In 2011 God blessed our family with the opportunity to buy a lovely three-bedroom home across the street from a beautiful park with a world class conservatory. We have wonderful neighbors and a yard of our own [...]
I was finishing yard work in front of my home on a Saturday morning when I saw them coming—a group of eight Jehovah’s Witnesses. I went to my porch, read the front page of the morning paper, and then fiddled in[...]
Years ago I accidentally ran a red light in Colorado Springs, Co. Moments later, siren blaring and lights flashing, a squad car appeared behind me, commanding me to stop. I rolled down my window to begin p[...]
Have you ever said you would gladly pray more if you only knew for what to pray? Perhaps the following will help you. Sunday: Pray for your relatives—your father, mother, sisters, brothers, aunts, uncles and co[...]
My phone rings and I may not know the person calling, but they’re looking for help. In the December 2012 issue of GraceTouch I shared how my husband, Dick, was on a slow but constant downhill with Alzheimer’s d[...]
Hosea 11:1–11 Drifting Away (1–2) Hosea 11 is a monologue in which God speaks in the first person to His people Israel. Verse 1 refers to the amazing Exodus experience where God’s amazing power was manifested a[...]
When a Christian finds out that he or she has a spiritual gift (1 Corinthians 12:7), it can be a perplexing pleasure. It is a pleasure because it’s nice to know that the Lord has given us a special gift to offe[...]
Hosea 14:1–9 Acknowledge Sin (1–2) God can restore anyone. Ask Moses. God changed him from a murderer into a deliverer. Ask David. God changed him from an adulterer and a murderer into a psalm writer and for 3,[...]
What is the right way to apply Jesus’ statement, “Judge not, that ye be not judged? It’s pretty common to hear someone quote or paraphrase Matthew 7:1, in which Jesus says, “Judge not, that ye be not judged” (K[...]
Hosea 4:1–9; 5:13–15 The Reality of Sin (4:1–3) The scene painted by Hosea is that of a courtroom in which God sues His people for breach of contract/covenant. In this case however, no well-groomed, well-spoken[...]
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