According to the Merrian-Webster Dictionary, imagination is “something not present to the senses or never before wholly perceived in reality." So, since God is something not present to our senses nor wholly perceived in our reality, how can we know that God is really real? Imagine answers that question via things that are present in our reality: Thomas Edison, Alexander Graham Bell, and the honeybee.
The potter safeguards their masterpiece from the moment their hands first grasp the lump of wet clay on the wheel. Even in the fiery furnace, the potter never allows the kiln to ruin what took so long to accomplish. The Potter Kiln invites you to feel the Master Potter's hands on your life whether you are on the wheel, in the kiln, resting, or actively serving.
The Bible was never designed to sit on the coffee table or occupy an hour of our Sunday or precede dessert as a weekly Bible study. So, why does Sunday’s message evaporated like the morning dew before you leave the church parking lot? What happens when we read God's word daily? An Apple A Day will solidify your desire to benefit from daily inspiration.
Although every relationship struggles, your pain is unique. Self-pity parties are justified when your feelings are not acknowledged. Initially, Truth Be Told, was how God used pearls and swine to minister to me during a rough patch in my marriage. Since then, my 'pearls' have enabled me to minister to others dealing with the same feelings. Truth Be Told is not longer just my story but a combination of women whom God has ministered to with a simple childhood song, a string of pearls, and a pig. All of the facts are true, just not all to the same person. May our stories minister to you, too.
The words we speak and the deeds we do are just as important as what we neglect to say or do.
Words and Deeds is a simple poem which celebrates our words and deeds that inspire and encourage.
What we say and do impacts others.
Just as weeds choke out flowers, our unspoken words and undone deeds choke out the good we could have done.
What seeds will bloom in your footprints?