We hope you will find this section useful for your morning or evening devotion time. These are where you will find most of our Contributors’ devotions. Our Contributors have been selected because of their love of Jesus Christ, and their messages. Word count varies with each individual blogger, as does his/her writing style.
According to Wise Counsel Wealth.com, we have a 95% advantage over most of the world just by being an American citizen. Most of us do not go to bed hungry, or worry about where we will sleep. We have a homeless population over 552,000, however resources are available to most of them. …Continue reading →
A word fitly spoken is like apples of gold in settings of silver. ~Proverbs 25:11 NKJV “So, this is supposed to be my bait?” I sniffed a plastic bowl of shrimp, wrinkled my nose, and coughed. The jolly man behind the store counter chuckled as he crinkled his eyes and flashed tobacco-stained teeth. “Yup. The fish love ‘em. And I heered they’s really a-bitin’ today.” He winked. “Good luck.” The screen door creaked behind me as I waved ‘so long’ … Continue reading →
Why do we make learning so difficult? Watch, no, observe a child noticing a bug, squatting down, focused, reaching out to touch it. Maybe just with a stick. Maybe prodding it with a finger or a toe. But the child…Continue reading →
The couple’s entrance into the café was like watching a ballet in slow motion. He was using a walker; she was using a cane. After the gentleman passed through the doorway, he held it open for his lady. She, gracefully attentive to her mate, shuffled through the entrance, bowing as she went, as if he was a chivalrous knight returning from a victorious conquest. I wondered how they would solve the obvious problem. The man’s walker now blocked the doorway. … Continue reading →
Prior to the coming of the Messiah, the priest had to repeat the same duties for the same people over and over, year after year. Those sacrifices were only a temporary fix to an ongoing problem. The High priest was constantly on his feet in service for the needs of the people, and no doubt he was worn out at the end of the day. ..Continue reading →