Give Them Healing. Carey and I have struggled with the whole healing thing. Healing has divided lots of churches and lots of believers. Some say healing only happened in Biblical times. Others say Jesus still heals today – we just have to ask Him. In many circles, praying for someone to be healed is not … Continue reading Are You Healed?
Give them the Power. Carey and I went to Home Depot week before last to pick up some toilet bolt caps before the home inspector came to our house for his inspection. As we were pulling into the parking lot, Carey showed me a text message our son-in-law Jarratt had sent her that morning. It … Continue reading The Power
To life eternal. My son Nathan married Ashley last Saturday in a beautifully sweet, record-breakingly warm ceremony in Knoxville. Technically he’s my stepson, he’s Carey’s son by her late husband Duray. But stepson sounds so cold and stepfather sounds wicked, like Cinderella’s evil stepmother. The whole family structure nomenclature easily causes lots of confusion, especially … Continue reading Toasting Both Sides
Pray for them. Carey and I finished reading a compilation of sermons by John G. Lake Monday. Lake (1870-1935) is one of the most renown “faith healers” in history. There are even reports that healings from his ministry were responsible for closing a hospital in his home base of Spokane, Washington. Last Thursday a very … Continue reading Healing?
Ask for the Power. This week Carey asked me to help her wash the windows of our house. I’m not fond of washing windows. Is anyone? I don’t do it often. I would say it has been years since they have been done. God (and bird poop on the big picture window in our Son-room) … Continue reading Lighter
Give them a word. I stopped cutting the front yard last week long enough to talk to a realtor coming out of the house next door. He had just shown the house again. It has been for sale for a few weeks. I introduced myself and told him a couple of people looking at the … Continue reading Sweet