God has gently reminded me more than once that the onus for what he has promised is not on me. It is on him.
“I do not always understand the mystery of prayer, but I know its power.”
I wondered how hungry the man was to steal an egg salad sandwich from a convenience store. I also wondered how he would have reacted to the customer’s kindness. He left without knowing his debt was paid. He was free to go. The food belonged to him.
One of my favorite evangelists is known by her place of
conversion. She is the woman at the well — the Samaritan woman — who
encountered Jesus while she was filling her water pot. She had a conversation that transformed her and moved her to share her experience with others.
At a time in my life when things were not like I wanted, I sat in a restaurant booth across from a friend as…
Occasionally, I pay for people’s coffee while I’m buying my own. Not because I’m rich, but because it’s a nice thing to do. Recently,…
Limits that people try to put on women do not change the identity God has given them as ministers of the Gospel.