan featuring Lynn Brunk from Horizon Wordcraft, a fellow believer in Messiah and one you will be hearing more of because she is currently working on Book I, Satan Unmasked, the 1st of the four-part series. Click HERE for Lynn’s lovely voice. Amazon.com: … More New Update– Audiobooks
Some of David’s songs contain lyrics many would hesitate to sing. David, a man after Yahweh’s heart, wrote Psalm 109. I warn you; if you have not read this Psalm, you’ll never forget it. Psalms or Tehillim means praise in Hebrew. While reading Psalm 109, I had a picture of a lion roaring. First, let’s … More Cursing’s Worn Like a Coat: Psalm 109
A growing number of people today do not believe in the Bible. They have science, history, and logic. To them the Bible is just an outdated book that people use wrongfully. Religions under the name of “God” have caused many wars and bloodshed. The younger generation often look at the Bible and think “animal … More My Son’s Principal and Noah’s Ark
Can sorrow open the doorway to joy? Tekoa Manning peels back the layers of despair to reveal the key to finding and defining joy. Our suffering is often producing the fruit of the Spirit. Jumping for Joy highlights Harriet Tubman, Nicholas James Vujicic, Joni Eareckson Tada, and the author’s own personal journey and the beautiful lessons learned. … More Jumping for Joy is 99 Cents, for a Limited Time.
Photo by Pro Church Media on Unsplash Anger and offenses can be settled and healed, but the Book of Proverbs states, “who can stand before jealousy?” “Wrath is cruel and anger is overwhelming, but who can stand before jealousy?” (Proverbs 27:4, TLV). “A tranquil heart is life to the body, but envy is rottenness to … More Who Can Stand Before Jealousy?
One of the things I enjoy is music. I know some people do not like secular music. Others stick to one genre, but I love many different types of music. The following song is a favorite: I was born by the river, in a little tent Oh, and just like the river I’ve been … More It’s Been a Long Time Comin
This year I bought new eyeglasses. They are huge. 1980s big. I did not realize until I got home that the brand name on my glasses was “True religion.” Perhaps you remember the song Losing my Religion by R.E.M? That’s me in the corner That’s me in the spotlight Losing my religion Trying to keep … More Losing My Religion and Terms of Endearment
Our emotions can take over. The Bee Gee’s had a hit song called Emotions. One part of the lyrics says, “In the words of a broken heart It’s just emotion that’s taken me over Tied up in sorrow, lost in my soul.” The song is about a lover that has left. The psalmist is overcome … More It’s Just Emotions Taking Me Over
Part I HERE “And he was there in the wilderness forty days, being tempted by the Adversary, and he was with the beasts, and the messengers were ministering to him.” (Mark 1:13). Angels and beasts. In every trial, there are angels and beasts. Demonic strongholds and divine messengers. The Messiah comes out of the wilderness … More Death Valley Part II–Angels & Beasts