COVID19 VERSUS ROMANS 1:16

by Art Herrera
 
Today at the gas station a man yelled at me using some very colorful language…! He said for me to use hand sanitizer that way I do not infect him and his wife with this virus that is going on. I didn’t see any hand sanitizer so I asked him to show me. He came over next to me really close and showed me where the sanitizer was attached. I pointed out to him that he was only two feet away from me and if one of us was infected now both of us are. The man asked me why I am so calm with all of this that is going on in our world. I told him I have great peace because God is the one that has given me the peace.


Unusual Times

by Clem Fitzsimmons
 
What if God has taken away the things that (we think) are so important to give us more of what we really need: Himself. The very Giver of life, the One who made everything (John 1:3) and in Whom ‘we live and move and have our being’ (Acts 17:28) knows what we need. Many times I have held regret over certain things not coming to pass in life, or have lamented certain things that have happened. I think most of us have.
 
This is a fallen world and a land this side of Heaven. And yet, I can’t help but wonder that if Christ is who He says He is, namely the Word, the One who made us and in Whom we have our being, then there must be no other Person who would know us and what it is we need like He does. Call on Him today, throw yourself on the mercy of God for He delights ‘to show mercy’ (Micah 7:18).


JESUS DOESN’T CARE!

By Anita Mondragon

Some of you may be scratching your head right now saying, “Now…wait a minute!  I thought this was a Godly blog…” Read more…



BLOOD…OR WATER? WHICH ONE SAVES?

By Anita Mondragon

In Him we have redemption through His blood, the forgiveness of our trespasses, according to the riches of His grace.  Eph. 1:7

the blood of Jesus Christ, God’s Son cleanses us from all sin. -1 John 1: 7 (b) Read more…



“COME WITH ME…IF YOU WANT TO LIVE!”

By Anita Mondragon

 

SUICIDE IS RUNNING RAMPANT IN THE WORLD TODAY.  IT IS EVEN PREVELANT IN CHILDREN AS YOUNG AS 9 YEARS OLD!  AS I THOUGHT ABOUT THIS FACT, I RECALLED THE EIGHT WORDS SPOKEN IN A MOVIE…COME WITH ME IS YOU WANT TO LIVE!


WHOLE HEARTED

By Anita Mondragon
Every promise I have drawn from my Promise Box lately, has been about standing firm in the Lord, a shifting in the Spirit, a sifting…change…moving forward, for the Kingdom of God.  Read more…


BEYOND THE GARDEN

By Anita Mondragon

Just like a field of flowers,

That’s how my life seemed;

So surreal and pleasant,

Like something from a dream.


ON YOUR FEET SOLDIER!

By Anita Mondragon
 
Last night, temptation came to me and seduced my poor weak soul. Read more…


I HAVE BECOME ALL THINGS…

By Anita Mondragon
 
1 Corinthians 9:19: “For though I am free from all men, I have made myself a servant to all, that I might win the more; 20 and to the Jews I became as a Jew, that I might win Jews; to those who are under the law, as under the law, that I might win those who are under the law; 21 to those who are without law, as without law (not being without law toward God, but under law toward Christ), that I might win those who are without law; 22 to the weak I became as weak, that I might win the weak. I have become all things to all men that I might by all means save some.”


TAKE COURAGE!

By Anita Mondragon
 

He cares about us…we matter to Him;

When days are bright, or when they’re dim.

We’re always on His mind, and ever in His thoughts,

And all the plans He has for us, are with much consideration fraught!

For those gone on before, now stand before the Lamb…

In spotless robes of white, before the Great I Am.

They fought to win the prize; some, martyrs they became,

While burning in the fire, they still dared to speak His name!

They stood up for the Cross…they did not die in ease!

They faced the fury of Hell’s gates, and sailed through bloody seas.

They fought the fight, and kept the faith, and held His banner high;

And while dying for His cause, they never questioned “Why?”

So soldiers of the King, must now, new courage take…

For the storms we do so dread, full of mercies soon will break!

By: Anita Mondragon February 2009