God Shows No Partiality

For God does not show favoritism. Romans 2:11 We live in a society that is quick to judge and condemn others.  Yet, God shows no partiality (Rom. 2:11). Peter said in Acts 10:34-35: “I now realize how true it is that God does not show favoritism but accepts from every nation the one who fears himContinue reading God Shows No Partiality

Clothe Yourselves

“…clothe yourselves with the Lord Jesus Christ” Many times the Bible uses the term “clothe” as a metaphor  to illustrate a spiritual concept. Webster’s defines clothe as to dress or to be endowed especially with power or a quality. In our natural state we would not go out of the the house without having onContinue reading Clothe Yourselves

Who Is My Neighbor Anyway?

Who is your neighbor? Is it the person who lives next door to you or perhaps the person down the street. Webster’s defines neighbor as “one living or located near another”. Mister Rogers opening song on Mister Rogers’ Neighborhood: It’s a beautiful day in the neighborhood A beautiful day for a neighbor Could you be mine?Continue reading Who Is My Neighbor Anyway?

Why I Call God Father!

Why I call God Father excerpt taken from Daughter of the King: Possessing Your Spiritual Inheritance.   In Scripture, there are many different names used to describe God. While all the names of God are important in many ways, the name “Abba Father” is one of the most significant names of God in understanding how He relatesContinue reading Why I Call God Father!

Is There Middle Ground?

My spirit has been grieved as I witness the controversy and constant media attention given to the ongoing conflict between the President and the NFL, and some of the off the cuff comments by a pastor “these players ought to be thanking God that they live in a country where they’re not only free toContinue reading Is There Middle Ground?