Monthly Archives: July 2015

Remain Yielded

 While touring Bethsaida, we noticed the marker in the above photo. As well as the inscribed words depicting Jesus’ invitation to Simon Peter and Andrew, it also pointed to the excavation of a fisherman’s house. Surprisingly, it appeared quite spacious … Continue reading

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Dark Nights

  The above picture shows the ruins of the town of Capernaum. Although Jesus lived there during his ministry, many people would not accept Him as their Messiah. The crowds had witnessed the healing of the Roman centurion’s servant, the … Continue reading

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Harmonious Relationships

When you obey Me, relationships deepen. You have sought out relationships and have nurtured them. Similarly we have a relationship; You seek Me in the mornings, When there is no noise and clutter. You come daily to my side. Like … Continue reading

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The first thirty years of My life down on earth may have seemed insignificant to some people. Many of your years seem unimportant and without relevance. Yet, when you do as I ask, your work has eternal value. Jesus often … Continue reading

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