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Acts 17:24 "The God who made the world and everything in it is the Lord of heaven and earth and does not live in temples built by hands..."
Internet – the earlier years. Marked by 56k dialup modems that made an awful popping, crackling and hissing noise the younger WiFi generation will never know about. “Surfing” the internet was a new frontier – like the Old West; unsettled, and who knew what was beyond the next horizon. My brother, James, was hooked from […]Read More
The Lord has been speaking to me lately about how simple a relationship is with Him. Simple, but at times not easy. The “not easy” part is due to spiritual warfare. After all, let’s not forget there is an enemy who hates the loving relationship we have with our Savior. There’s a reason Ephesians 6:11 […]Read More
A Chinese man, Hui, who was one of my groomsmen and a good friend, had shared some things with me about his wife and one-year-old daughter who were back in China. He said that he been trying to bring them here, but the Chinese government refused to let them leave the country. Hui told me […]Read More
During my daily prayer time The Lord kept giving me the name “Kenneth”. He was telling me that I would soon meet Kenneth and would have an impact on his life. He also said that meeting would be important to a man I knew in church named Tomas. A few days later, as church service […]Read More
Paranormal investigations. Normally I do not get involved in those, however, after hearing about things that were happening at one particular house, curiosity tugged at me and I decided to look further into this location. Years prior it was the summer retreat for a former Governor of Minnesota. Later it became a hospice. It was […]Read More
In 1987, a group of seven people went to clean a church in Kansas City in preparation for a Christian revival. After cleaning the church, they stood by the altar and began singing the word “Hallelujah” repeatedly. As they were singing, the sound engineer arrived. He thought their voices were beautiful, and turned on the […]Read More