For that entry that just doesn’t fit the above categories, you will find it in the VineWords Potpourri section. Here you will find articles, children’s stories, and a “potpourri” of other writings. Have fun reading these marvelous miscellaneous musings from the writer’s keyboard.
“Lord, do you want us to tell fire to come down from heaven and consume them? (Luke 9:54 ESV)” James and John said in unison. The disciples were bothered that the Samaritans didn’t receive Jesus as He traveled through Samaria on His way to Jerusalem. The disciples didn’t believe in equal opportunity for these Samaritan men they perceived to be enemies. Can you imagine James and John’s surprise when Jesus rebuked them rather than the Samaritans? Jesus knew the Samaritans … Continue reading →
Friends, this is long, and it is not my usual devotion or story. Rather, it is my testimony of God’s healing grace. I include it so that if you need a miracle or healing from Jesus, you can know He really IS The Great Physician. If you have a healing testimony, please share it in the comments section. This will serve to encourage others to believe Jesus for their healing. MY HEALING TESTIMONY OVER BREAST CANCER THE DIAGNOSIS Cancer… The … Continue reading →
Recently, while I was worshiping, I closed my eyes, and saw Jesus’ eyes as Lion’s eyes. I was taken aback, and so I asked Him to show me again. He didn’t. It was just one glimpse, and that was it. Immediately, I knew He was revealing Himself as the Lion of Judah. I thought about this for days. His eyes were amazing! In Revelation 5:5b KJV, John the Disciple writes, “Behold, the Lion of the tribe of Judah, the Root … Continue reading →
Hello Friend, Jesus saves. That’s right, friends. He died on the cross and rose from the dead to redeem YOU, and He LIVES today. If you are saved, please consider sharing your testimony in the comments section. If you don’t know Jesus yet but you want to, I encourage you to read my testimony and the testimony of others, and then ask Jesus to save you. I’ve penned some words about who Jesus is. You might want to read these … Continue reading →
In Ronald Reagan’s 1986 Memorial Day speech given at Arlington National Cemetery,  the President says, “It’s the young who do the fighting and dying when a peace fails and a war begins.” He lists hero after hero, outlining through these examples why we honor our fallen military men and women. Reagan shares, “Not far from here is the statue of the three servicemen. … Perhaps you’ve seen it—three rough boys walking together, looking ahead with a steady gaze. … The … Continue reading →