• Does God Answer Prayers...Fast?

    The answer according to the Bible is yes. But a few things depend on you. Maybe even someone else. Let’s talk about you first.

  • Does God Answer Prayer?

    Many people want to know if God answers prayer. You can Google the question and a hundred different ways to ask it pop up. Three main questions emerge:
                   1. Does God answer prayer?
                   2. Will God answer the prayers of unbelievers?
                   3. Does God answer prayers fast?

  • We Are the "Tent of Meeting"

    One thing the Bible teaches us is that God wants to meet with us. In the Garden of Eden, heaven and earth became one as God walked with Adam. The Onkelos Targum translates the Genesis 3:8 passage as Adam heard “the voice of the Word of the Lord God walking.” John says, “In the beginning was the Word.” He goes on to say the Word became flesh and dwelt among us.” (John1:1,14) John is telling us that the Word is God and Jesus is God. When God gave Moses instructions for the tabernacle, it was to be…

  • When Enemies Are Really Friends

    True friends are hard to come by. But in Matthew 8 and Luke 7 we see a host of them.

  • Praises and Prayers

    January is certainly the month I have my nose to the grindstone. I have neglected the blog to begin some of the projects I talked about in the last post. But I wanted to check in and say that I am so happy for #PastorSaeed and Naghmeh. Thank You, God! Also I am praying for the Americans missing in Iraq. We are living in difficult times. The need to walk close to God is always before us so that we have His favor in whatever He calls us to do. But it seems the need is greater as evil advances. Wha…

  • How Do You Make Decisions?

    The Art of Making Decisions That Don't Embarrass You in Three Days

    It has been hot in my part of Michigan lately. For many vacationers, this was the weather they were hoping for in July so they could enjoy the water. But I am partial to the 70◦ days and 50◦ nights. Hot in Michigan is rarely without its comrade: humid. We say it fast, hotnhewmud, as if it were one word. Because, here, it has its own identity. Most commonly, it appears when the crickets are shiny black and fat, spiders are huge and bugs of varying size and shape whir, buzz and click in the tree…

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