I Saw the Sign – Thoughts on 2 Kings 20:1-11

King Hezekiah was sick and God told him through the prophet Isaiah that he would die. Hezekiah pleaded with God for more time and God gave him 15 more years. He requested a sign that God would do what He promised which was commonplace at this time. God didn't object to giving proof if the... Continue Reading →


The Shadow of Prayer

Prayer is always the forerunner of divine mercy. Even a short glance at Christian history uncovers that great mercies are seldom known separated from supplication. This is also true of personal experience. There are showers of unsolicited favor but still great prayer has been the prelude of great mercy within. When peace was found by... Continue Reading →

Some of our best prayers say nothing more than “Help!”, but don’t allow the 140 character limit apply to your pleas to the Ancient of Days. God reads txt and tweet but that is not to supplant the anvil of agony of spirit nor the closet of quiet obedience.

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