Daily Devotional: How Much Does God Our Heavenly Father Love Us?

"For God so loved the world that He gave His one and only Son, that everyone who believes in Him shall not perish but have eternal life." - John 3:16 A few days ago I took my two sons to Skyzone--an indoor park with trampolines, rock climbing, basketball goals, ramps, and other fun gadgets. As... Continue Reading →

Haiku Poem: The Prodigal Son

The Prodigal Son is a great story about forgiveness and redemption. It teaches us the unconditional love our Heavenly Father has towards people. When we sin and break God's commands, our conscience lies to us and says we are not good enough. However, if we admit our guilt and seek forgiveness, our heavenly father is... Continue Reading →

Poem: Dear Soul, Awake from Your Slumber

Soul, please awake from your slumber. Are you alive? Do you hunger? For the righteousness of your King Who triumphed over death's sharp sting. Soul, please awake from your slumber. Are you alive? Do you hunger? For the graciousness of your Savior Who died for your sinful behavior. Soul, please awake from your slumber. Are... Continue Reading →

Poem: The Son of God On The Cross

The Son of God on the Cross Broken, battered, and torn Bruised, crushed, and worn For the sins of humankind. The Son of God on the Cross Shouting out, "Forgive them." They don't understand their sin. What unconditional love is this? The Son of God on the Cross Who died for you and me Setting... Continue Reading →

Bless And Love Your Enemies Like Jesus Did

"Do not repay evil with evil or insult with insult. On the contrary, repay evil with blessing, because to this you were called so that you may inherit a blessing (1 Peter 3:9-10)." Warren Wiersbe, an American Pastor, once said: "As Christians, we can live on one of three levels. We can return evil for... Continue Reading →

The Parable of the other Prodigal Son

Read Luke 15:11-32. Meditate on this scripture passage for 20 minutes and ask yourself: What is the main idea? What are good questions to ask? How can I apply this story to my life?Main Idea (s) 1. The story of the Prodigal Son is in a series with two other like-minded parables, the lost sheep and the... Continue Reading →

The Beauty of Unconditional Forgiveness

On a scale from 1-10, one being the easiest and ten being the hardest, how would you rate your ability to forgive someone in the following situations. Afterward, ask yourself,  "Does my desire to forgive depend on the severity of the offense?" 1. Your sibling borrows your coat jacket for a backpacking trip in the... Continue Reading →

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