Editor’s Letter | Even in bleak times, there is hope, and hope comes through faith in the promises of God. God gave His only Son so we could receive it and walk in abundance through our journey. However, if we never flex a muscle, it becomes lame. Faith is a muscle that gains its strength through a relationship with Jesus. Each time we believe what the Word says over what the world says, we flex our “faith muscle.” And God will only meet you at your level of faith in His abilities.
by Bob Jacobus | A faux pas is a misstep, often a blunder or tactless act. Untimely, unthoughtful remarks or expression of opinions, gaffes if you will, are also considered faux pas. There are outcomes or consequences to these bloopers, often more severe than the offence. In the Kingdom of Heaven, an unintentional sin and errors in faith, no matter how innocent, are missteps and most definitely faux pas. Aren’t you glad that God has great mercy for faux pas?
by Al Tucker | As I write this edition’s Revealing God’s Glory article on lessons, we are enjoying one of God’s masterpieces, springtime! Just think of how dull life would be without this wonderful annual blessing: no returning robins nor other melodious songbirds that sing their heart out…
by Bob Jacobus | In these modern times, humanity is measured on a linear scale, which functions much like the weight and balance beam. The turning point is the exact, perfect center. To one side is the left and to the other side is the right. No one stands at the perfect center. If you believe in God, then God stands there, except deity is not measured on a human scale. What is the fulcrum, the perfect standard of humanity? With today’s rhetoric and yesterday’s behavior, there can be no doubt that people are either left or right on the balance beam of eternity.
By Bob Jacobus | There are three paths of direct spiritual contact available to mankind. Prayers generally emanate from humanity, blessings generally originate from divinity, and communions are interactions between parties. ..