When the woman at the well (John 4) came into contact with Jesus who told her everything she’d ever done and ran to tell the Samaritan people, she was, in that moment, one of the first ministers of this Kingdom gospel Jesus brought. She didn’t go home first and leave the man with whom she… Continue reading unpopular opinion
There’s a post circulating on Facebook about a man showing his love through everyday things instead of big romantic gestures. Maybe you’ve seen it. The author talks about how her husband pushes the grocery cart and opens doors and calls to see if she needs anything on the way home. She goes on to tell… Continue reading isn’t it romantic?
You’ve heard the adage: “You reap what you sow.” The Word is very clear in Paul’s second letter to the Corinthians: […he who is sowing sparingly, sparingly shall also reap; and he who sows in blessings, in blessings shall also reap.] This holds true for many of us if, like me, you’ve been churched all your… Continue reading we always reap what we sow…right?
To this point, my life has been an amalgam of many different things: hurt, disappointment, gladness, sorrow, loss, joy, inability, unworthiness, love… If you think you’re seeing a pattern, you’re right. For a portion of my life, I was in a place where happiness was very short-lived, if ever experienced. Though small, that time had a… Continue reading it will not be (un)redeemed.