Devotions

“Genshai”

Posted by: on July 8, 2013

Kevin Hall in his book Aspire writes of meeting a man named Pravin, a shopkeeper in Vienna, Austria.  Pravin asked that he sign his guest book which he had named “Book of Greats.”  Opening the book he saw signatures of people like Dr. Victor Frankl, Mother Teresa, and members of Mahatma Gandhi’s family.  He felt […]

“Mister, Are You Jesus?”

Posted by: on July 8, 2013

A number of years ago I read a story of a little boy, homeless, sitting on the street begging.  A man passed by, looking at the boy, decided to stop and help.  As he approached the young lad he determined that the boy could not walk.  He asked where he would be staying the night […]

Dating the Church?

Posted by: on July 8, 2013

Joshua Harris has written a book entitled, “Stop Dating the Church.”  In it he discusses things like: “Can This Relationship Be Saved?”   (What We Miss When We Date the Church) “He Still Calls Her His Bride” (Seeing the Church from Heaven’s Perspective) “Why We Really Need the Local Church” (Thinking Globally, Loving Locally) Well, I […]

May I Help You?

Posted by: on July 8, 2013

He was sitting on the side walk and would not look up.  The day had not turned out the way he had expected it to go and now he is not sure whether to go home, or stop by the local bar to drink some courage before having to tell his wife it happened again; […]

“In The Beginning”

Posted by: on October 21, 2012

There is something about the word “beginning” that grabs our attention.  Something about it that makes us stop and ask questions, like, “in the beginning when?”  Or, “in the beginning where?” Or, “in the beginning of what?”  There’s just something about that word that calls for our attention.   Isn’t it interesting that the Bible […]

What are you doing today?

Posted by: on October 13, 2012

Every new day brings us an opportunity to begin again.  What ever happened yesterday is in the past; nothing, absolutely nothing, can be done go change that.  Regrets may come to our mind, but they should never remain.  Bad choices cannot be changed or wiped away as if they never happened.  But, we can learn […]