It’s Good to Be Queen (A “Blogging-For-Books” Review)

It’s Good to Be Queen is the latest book by Liz Curtis Higgs. She takes us on a journey, as we follow Queen of Sheba on her path to discovering Solomon’s character, the truth about wisdom, and even discovering Yahweh – the One true God. We get to go along, for the ride, to discover the…… Continue reading It’s Good to Be Queen (A “Blogging-For-Books” Review)

The Outcast: Jairus

I don’t know how often this series will occur, but I am thankful for the opportunity to resume The Outcast series… Lately, I have had moments of being reminded of Jairus’ daughter. Though thought to have died, she now lives. Within these few Bible verses, there are s-e-v-e-r-a-l people’s stories that could be told. It seems fitting to…… Continue reading The Outcast: Jairus

Naaman’s Expectations

The other day, I was reminded of one person who struggled with leprosy. He wasn’t the likely outcast. He was popular and very influential man. He had expectations that he would be received the same way, when he approached a man of God. He went for healing. He went from popular to an outcast (of…… Continue reading Naaman’s Expectations

Newness of Life

“We were buried therefore with him by baptism into death, in order that, just as Christ was raised from the dead by the glory of the Father, we too might walk in newness of life.” – Romans 6:4, ESV We have to realize that doing life our way – costs. It cost us everything and…… Continue reading Newness of Life

Discipleship Journal Reading Plan: Day 36

Mt 12:22-37; Acts 17:16-34; Ps 28; Ex 13-15 People’s hearts are widely put on display today: from the Pharisees, to Pharaoh and his officials, to the Israelites as they complained in the wilderness. What do our hearts say? Would our hearts represent good fruit or bad (See Galatians 5:22-23)? What do we need to repent?…… Continue reading Discipleship Journal Reading Plan: Day 36