“In the multitude of my thoughts within me thy comforts delight my soul.” -Psalm 94:19 This morning, I awoke with a “multitude of MY thoughts.” Picture a whirlwind, swirling many thoughts of the day ahead, thoughts of burdens of those I love, thoughts of my own insufficiency, thoughts of special events planned, etc… Before my Read More
We cannot always see what’s around the corner or at the end of a physical road. There are twists and turns, ups and downs, trees, mountains, and such. How do we navigate these unseen roads?
Some minutes in the morning,
Ere the cares of life begin,
Ere the heart’s wide door is open
For the world to enter in.
Psalm 119:80 "Let my heart be sound in thy statutes; that I be not ashamed." With a minimal browsing of the news of current events, one's heart can be overwhelmed. Some news stories can make one physically sick because of the intentional evil done. This is not going away. II Timothy 3:13 states, "But evil Read More
My heart is fixed. The meaning of the word "fixed" is established, secured, settled, stabilized, and prepared. [Strong’s Concordance] These defining words are desired words for my life and probably for yours, too. The only unchanging fixation we have in this life is our great God and His Word. When our hearts are fixed Read More
HE is higher than my overwhelmed heart. HE loves the ones I love more than I do. HE can help their struggling hearts much better than I can. HE is always with them even when I'm not. HE sees the big picture of His workings that my eyes can't see. "My soul, Read More
Proverbs 30:5 “Every word of God is pure: He is a shield unto them that put their trust in Him.” The words of men must be compared to the perfect and trusted Words of God. In God's Word, there is hope. Psalm 119:140-147 “Thy Word is very pure: therefore thy servant loveth it. I Read More
Proverbs 22:6 “Train up a child in the way he should go: and when he is old, he will not depart from it.” “Train – to train, to dedicate” (Strong’s Concordance) “Train- to make narrow, to put something into the mouth, to give to be tasted, to instruct, to initiate” (Gesenius’s Lexicon) Psalm 34:8 “O Read More