Daily Devotional – 3/29/18 “It has to finish!”

Words have the power to change everything. You don’t have to believe me. Ask somebody who’s had to stand before a judge waiting on a sentence of guilty or not guilty. Ask the man who has had to wait on the answer to his proposal. Ask the person who had to hear cancer or remission.Continue reading “Daily Devotional – 3/29/18 “It has to finish!””

Daily Devotional – 3/28/18 “What do you thirst for?”

Hours after Jesus was tried, beaten, mocked and hung; He says, through a dry mouth. “I thirst.” He’s probably feeling the effects of dehydration, by now because if you remember, He refused to drink the first time the soldiers offered Him the wine mingled with myrrh. But why would Jesus now say, I thirst? Again,Continue reading “Daily Devotional – 3/28/18 “What do you thirst for?””

Daily Devotional – 3/27/18 “Make it personal!”

I don’t proclaim to be a bible scholar. I don’t know every scripture. In fact, I don’t even know where every book of the bible is located. I used to be able to name them all in order but child, time has changed some things. Anyway, my purpose in saying this is, in reading andContinue reading “Daily Devotional – 3/27/18 “Make it personal!””

Daily Devotional – 3/22/18 “When your sound change!”

While Jesus hung on a cross, with nails through his hands and feet, with a crown of thorns on His head, a mocking sign of “King of the Jews,” over His head and a criminal on both sides; He was still concerned about saving those who desired to be saved. You know the story, right?Continue reading “Daily Devotional – 3/22/18 “When your sound change!””

Daily Devotional – 3/21/18 “Father, forgive them …”

As Jesus hung on the cross, after being found guilty of caring more about people than they actually cared for themselves, after being beaten for loving folk who lied on Him, after His wrists and legs were nailed for taking the majority of our suffering; through pain He mumbled these words in Luke 23:34, “Father,Continue reading “Daily Devotional – 3/21/18 “Father, forgive them …””