We Have Access!

We Have Access!

     In our highly technical world, I find that computers provide many more resources than most of us will ever completely know how to access and utilize. Sometimes I take on the challenge of learning a new feature or program and go exploring outside my “comfort zone.” I get excited breaking new ground and discovering new… Continue Reading

God Is Our Sufficiency

God Is Our Sufficiency

     When our children were young, it was interesting to see how quickly they wanted to become self-sufficient, self-reliant. Whenever they began to learn a new skill, whether it was feeding themselves or walking or dressing themselves, they would soon express in one way or another, “I want to do it by myself.” They didn’t want… Continue Reading

Living a Confident Life of Trust in God

Living a Confident Life of Trust in God

     When I was twenty years old, I lived through a dramatic event that affected my life. My country, the Dominican Republic, a Caribbean island where I was born and raised, was hit by a category five hurricane. The damage and destruction that this storm caused to our country was huge. Most of the trees in… Continue Reading

Rejoicing in the Hope: Our Legal Rights

Rejoicing in the Hope: Our Legal Rights

     Have you ever heard people use the term “hopeless” in describing a situation? “Hopeless” means not expectant of good or success, not susceptible to remedy or cure, incapable of redemption, improvement, solution, or accomplishment. No matter what the situation looks like, there is never a need for God’s children to feel hopeless. Why? Our loving… Continue Reading

Enjoy Your Inheritance as God’s Son

Enjoy Your Inheritance as God’s Son

     I once heard a story about a piece of artwork called The Son. It was a painting of a brave soldier who gave his life in battle to save others. In grateful appreciation, one of those soldiers he saved painted this portrait for the man’s father, knowing that the father loved and collected artwork. Presenting… Continue Reading

The Scripture Interprets Itself: In the Verse—A Word or Words Must Be Interpreted according to Biblical Usage

The Scripture Interprets Itself: In the Verse—A Word or Words Must Be Interpreted according to Biblical Usage

     The King James Version of the Bible was completed in 1611, nearly four hundred years ago. And although the truth of the Word of God hasn’t changed, language does change over time. During the time the King James Version was being translated, William Shakespeare also wrote some of his works. Look at this blessing for… Continue Reading

Sowing Seeds of Truth

Sowing Seeds of Truth

     “Don’t forget to sow the seeds,” my husband called out to me as I left the house one Thursday morning. “Absolutely!” I responded. I was excited and encouraged by the abundance of seeds of truth I had with me. Soon, I would have more seeds from God’s Word to sow. I was on my way… Continue Reading

Enjoy Reading God’s Word

Enjoy Reading God’s Word

     There are many things to be enjoyed in life. I enjoy eating a delicious meal with family and friends, listening to relaxing music at the end of a busy day, and gazing out of a window at a multicolored sunset in the Ohio sky. However, no matter how much I enjoy doing these things, nothing… Continue Reading

God’s Word—Our Steady Diet

God’s Word—Our Steady Diet

     When I was growing up, my mom made sure our family had nutritious meals. She saw to it that we had a good breakfast, usually eggs and toast, or cereal with fruit in it. She packed our lunches every day with sandwiches, fruit, and a snack, and we had a great supper when we all… Continue Reading

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