Comprehending God’s Love, preached by Paul David Washer, founder of HeartCry Missionary Society at Columbia International University, October 2022. Continue reading Comprehending God’s Love
Only one life, ’twill soon be past,
Only what’s done for Christ will last.
And when I am dying, how happy I’ll be, If the lamp of my life has been burned out for Thee. Continue reading Only One Life
This short seven-day devotional is meant to get your thoughts onto God and your mind and body into prayer, communion, rejoicing and intimacy in walking with God. Continue reading The Initial Seven Days: Entering into a Life of Prayer
Over the course of the last 21 years of my new life in Christ, there have been many areas of my life that have needed, and still do need, conformity, discipline and conformity to the Word of God. Continue reading Thinking on Jesus and His Life of Prayer
In these days of perilous times and outward satanic devices of various kinds, “The Saints’ Everlasting Rest”, an original work by Richard Baxter in 1650, may very well be the edification and encouragement, the help and direction, the challenge and cutting, for the church today. Continue reading The Saints’ Everlasting Rest | Book Review
Are you feeling overwhelmed? “Draw near to God and He will draw near to you.” Continue reading Feeling Overwhelmed?
A reminder, we have transitioned over to a whole new blog / journal page called FORGE FLOWER. Please sign up to follow us via email, blog and SUBSCRIBE to our new PODCAST on Rumble as well. Links below. Continue reading New Podcast and Blog Page
After nearly 15 years of writing articles and blogging, I have decided to start a more simple blog offering timely help and hope for the one needing encouragement and hope, help and direction, light and truth. Continue reading All NEW Blog – FORGEFLOWER
Reflecting on Twenty Years: Plowing into Eternity | As I have said before, “I in a heap of sin so insurmountable that if it were not for the grace of Jesus Christ and His propitiation, I would forever be undone by my atrocities against the Lord my God.” Continue reading Reflecting on Twenty Years