How does circumcision in the OT book of Joshua apply to Passover? Holy week and Easter reflections you may not have considered are today’s blog focus.
You’ve hiked, right? America’s national parks have so many gorgeous vista’s, but they’re rarely visible from the road. When hubby and I vacation, we park the car, grab the backpack plus water and go hike. But thirty minutes or so into the woods, I remark how heavy the pack is. […]
I can so relate to Moses and his fear of addressing a crowd. We see ourselves in the mirror of the scriptures, don’t we? The Lord gives us a new assignment and we are ready with excuses.
My front lawn has weeds. Round dollar weeds spreading like wild-fire. We have to stay on top of them or they literally take over the grass. The front garden has weeds, too. They mock me daily, drawing attention from the flowers. Sometimes they sprout yellow flowers to disguise themselves, thinking […]
Thinking about karma in my quiet time with God’s Word. I believe in karma only in the informal sense: something that happens as a result of cause and effect. It’s actually the biblical principle of sowing and reaping. Keep karma in mind while we look at the story of Jacob in Genesis. […]
High and lifted up Jesus Son of God The Darling of Heaven crucified Worthy is the Lamb Worthy is the Lamb In 2000, Darlene J. Zschech penned the lyrics to Worthy is the Lamb, now a Christian worship favorite. The word darling in English refers to one dearly loved and […]
Wonder Woman uses the alias Diana Prince as her secret identity. A true name is a name of a thing or being that expresses, or is somehow identical with, its true nature. The notion that language or some specific sacred language refers to things by their true names has been central to philosophical study […]
I admit it. I knew nothing about Jonathan Cahn’s newest book, The Book of Mysteries when I agreed to review it in exchange for an ARC (free advanced reader copy). I knew his reputation as a hebrew scholar and author of deep books, so I threw caution to the wind and […]
I am pleased to tease you today with an excerpt from my WIP (work in progress), a nonfiction book, Unpacking God. It comes from Chapter 11: Resting in Testing … (copyright Kathryne Leach, M.A.). The refinement of our heart that occurs during the dark, wilderness time of adversity […]
The process of learning to emotionally rely on God day in and day out, makes our marriages healthier because it relieves our spouse of expectations that only God should be filling for us. Today’s 12 minute video God is your Husband is about how to develop a spousal relationship with God […]