Is Faith In Creation Important?

Is faith in creation important?

Genesis 1:1 In the beginning God created the heavens and the earth.

In six days, God created the world and all that is in it. Human understanding of six days may be different than six days for our Lord, but time clocks are not the issue.  

The first chapter of Genesis states- “And God said,”, nine times. Each time “God said,”, something new was created. By faith this information concludes God to be the most awe-inspiring painter, architect and sculptor ever to design and produce structure. But how does “God said,” generate life? Continue reading

Our Love Story

On May 25, 2017 my post: 7 Reasons I love Joy!  talked about the joy I have in the Lord and the joy I have in my daughter, Joy Pedrow Skarka.

On May 27 Joy married Zack Skarka.  

Click the following link to view their video as they declare their love story with God which they created especially for their wedding.

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Our Love Story – Joy & Zack Skarka

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10 Ways God Shows His Love For You!

10 ways God shows His love for you

God is a multi-tasker. At all times He is present everywhere. And because nothing is ever hidden from God, He knows everything there is to know. Hebrews 4:13 Nothing in all creation is hidden from God’s sight. Everything is uncovered and laid bare before the eyes of him to whom we must give account.

Yet through His monumental daily process of creating and sustaining life, God continually devotes time to loving each and everyone of us. “How?,” you may ask.  Read these 10 ways God daily shows His love for you: Continue reading

7 Reasons I Love Joy!

7 reasons i love joy!

I am blessed with two different joys in life. My first joy – joy in the Lord, is what blesses me with my second joy – Joy, my daughter. Both joys fill my heart with love and thankfulness, but since the former created of the latter, I’ll acknowledge His joy first.  Continue reading

Learn Humility In 5 Simple Actions

Learn humility in 5 simple actions

Our obedience to God starts with a humble attitude.

humble – adjective: not proud or arrogant, low in rank, inferiority, subservience 

Humility is a hard word for some of us to demonstrate. Most times my tongue would rather stick to the roof of my mouth, than admit “Your way is right, Lord, my way was wrong.” Being humble certainly is not my best attribute. It’s this type of attitude that makes it hard to acknowledge God is greater and more powerful than we are.

But exercising  these five helpful actions towards God will strengthen your self-control  to follow His plan for humility over one of arrogance. 

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Baptism Proclaims What God Already Knows!

Baptism proclaims what God already knows

Baptism is an outward proclamation of inwardly repenting sin. The symbolism represents our sin washed clean by water; though baptism was not new to the Jewish nation. Levite priests were commanded to practice the act of cleansing themselves with water before carrying out their priestly duties. 

The Bible’s famous baptist, John the Baptist (son of Zechariah), was  known for his unconventional ways. He wore clothing made of camel’s hair and leather, and consumed a unique diet of locust with wild honey. This wilderness man also preached an aggressive message which included baptism of repentance for forgiveness of sins.   Continue reading

You Can Not Fool God

You can not fool God

Only God knows what is deep inside each one of us. He knows the direction of our hearts when we think, speak and act. I may demonstrate the action of a good deed simply because that is what is expected of me. But God, my Creator, knows me inside and out. So He knows if on certain occasions my conduct looks genuine on the outside but is false on the inside.

God can not be fooled by kind actions or positive words which try to cover up misdirected hearts and unrighteous thoughts. Continue reading

God Can Conquer Your Inner Villain

God can conquer your inner villain

Do you ever feel like you live in constant battle with temptation? As though there simply is no other choice but to give in to: immoral conduct, the determination to argue, the desire to get even, getting drunk, the impulse to take God’s name in vain, smoking, the craving to over eat, the eagerness to act selfishly?  The list goes on…

Each of us has a different life story, which in turn creates individual situations for temptation. However, mentally we still go through the same process. “Should I or shouldn’t I?”, followed by the pros and cons of what happens if I do or I don’t.   Continue reading

7 Realities Of God

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What a mighty God we serve! He created us, loves us, and desires a continual relationship with us. God is all things to each of us, although we each view and accept Him differently because He created each of us to be different beings.

Our Almighty God is never different from anything He has ever said or done, as the Bible steadfastly proclaims God is:   Continue reading

Christ The Lord Has Risen!

The Lord has risen!

Post #17 – As Reported From The Book Of Luke

Today’s post concludes the seventeen week report on the book of Luke. How appropriate to end this account on the day before Good Friday as Christians around the globe contemplate the love Jesus offers as He hangs on The Cross. His sacrificial ending on earth offers us life never ending in heaven.

BREAKING — Amid the Passover celebrations in Jerusalem, it has been confirmed the well known local teacher, Jesus, fellowshipped with His chosen group of Twelve for the traditional Passover meal. It was during this meal that the Son of Man initiated the Lord’s Supper.  Continue reading