By Rhonda Jones “Sow to yourselves in righteousness, reap in mercy; break up your fallow ground: for it is time to seek the LORD, till he come and rain righteousness upon you.” – Hosea 10:12 I recently read a beautiful article that gave an insightful perspective on the shaking that is taking place post the 2016 election. […]
By Rhonda Jones I’m now about 5 days into my one week trip to Portland, Jamaica (I’m home now) at the One Wellness Farm Yoga and Meditation Retreat and there is so much I have discovered and relearned on my journey here. The trip started out as a desire written on a sticky note in […]
I recently discovered a youtube channel called Still Small Voice that I absolutely love. Claire and her husband Ekeziel who host the channel are like modern day Jesus Callings saints. Each day she uploads an inspired word from the Lord. In addition, she also has a variety of teachings that are biblically sound and excellent […]
Draw Close to God and He will Draw Closer to You! by Rhonda Jones This past year I have become increasingly interested in world events as they relate to the end times. Although only God know the exact day and hour of his return, He tells us to watch the signs, to pray, and to prepare. Whether […]
by Billy Coffey My son’s bedtime prayer on a recent Thursday ended with a smile and this: “And God, please make tomorrow just like today.” It seemed the common petition of a four-year-old: innocence + simplicity = praying. Innocence because he asked nothing else of his Maker on that night. Simple because there seemed no […]
by Ken Alexander ”INTRODUCTION Man is a triune being (spirit, soul, body, 1 Thessalonians 5:23), just as God is a triune being (Father, Son, Holy Spirit). We will examine each aspect of natures below. However, we must realize from the outset that, although all humans have these natures, most of humanity is not living with […]
Aren’t all Christians spiritual? That seems like an odd question. Most would equate spirituality with Christianity, yet it’s possible to possess one and not the other. So what are the differences and what characteristics follow the spiritual Christian? To be a spiritual Christian means to be lead and to live by the spirit of God. […]
Spirituality without a relationship with Jesus Christ is like a having the icing without the cake. We need both of them to make our spiritual journey complete.
Jesus said, I came not to judge the world, but to save it. His mission on Earth was one of faith, hope, and healing. I believe that God’s Love is the greatest and transformative power available to us, but we must employ it. Only love will set the world free.
God does want us to trust and put our faith in Him for everything we need; however, it’s just as important that when we ask, we give God the room to answer our prayers in the best way he sees fit. Often, in our limited understanding, we may ask for things according to our flesh and not the will of God for our lives
We must have faith to please the Lord, and like anything else that we have to grow into it takes steps, and sometimes takes a process. Learning the process is simply following what works for you in your life.
The Bible says that God is a spirit. In fact, I have often heard people say that we are all spiritual beings having a human or physical experience. If we don’t nurture our spiritual being, then we aren’t living through all the dimensions of who we are. Neglecting our inner or spiritual nature can often lead to feelings of emptiness and unfulfillment.
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Aren’t all Christians spiritual? That seems like an odd question because most people equate spirituality with Christianity, yet it is possible to possess one and not the other.
We’ve been conditioned to equate favorable circumstances with God’s favor and unfavorable ones with evil. Yet God uses both the good and the bad in our life to accomplish his purpose in the world as well as our lives.