“Coincidence?? I think NOT!”

So I had a great midnight run! Just a little over 3 miles (approximately)! To make a long story short (yeah right! lol)…I was running the first leg of the trip…this “leg” happened to take me right passed a friend’s house. I assumed he would be in bed, but I was wrong. Amazingly enough, he was outside talking with another friend of mine (one of whom I haven’t seen in over 6 years!!) The shocking thing was, right before I passed the house, the two friends had just started talking about me (good things I’m sure…right?) 😉 Of course, at … Continue reading “Coincidence?? I think NOT!”

Consecration

The definition of consecrate is to be set apart, sanctified; elsewhere, it is the devoting or setting apart of anything to the worship or service of God. In the New Testament, Christians are considered consecrated to the Lord: ~~~ “But you are A CHOSEN RACE, A royal PRIESTHOOD, A HOLY NATION, A PEOPLE FOR God’s OWN POSSESSION, so that you may proclaim the excellencies of Him who has called you out of darkness into His marvelous light….” 1 Peter 2:9 ~~~ Would it be that my life, every day, would be one that is consecrated to the Lord…not just on … Continue reading Consecration

Christian Music Review: Yours, by Steven Curtis Chapman

Yours 1 Chronicles 29:11, Psalm 24:1, Psalm 89:11, Acts 17:24-26 ~~~ I walk the streets of London And notice in the faces passing by Something that makes me stop and listen My heart grows heavy with the cry Where is the hope for London? You whisper and my heart begins to soar As I’m reminded every street in London is Yours I walk the dirt roads of Uganda I see the scars that war has left behind Hope like the sun is fading And they’re waiting for a cure no one can find And I hear children’s voices singing Of … Continue reading Christian Music Review: Yours, by Steven Curtis Chapman

Recent post from safeguard4u…

Here is a recent post I made on a blog I contribute to – it is titled, “Self-Reliance: A Catastrophic Deception.” The other day I was perusing through a book of Puritan prayers & devotions, called The Valley of Vision. I would highly recommend the owning of this book. The prayers are so deep and the language used is incomparable! I came across the following prayer, dealing with penitence and deprecation: Reliance, p. 176 “My Father, When thou art angry towards me for my wrongs I try to pacify thee by abstaining from future sin; But teach me that I … Continue reading Recent post from safeguard4u…