Faith and Grieving July 2, 2018

Isaiah 43:18-19 “Forget the former things; do not dwell on the past. See, I am doing a new thing. Now it springs up; do you not perceive it? I am making a way in the wilderness and streams in the wasteland.”  Wilderness and wasteland. Another translation of this verse...

Faith and Grieving June 27, 2018

For the Advance of the Gospel I have written before about how God has and continues to bless us in the aftermath of such a devastating, and tragic loss; when we had to bury Russell, Shawna, Tylee, and Blake; our son, daughter-in-law, and two grandchildren. God...

Faith and Grief Post #7

My Forever Changed World Our world wasn’t just changed. It was ripped apart and torn into unrecognizable pieces that would never resemble what we had just a few short weeks ago. Because we lost four members of our family all at once and in a way, that was so horrific,...

Faith and Grief Post 6 August 2015

  Reading Scripture this morning and the commentary that goes with the reading for today……………….    It talks about wondering why it seems that the wicked don’t suffer and even seem to prosper. It goes on to say that God will deal with that in His time, and that we...

Faith and Grief Post 5

Hope… What is my hope? What am I hoping for? Why do I need hope? I should ask, “Who is my Hope?” My Hope is Jesus. My Hope is IN Jesus! I can’t go on without Hope. Hope that comforts and brings peace. I need Hope to face tomorrow. I need to have Hope that everything...

Faith and Grief Post 4

A relationship with Jesus is a personal journey. To be able to run to Him in the face of unbearable tragedy is the result of spending time with the God who loves us completely. Reading and meditating daily in Scripture, prayer and Bible study are some of the most...