Tag: prayer

Caveat Emptor

Posted by: in Uncategorized on September 2nd

Caveat Emptor. Have you ever seen or heard these two words before? When I first heard them used by someone, I imagined they had something to do with taking out the trash in another language. Why? I honestly have no idea. My brain has been known to imagine odd translations for words I don’t understand…. View Article

Praying the Promises

Posted by: in Uncategorized on August 15th

Numbers 12:3 reads: “Now the man Moses was very meek, above all the men which were upon the face of the earth.” Moses was a man not characterized by his gifts and charisma, nor his looks and stature… as some Old Testament characters were. No, quite the opposite actually, as Moses is known for being… View Article

Permission to Disturb

Posted by: in Uncategorized on May 27th

  Privacy can be defined as, “the state or condition of being free from being observed or disturbed by other people.” When you’re staying in a hotel, chances are there will be an option to attach a door hanger to the door of your room that says, “Do Not Disturb.” This is undoubtedly a valuable… View Article

Developing a Prayer Life

Posted by: in Editorials on September 20th

Prayer is a spiritual matter and we must understand that our flesh is naturally disinclined to do spiritual things. Paul described this dilemma between our flesh and our spirit in one of his epistles, “For the flesh lusteth against the Spirit, and the Spirit against the flesh: and these are contrary the one to the… View Article

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