Confront what is false, receive what is true

In an earlier post, I used the story of Naaman’s healing in 2 Kings 5, to highlight how God can use people, considered unlikely sources, to bring His blessings to people in need.  I also pointed out that material things and psychological and social barriers can threaten the flow of God’s blessings.  Continuing with theContinue reading “Confront what is false, receive what is true”

A lesson in grace from a sermon and prision visit

Although I cannot remember the exact date, it is a day I will never forget.  On a warm day in fall, a sermon was preached on the parable of the workers in the vineyard (Matthew 20 verses 1- 16) that set me off on a journey that led me to a deeper understanding of God’s grace, andContinue reading “A lesson in grace from a sermon and prision visit”

Bringing God’s blessings – Unlikely sources & likely barriers

Do you consider yourself to be too socially insignificant or incapable of acting for God to help other people?   If that’s the case, I want to remind you that you are the child of the Supreme God, Creator and King of the universe.  That alone tells you how important you are.  God chooses you,Continue reading “Bringing God’s blessings – Unlikely sources & likely barriers”