Your Faith Expects

In Mark 11:24, we read: “Therefore I tell you, whatever you ask in prayer, believe that you have received it, and it will be yours” (ESV). This certainly is not a green light to expect you will receive every single thing you request in your prayers. When God answers our prayers, we receive a “yes” … Continue reading Your Faith Expects

May It Be

Yesterday, we looked at how Zechariah questioned an angel’s declaration of a promised child. He questioned the possibility because of the ages of both him and his wife. Today, we look to Mary and her interaction with the angel announcing the promise of Jesus. The possibility again is questioned, but this time it’s different. For … Continue reading May It Be

Until I Become Prayer

Psalm 109:4 says, “Though I love them, they stand accusing me like Satan for what I’ve never done. I will pray until I become prayer itself (TPT). Our focus for today: “Until I become prayer itself” or “I give myself to prayer.” The Psalmist was in a tough spot. He was trying to love people … Continue reading Until I Become Prayer

Miracle Maker

Read Psalm 86. Today’s verse speaks about God’s miracles. The Message translation says, “There’s no one quite like You among the gods, O Lord, and nothing to compare with Your works. All the nations You made are on their way, ready to give honor to You, O Lord, ready to put Your beauty on display, … Continue reading Miracle Maker

Listen and Wait

In Psalm 85, the Psalmist asks God for restoration and revival and for a fresh outpouring of God’s love. The Psalmist says, “Now I’ll listen carefully to Your voice and wait to hear whatever You say.” As I consider this verse, I cannot help but be struck by two things. The “now” and the “listen” … Continue reading Listen and Wait

Isn’t It Enough

Over the past few months, I spent some time doing some upgrades in the kitchen. I usually am not big into changing the decor or even spending money; however, there were some items on my Amazon wish list, and a whole lot of quarantine time to go shopping. A new marble cutting board. An over-the-sink … Continue reading Isn’t It Enough