A Montana Rancher Reflects on His Life and the Goodness of God
“I am no hero. I am simply a blessed woman who, like others, stood on the shoulders of those who came before me.”
Where is Jesus? Isn’t He mindful of my situation? Doesn’t He care?
“The Lord, who delivered me from the paw of the lion and from the paw of the bear, He will deliver me from the hand of this Philistine” (1 Sam. 17:37 NKJV).
With the Lord’s help, we make it one day at a time.
“He maketh the storm a calm, so that the waves thereof are still.” (Psalm 107:29).
“All which happens in the whole world happens through hope.” -Martin Luther
Blessed are the Poor in Spirit: For theirs is the Kingdom of Heaven” (MATT .5:3)
An inspirational story of a Church of God woman
After more than a decade of following Christ, I realize this newness of life is not a thing that “happened,” but something that is “happening.”
“Please let daddy get out of jail and bring Mommy back home.”
I existed under the self-ascribed condemnation of being a depressed Christian.
A young person’s relationship with his father can greatly color his attitude toward God.
Is there something rewarding you’re missing out on because of fear?
“By His wounds you were healed” (1 Peter 2:24 NASB)
“Where can I go from Your Spirit?” the psalmist asks (Ps. 139:7 NASB).
The quest in my question must ultimately direct me toward God.
The body of Christ came alongside me and the children, undergirding us with prayer and emotional support, phone calls, and visits.