Day 22 – In the Stillness

Scripture reminds us that all things must be done properly — one thing after another. It doesn’t mention anything about taking shortcuts or omitting things. Another translation states do everything properly and in order. Again, the message is clear that there’s an order to things, so we must follow the natural order of things. Much like…

Sunrise Sermon: No Words Necessary

God speaks in the stillness. Are you listening? Do you know his voice? As his sheep, we know the voice of the Good Shepherd. All we need to do to hear him is be still. Now therefore stand still that I may plead with you before the Lord concerning all the righteous deeds of the Lord that he performed…

Nothing Is Impossible

Good morning, friends! Today I’d like to share a message of hope with you. If you’re living a life that seems hopeless — facing a death sentence, drowning in sin, or just feeling lost, know that you are not alone. Many are in the same situation waiting patiently for God to make a way. The…

Sunrise Sermon: Just Right

This past week as I began preparing for today’s message, I found my thoughts to be scattered hither and yon. They usually come together in a cohesive little box with a coherent little bow, but as I heaped more and more onto my plate last week, I quickly grew tired and too weary to package…

The Pieces Fit

Each time I sit and begin to hammer out these posts, I’m continually amazed that God is using me — a little girl from a small town in Louisiana to minister to all of you. I’m overwhelmed now as I recall the many times he spoke to me in my teens and 20s, and I…

Hang On

Good morning, beautiful people!  I trust that you had a great weekend and reveled in the resurrection of our Lord yesterday. What a wonderful revelation to know that Jesus overcame the grave. Not even death could hold him down. Let that truth settle into your soul as you think about where you are today and…

From My Heart to Yours

It’s been a while since I’ve written a letter — not an e-mail or a few words scribbled on a card. I mean an old school letter using a pen, stationery, an envelope, and a stamp. The kind of message that requires that you wait for its response in the mail — hoping that the…