letsloveothers

Love one another as Jesus has loved us.

  The Lord honored King David by singling him out as a man after His own heart.  Why? King David practiced repentance on an ongoing basis. Allowing the Lord’s truth— His righteousness to guide and encourage him. Which enabled David to perform great feats that glorified the Lord.  ***** The adolescent David confronted, defeated and …

Continue reading

Papa is the God of second chances. Desiring to forgive us, His prodigal children. The parable of the prodigal son illustrates this truth.  A man had two sons.  The younger son told his father,“I want my share of your estate now before you die.” So his father agreed to divide his wealth between his sons. …

Continue reading

Caleb’s life is a testimony of God’s grace. Adopted by the tribe of Judah. He was granted the identical rights as a biological descendant of Abraham.  Caleb was fearless. Giants, hostile crowds, even aging were simply divine opportunities for God’s grace.  In each of our lives there is a single defining moment that leaves an …

Continue reading

  No weapon formed against you shall prosper. Every tongue which rises against you in judgment. You shall condemn. This is the heritage of the servants of the LORD, and their righteousness is from Me. Isaiah 54:17  Do not condemn yourself when a temptation is appealing. Even Jesus was tempted by the devil after He had …

Continue reading

Hosea (Hebraic for savior) was a member of the Jewish upper class and a prophet to the kingdom of Israel. Imagine Hosea’s disbelief and disgust upon hearing the Lord’s first command. Marry a prostitute and have children with that prostitute. The people in this land have acted like prostitutes and abandoned the Lord. Hosea 1:2  The …

Continue reading