We’re taught to travel fast and light. On the freeway we drive in the fast lane. If we want something we’re told to, “Go for it!” or, “Just do it!”
All of David’s mighty men were veterans in the war with disappointment and pain. The biblical text tells us they were in “distress,” “debt,” or “discontented” when they joined David (2 Samuel 22:2).
Last week in a survey I asked: “Would you like to be part of a movement of God?” 100% of the respondents said, “Yes.” I’ve seen pockets of revival breaking out and am convinced it’s happening around the United States. A key to any movement of God rests in his power released through devoted and […]
As I write these words I’m with my son, Paul, in Washington, D.C. From the roof-top of his fourteen story apartment building, we’ve got a clear view of the Washington Monument. Tonight we’ll watch the firework display. I look forward to the eye-candy of sparkling confetti that will illumine the sky and monument below.
It’s amazing how God arranged Jesus’ schedule so he could fulfill his mission, “To seek and save the Lost” (Luke 19:10). Equally amazing is that he’ll do the same for us if we’ll keep our eyes and ears open and our heart alert.