Epiphany: You Don’t Have to Be a Christian to Call on Jesus

Epiphany is a celebration by the Body of Christ of the revelation of Jesus Christ to the gentiles — all nations of people who are not from His own Jewish heritage. On this day, we often celebrate the arrival of the wise men from the east, who came many miles, following a great sign inContinue reading “Epiphany: You Don’t Have to Be a Christian to Call on Jesus”

Now My Heart Must Sing

I’ve been going through some troubling situations lately and found myself feeling pretty low as a result. But in a time of prayer this morning, the Lord graciously reminded me of a poem He had given me almost two years ago. That poem was the record of another time in my life – many, manyContinue reading “Now My Heart Must Sing”

What Are You Worth?

“Long lay the world in sin and error, pining, ’til He appeared, and the soul felt its worth.”  (‘O Holy Night’ by Placide Cappeau de Roquemaure) These words are familiar to most of us as part of a Christmas carol — a song we hear only during the month of December each year and thenContinue reading “What Are You Worth?”

Touched

Have you ever watched sunlight caress a mountain? It moves over it slowly … steadily … possessively … eventually spreading its light and warmth into every possible crevice. It rests there as long as possible … moving away unwillingly … continuing to stretch itself … reaching out with lingering fingers of light … trying toContinue reading “Touched”

Creation – Behind the Scenes: A One-Act Play

  Time: Creation, Day 6 Place: Heaven, looking down at Earth Cast: God, One Inquisitive Angel   Conversation: Angel to God: “What are you doing, God?” God: “Creating a man.” Angel: “What are you going to do with him?” God: “Love him.” Angel: “What will he do for you?” God: “Give me pleasure.” Angel: “WillContinue reading “Creation – Behind the Scenes: A One-Act Play”