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Do You See the Beauty of Faith?

Do You See the Beauty of Faith?

The bible defines faith this way: “To have faith is to be sure of the things we hope for, to be certain of the things we cannot see.” (Hebrews 11:1 GNT) The words “sure” and “certain” imply a strength of belief and a confidence that the object of our hope...
The Fig Tree and Zacchaeus

The Fig Tree and Zacchaeus

I recently posted this entry at “Two Canadians in Australia” which is my pictorial website about the life that my husband Ed, and I, are experiencing while we are in Australia. I started blogging through this website. In fact, it was because of these fig...
Dumping My To-Do List

Dumping My To-Do List

My husband and I were looking at moving back to Canada soon. If moving across the city is stressful, an international move is made more-so by all the extra decisions and details involved. Packing is complicated by having to sort through accumulated belongings and...
More Love, More Power

More Love, More Power

When Jesus challenges us about our faith, what he really is saying, “Do you trust me?” “Do you believe in ME?” He draws our attention to Himself. He demonstrates God’s heart toward us in everything that he says and does. In the whole of his ministry he did only what he saw his Father doing. They were one in love and purpose. Man connecting with God in a relationship of trust is a powerful thing. Because he knew God, trusted God, listened to God, and being filled with the Holy Spirit, he moved in the power of God. Apart from God, he could do nothing. Neither can we!

Change is Coming

Change is Coming

So, today, as Change approaches once again, I look up into the unchangeable security of God. He has invited me to find my secure belonging in Him. He has given me confidence through His words of promise and through His intimate presence in my life. Change may come, but Change must bow before the Unchanging One. Therefore I know that whatever Change brings to me, it brings only by the Will of God. This comforts me. I Rest in this truth.

The Confident Prayer. The Confident Pray-er.

The Confident Prayer. The Confident Pray-er.

I have prayed for the healing of many people over the course of my life, in all areas of need: physical, emotional, mental, and spiritual and mostly a combination of these. I have prayed with understanding, revelation, and with sincerity. But, not always with a lot of faith.

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