August 27, 2018 @ 1:07 AM
Welcome again to this week's word for the week. Peter walked on water when Jesus told him to come to Him. Many people will point out that Peter began to sink but there's still a fact that remains. Peter walked on water. He didn't skim across the top of it. Peter actually walked on the water. When did Peter begin to sink? When He took his eyes off of Jesus.
That leads us to a point this week. This is one of those weeks where it will be something for you to think about more than something for me to say. How many times have you taken your eyes off of Jesus? I realize that's a tough question and if you're not honest your immediate response will be never. The question is how true is that answer? While it's uncomfortable ...
August 12, 2018 @ 11:20 PM
Welcome again to this week's word for the week. If I were to ask you what you are waiting on God to do on your behalf you could probably name a list of things without thinking. That's fine and there's nothing wrong with knowing for sure what it is you are in expectation of. However, there's another twist to that very point. While you are waiting on God is it possible there are things He's waiting on you to do? Let's go further this week
This next move of God will require some things on your part. You will need to be in place with God. By that I mean you will not be able to afford anything getting in your way. You will need to have an open line of communication with God. You won't be able to have excuses. You can...
August 5, 2018 @ 11:17 PM
Welcome again to this week's word for the week. Have you ever walked into or passed by a place and there was food cooking that smelled good? Perhaps you were in your own kitchen and just by the smell of the food you could tell it would be good. You may not have even tasted anything but just by the smell of things you knew it would be good. Maybe you passed by a place and just the smell of the food alone made you stop and get something to eat. Yes, we're going somewhere this week and it will be short so let's get into this week's word.
My whole point is is more than simple anticipation. There was something that gave you confidence that it would be good beforehand. Instinctively you trusted that the taste would be good simply...