July 1: On Being Isaac

Have you ever wondered what it was like to be Isaac? It would have been difficult for him to be unspoiled. Daddy was rich. He was Momma and Daddy’s long-awaited child — probably constantly reminded how God had promised his…

June 24: Laying Our Isaacs Down

Abraham was both a special man and a common man. His specialness was derived from the fact that God chose him to begin a walk of faith that resulted in the birth of the Messiah and the redemption from sin….

June 17: Victory Is Mine

Have you heard rumors of a victorious life, or is that something you know by experience? This is an important question because, according to the Bible, we do have victory in Jesus. Very often it feels to us like it…

June 10: New Jerusalem

Home is where the heart is. One does not need to know me long to discern that “Ill-annoy” is not my home. I’m a warm weather and sunshine kind of gal, and I refer to this state as “the land…

June 3: The Blood Will Never Lose Its Power

The sacrificial system in the Old Testament was a bloody mess. With our modern, urban, sanitized sensibilities by which we never see any part of the unsightly process that brings the meat to our tables, we would probably be appalled…