Special Assignment

Each of us has a special assignment. We have each be given a life to lead “that the Lord has assigned.” Each of us has a different assignment, a different circumstance, a different condition. Wherever we are, whatever our current condition, it is unique. It is our very own special assignment. In ministry and in … Continue reading Special Assignment

Hiding in the Baggage

After Samuel poured the oil over Saul’s head to anoint him as the Lord had instructed, something happened to Saul—he went missing. When they asked the Lord where he was, the Lord pointed out that he was “hiding among the baggage.” He was hiding. Other versions say he had “hidden himself among the supplies.” Either … Continue reading Hiding in the Baggage

Insignificant to You

A big question stood out when I was reading Numbers 16 and the account of Korah’s greed. Does it seem insignificant to you? What a question for us to consider in life. Here Korah and others were aligned together with their selfishness fueling the way. God had given them great positions and blessed them well. … Continue reading Insignificant to You

Personally Appointed

The Lord told Moses that He specifically chose Bezalel and personally appointed Oholiab as well. Specifically chosen. Personally appointed. Those descriptions fit us as well. We each have a special calling on our lives—we each are specifically chosen. God has a plan for each individual and each plan is different.  Two big problems we see … Continue reading Personally Appointed

The Four E’s of Rebekah

When Abraham sent his servant to seek out a wife for his son Isaac, the servant, a loyal man who relied on God throughout the mission, was met by Rebekah. The servant of Abraham prayed for God’s guidance with selecting a wife for Isaac, and included some signs to point to the woman who should … Continue reading The Four E’s of Rebekah