Love’s Invitation

The voice of my beloved! behold, he cometh leaping upon the mountains, skipping upon the hills – Song of Solomon 2:8 “The voice of my Beloved” is matchless and full of desire. His voice is a voice of love; a love that is infinite and true. His voice reflects the graciousness of His heart and is engaging and endearing.  His voice, fiery and passionate, arouses every fiber of my being. His voice resonates within the chambers of my heart. I … Read More

Do Something

Whatever thy hand finds to do,  do it with all your might – Ecclesiastes 9:10 Just do it! Do what’s possible, and God will do the impossible. After all, doing something is better than a million bright ideas. You  don’t want  to miss the break afforded you by waiting for some great or perfect opportunity. Today, practice your faith by walking it out, working it out, living it out.  By maximizing  your efforts mightily  the arousal to service will energize … Read More

Mary, Mother of Jesus

On thousands of sacred canvases throughout Christendom Mary the mother of Jesus Christ is the emblem of beauty and purity.  It is her face that Christ had most resembled; she was after all His mother, and He in all things her son.  Mary stands apart from all women in history and she has been the personification of all that is fine and noble in womanhood. “Blessed art thou among women” (Luke 1: 28,42) The admiration of her is timeless and … Read More

Much Prayer. Much Power.

Dr. David Yonggi Cho, pastor of the world’s largest church with over 1 million in attendance said, “Much prayer, much power; little prayer, little power; no prayer, no power!” In the book Intercessory Prayer Dutch Sheets taught that there are things that God does for us, that would not be done, if we had not prayed. The effective, fervent prayer of a righteous man avails much. Elijah was a man with a nature  like ours,  and he prayed earnestly that … Read More

To Be or Not To Be?

Far better to be right and poor than be wrong and rich (Proverbs 16:8 MSG). Samuel the prophet stood before the nation that he led for 40 years and asked the people a very interesting question: “Have I ever taken advantage of you or exploited you? Have I ever taken a bribe or played fast and loose with the law? Bring your complaint and I’ll make it right. ‘Oh no,’ they said, ‘never have you done any of that’” (1 … Read More

Two Are Better Than One

“Two are better than one, because they have a good reward for their labor. For if they fall, one will lift up his companion. But woe to him who is alone when he falls, for he has no one to help him up.” (Ecclesiastes 4: 9,10) There’s a great lure today as schedules get stretched and days are so filled, to sacrifice friendship for family and business. I love my work and my family, but my girlfriends – my sista’s – … Read More