• Suddenly The Angel Left

    Would you like to talk to an angel about what’s happening to you?  I would. Peter came close, but did not have adequate time for an in-depth discussion.   It is reported in Acts 12:8-10.  King Herod, willing to please the militant Jews, killed James (the brother of John).  He arrested Peter, intending to put him … Continue reading Suddenly The Angel Left

  • Meaningful Meetings with the Master (Part 2 of 2)

    Our individual worship times are more essential to our spiritual health than serving in a local church; more essential than communion; more essential than fellowship, valuable though all of those things can be.  We have been looking at having nourishing times alone with God.  Five suggestions were: Let’s continue thinking about having meaningful meetings with … Continue reading Meaningful Meetings with the Master (Part 2 of 2)

  • Meaningful Meetings with the Master

    A Christian who enjoys a positive relationship with the Lord will likely say that their private time of worship is what nourishes and sustains them. Since a little directly from God is better than a lot from people, Christians have to know how to feed themselves from the Bible. One’s personal time of worship is … Continue reading Meaningful Meetings with the Master