Monday, December 23, 2013

Come Quickly Lord Jesus

On the way to Bethelem ~ Google image

Dear Friends and kind supporters of Write Moments with God,

I pray you have a very merry Christmas filled with His peace, joy, and love.  I wish you a blessed new year.  I'm thankful for you.  I can't express how much you mean to me. 

I pray that I have ministered some of His peace and love to you this year through my words and prayers, and that together we have lifted up the name of Christ and drawn closer in our relationships with Him. At this time, I'm thinking a little break would be suitable.  I'll be back on the 5th or 6th of January 2014. 

Today I'm giving you one of my favorite messages.  I wrote it last Christmas so some of you have read it already, but it will be new to many of you.  I hope you enjoy it. 


I’ve heard it said that we are in God’s waiting room.  At first thought somber images come to mind, but those are quickly displaced by the sweetest memories of waiting in the delivery room.  We’ve all awaited the birth of a baby.  An expectant mother learns best what it means to wait.  She anticipates in trepidation the long awaited event.  Although she may fear the unknown and the pain to be endured, she expects to joyfully welcome the baby into her arms and her heart and her life.  I remember well preparing with tender care for the arrivals of my own six children. I would clean the house, and pack my overnight bag, having prepared a place for the baby, and gently folding and touching every piece of the tiny layette.

Mary waited for the arrival of  her child--the long anticipated, foretold through the ages, arrival of our flesh and blood Savior.  Like every young mother, she watched for signs that the day was approaching.  Every little flutter deep within, as close as her heartbeat, caused her to be still and know that the day was coming.

Advent marks a season when Christians everywhere relive those events which led up to the birth of the Messiah.  Advent is a season of waiting in which we prepare our hearts to receive our Lord.  Every year we celebrate with renewed joy because we know it is eternally relevant to us who live by faith. 

Yes, you might say, we are in God’s waiting room. 

With his humble birth, the Word of God was made flesh, and God lived amongst us.  
After Jesus’ resurrection and ascension into Heaven, the apostles and believers awaited the promise of the Father, and the Holy Spirit came at Pentecost. 

Today we await the final manifestation of His glory for which we pray every day . . . thy kingdom come . . .  the second coming of our Lord Jesus Christ.

And it will surely come, just as surely as the child was born, and the Holy Spirit descended from Heaven.

May our hearts be filled with joy this season.  We serve a faithful and living God who always delivers what He promises. He will not disappoint us.  Today let us pray as Mary must have prayed, Oh come quickly Lord Jesus. 

Blessed are those servants, whom the Lord when he comes shall find watching.  Luke 12:37a (KJV)
Window in The Church of the Most Holy Trinity
Augusta, Georgia
God bless you! 
Thanks to all of you who left your kind comments last week.  They are always appreciated.  I'd like to announce that Janis Cox is the winner of a signed copy of my devotional journal, God, Me, and Sweet Iced Tea: Experiencing God in the Midst of Everyday MomentsIt's a perfect devotional to begin with the new year.  Congratulations!  
Merry Christmas!

Monday, December 16, 2013

God, Me, and Sweet Iced Tea Book Give-Away ~ Getting Ready for Christmas

Our manger scene

Thanks be to God for his unspeakable gift. 2 Corinthians 9:15 (NKJV)
One of my friends described the Christmas scene at her house, naming decorations and symbols of Christmas that she has put in place. 

“But this is my favorite Christmas decoration of all,” she wrote about her manger scene. 

A tiny figure of baby Jesus surrounded by figurines of Mary, Joseph, shepherds, and magi represent the greatest story ever told.

And the angel said unto them, Fear not for, behold, I bring you good tidings of great joy, which shall be to all people.

For unto you is born this day in the city of David a Saviour, which is Christ the Lord.  Luke 2:10-11 (KJV)

We also like to decorate with evergreen  trees and wreaths .  To me, the evergreen represents eternal life.  (John 11:25-26)

And all the beautiful lights, to dispel the darkness, like Jesus does, and as he asks us to do.

Then spoke Jesus again to them, saying, I am the light of the world:  he that follows me shall not walk in darkness, but shall have the light of life.  John 8:12

Indeed, Jesus is the best gift of all, the reason we decorate and celebrate His birth.  I hope these symbols and decorations will bring joy  to you and your family this holiday season and remind you of God’s promises.

Now, as promised, I’m giving away another copy of my devotional journal.  I hope you’ll participate.  I love getting this blessed seller into the hands of more readers.

If you would like to win a copy of God, Me, and Sweet Iced Tea—it’s easy:

1.       Leave a comment with your email or Facebook page info for me to message you there if your name is selected.  

2.      PLUS, share this blog post on your Facebook page.  I’m going to ask that at least eight people do this in order for the drawing to take place.

3.      If you’ve already read God, Me, and Sweet Iced Tea, please share your thoughts about the devotional.  You too will be included in the drawing to win a copy perfect for gift giving.

4.      EXTRA CHANCE to qualify, those who are Followers of this blog and comment will get an extra chance, and all new Followers as well.

The WINNER will be announced on Saturday, December 21st.  Thanks for participating.

Monday, December 9, 2013


Photo ~ Google Image

A video is floating around social media that calls attention to the distribution of wealth in this country and people’s assumptions about it.  (click the words if you want to see the video)

            Provocative, yes; but, I wonder what difference it makes to us believers, or whether it should make a difference.  Depending on the concrete circumstances of our worldly worth, this information might play on our jealousies, or possibly, it could inspire some to acts of compassionate giving.

            I’ve come to think wealth is a test that the majority of the wealthy fail. 

I can’t get around the fact that Jesus’ said it’s easier for a camel to go through the eye of a needle than it is for a rich man to enter into the kingdom of heaven. (Matthew 19:23-24)   
After all, what people do with their money is their business.  If we have above and beyond our needs, we can satisfy our vanity, greed, and lusts if we so desire.  But, frankly, I believe God wants to see what we will do with it to bless others and further His kingdom on earth. 

Set your affection on things above, not on things on the earth.  Colossians 3:2

We know that all earthly riches are eternally grounded. (Most of them—silver, gold, precious gems—have to be dug out of the earth.)

Why trouble ourselves about the distribution of it? 
God promises to supply our needs.

But my God shall supply all your need according to his riches in glory by Christ Jesus. Philippians 4:19

The fact is, if we could have all the riches and all the things money could buy, still the things most precious to us would be the things that money cannot buy--things like


Good relationships with FAMILY and FRIENDS

And the good HEALTH to enjoy it all.

God’s love freely given is in infinite supply.  All the fruits of the Spirit are available in abundance to us who are in Christ Jesus.

Our human hearts can receive these divine treasures daily—these spiritual riches.

Let’s celebrate God’s all sufficient love and grace.  Rejoice in His abundant blessings of salvation in our lives.
Photo courtesy of Fay Lamb
“Come, all you who are thirsty, come to the waters; and you who have no money, come, buy and eat!  Come, buy wine and milk without money and without cost. Why spend money on what is not bread, and your labor on what does not satisfy? Listen, listen to me, and eat what is good, and you will delight in the richest of fare.  Isaiah 55: 1-2 NIV
Thank you all so much for visiting Write Moments with God.  If you'd like to leave a comment below, I love to hear from you. 

Now, to announce the winner of a free copy of my devotional, God, Me, and Sweet Iced Tea: Experiencing God in the Midst of Everyday Moments.  (My son had to draw the names from a bowl--I haven't got tech savvy on that one yet.  :-) )

Laura Hodges Poole
will be receiving a signed copy this week.  Laura, I pray you enjoy it immensely and I know the Lord will bless you as you draw close to Him. 

I'll be giving away more copies before Christmas, so come back everyone and be sure to leave your comments.

Sunday, December 1, 2013


God, Me, and Sweet Iced Tea: Experiencing God in the Midst of Everyday Moments

Today is the first Monday of the month--the day I feature a Christian author and give away a book. 

I'm taking the liberty of grabbing the spotlight since I want to give away a copy of my devotional journal, God, Me, and Sweet Iced Tea:  Experiencing God in the Midst of Everyday Moments.  I hope you don’t mind.  It's a joy for me to get this devotional into readers hands.

But first, let me say, I unintentionally skipped a week on Write Moments with God because I had so much happening at home—new grandbaby, 3 major dinner gatherings, overnight guests, and a birthday dinner party for my youngest child, Robbie, who just celebrated his 18th birthday. 
I’m happy to be back with you today. I appreciate you so much, and hope you had a wonderful Thanksgiving with your friends and loved ones. 

Since most of you already know about me and my writing journey, just let me tell you a little about God, Me, and Sweet Iced Tea:  Experiencing God in the Midst of Everyday Moments.  

God, Me, and Sweet Iced Tea is uniquely appropriate for working mothers, but it’s also for anyone who wants to put their Christianity into practice in their everyday moments and go deeper into God’s Word.  I’ve received wonderful testimonies from men as well as couples who are reading God, Me, and Sweet Iced Tea and finding it inspirational and helpful in their own spiritual journey.   As Tiffany Colter said, this devotional is simple enough for the newest believer, yet deep enough to make a life-long Christian feel challenged to go higher.  

There are 52 devotions followed by questions for consideration and space to write your thoughts, suggested scriptures for further reading, a prayer, a sweet tea moment (thought for the day), and a prayer focus.  These extra helps allow the reader to go beyond reflection and meditation to make this devotional more meaningful as a personal or small group study. 

Most of the 52 devotions are engaging personal stories which relate everyday life to God’s Word.   You will find many of these devotions  touch your heart and mind in such a way that they stay with you as you go about your day.

Some people have asked: What’s the significance of “sweet iced tea”?  Besides the fact that I am a true fan of sweet iced tea, let me share this summary from the back cover which better explains the concept. 
In the South, nothing is more refreshing than a glass of sweet iced
tea. Nothing, that is, except experiencing God in those small, everyday
moments. God, Me, and Sweet Iced Tea is a deeply personal collection
of spiritual treasures designed to help readers experience new mercies
each morning. Seasoned with insight and grace, this tender devotional
points to the divine presence of God in everyday moments. Whether
purchased as a personal resource or given as a heartfelt gift, God, Me,
and Sweet Iced Tea will help readers develop a daily habit of turning to
God in those quiet moments of reflection. 

If you’d like to read excerpts from the devotional, click here to go to Amazon and take advantage of the “Look Inside” feature.

God, Me, and Sweet Iced Tea is available for sale on Amazon, Barnes & Noble, and through your local independent book stores.
Yep!  just like home...sweet iced tea
photo Google image
That which we have seen and heard we declare to you, that you also may have fellowship with us; and truly our fellowship is with the Father and with His Son Jesus Christ.  And these things we write to you that your joy may be full.  1 John 1:3-4 NKJV 
If you would like to win a copy of God, Me, and Sweet Iced Tea, leave a comment with your email or Facebook page info for me to message you there if your name is selected. 

If you’ve already read God, Me, and Sweet Iced Tea, that’s great--please share your thoughts about the devotional.  You too will be included in the drawing to win a copy perfect for gift giving.

The winner will be announced here on Write Moments with God on Monday, December 9th.

Thank you for visiting and may God bless you all…

Monday, November 18, 2013

Action Speaks Louder than Words ~ Living with Integrity

Keeping it real ~  this dirt road reminds me of home ~ photo courtesy of Wanda White

The other day, I read again the expression "walk the walk and talk the talk" , which is all about living with integrity.  And I thought about how often we don't live up to our ideals.

All too often we talk (preach) one way, and walk (live) something entirely different.

We preach love and live indifference.

We preach mercy and live condemnation.

We preach holiness and live hypocrisy.

We preach grace and live judgment.

So, today, I want to bring you a meditation on this theme.  It's an excerpt from my devotional, God, Me, and Sweet Iced Tea: Experiencing God in the Midst of Everyday Moments. 

Action Speaks Louder than Words

“Why do you call me, ‘Lord, Lord,’ and do not do what I say?” Luke 6:46 (NIV) 

Our actions communicate.  Even in subtle ways, our body language reveals our unspoken feelings.  When actions and words don’t jibe, we pick up on that incongruence.  The bottom line is actions trump words. 
Leave it to American writer and humorist Mark Twain to quip, “Action speaks louder than words, but not nearly as often”.  Not only does this adage hold true on a practical level, but also on a spiritual level.

Jesus said, “Not every one that says to me, Lord, Lord, shall enter into the kingdom of heaven; but he that does the will of my Father which is in heaven” (Matt. 7:21).  These words of our Lord cause me to pause and reflect. 
 Lip service does not impress God.  Our actions reveal our love for Him.  
Jesus said, “If you love me, keep my commandments” (John 14:21).  He takes it personally when we show kindness and love to our neighbor.  He wants us to feed the hungry, clothe the poor, take care of the sick and destitute (see James 2:15-16).  Three times, Jesus asked Simon Peter how much he loved Him.  When Simon Peter answered Him each time, Jesus responded with an imperative: Feed my lambs, Feed my sheep” (Mt. 25:35-36).  Jesus expects love to result in action. 

John said, “Dear children, let us not love with words or tongue but with actions and in truth (1 John 3:18 NIV).  Let’s not be guilty, as Mark Twain pointed out, of speaking so much more than doing.
The grandkids bringing birthday cake

Thank you so much for visiting Write Moments with God.  It means so much to me that you would take time to read this. 

Just a brief note to let you know that my devotional ~ God, Me, and Sweet Iced Tea ~ is on sale right now at the lowest prices ever on Amazon, in paperback and kindle version.  If you don't order online, ask your local Barnes and Noble or Christian bookstore to order it for you.  You'll be blessed.

Monday, November 11, 2013

GIANTS and How to Slay Them ~ plus winner of book giveaway

Photo courtesy of Jeanne Henriques ~ Collage of Life

 Then said David to the Philistine, You come to me with a sword, and with a spear, and with a shield: but I come to you in the name of the LORD of hosts, the God of the armies of Israel, whom you hast defied.  This day will the LORD deliver you into mine hand.  1 Samuel 17:45-46a


After my devotional time the other day, I praised God for the beautiful day.  As I sipped my coffee, I enjoyed the view from my window -- golden leaves fluttered on the dogwood tree with the morning sun sparkling through.  I smiled. I felt peaceful.

All was right in my world. 

The first thing on my to-do list was to choose my insurance plan for 2014 during its annual open enrollment.  I sat down at the computer by the window expecting to be done within fifteen minutes.  I signed into the website.  To my dismay, when I got to the screen where I’d make a selection, the screen was grayed out, and NO Coverage was already selected for me.  I couldn’t move forward or backwards.  I had to resort to the 1-800 number. 

So, with that I began a series of back-to-back calls to my insurance provider until I finally got a place in line, and held for a little over an HOUR before I could talk to a live representative.  During the 2 ½ hour process (at the end of which all was resolved) I had time to analyze what was happening in body as a result of that predicament.

My lovely happy view out the window was the same.  The leaves swayed in the dogwood tree, and squirrels played on its branches, as I held the phone to my ear and glanced back and forth at the computer screen.  Earlier I was all smiles.  Now unpleasant changes were taking place in my body as a result of this unexpected inconvenience.

My heart rate rose.

Tension across my forehead warned that my blood pressure was rising.

My shoulder began to ache; my neck got stiff.

I was afraid.

All because of an unexpected “glitch” which resulted in insurance complications.

I had to stop myself and note, HEY, everything is still right with my world!

This was just another giant.  (Okay, maybe I made a mountain out of a mole hill.)  But, it seemed like a giant, and we have to face these GIANTS daily in some shape or form…but, still, the things that mattered most had not changed. 

I want to be like David. Just think of that little shepherd boy who faced a real GIANT.

He had confidence in God’s presence, God’s protection, and God’s provision.

If we focus on the negative—the problem, the opposition, the pain, the loss, the sickness, the sorrow, the FEAR

It will GROW in proportion to the attention we give it, and DOMINATE our mind, and TORMENT our physical body with the weight of that burden we take on.

That’s why we have to FOCUS on God—His presence, His protection, His provision.

To maintain that godly perspective that assures us

All things are possible with God (Matthew 19:26b)

and we can walk on water (Matthew 14:29) and move mountains (Matthew 21:21) and slay all our giants without breaking a sweat. 

That’s when all’s right with my world.

Photo courtesy of Marissa Nicole Photography
Many thanks to all of you for visiting Write Moments with God.  I appreciate you.  Thanks also to all of you who visited last week and met Elaine Marie Cooper.  We love reading your thoughtful comments. 
And now to announce the winner of Elaine's new release ~ Fields of the Fatherless.  Veronica Leigh will be receiving her own signed copy.  Congratulations Veronica! 
Remember the first Monday of every month, we give away a book.  Blessings!

Monday, November 4, 2013

Meet Elaine Marie Cooper ~ Plus, win a copy of her new historical novel!

Elaine Cooper ~

Today’s guest is friend and fellow John 3:16 author, Elaine Marie Cooper--wife, Mom to two grown sons, and GiGi to three-year-old triplets. Her passions are her family, her faith in Jesus Christ and the history of the American Revolution.   
Elaine is the author of the three-part Deer Run Saga and the just released historical novel, Fields of the Fatherless.  She is also a registered nurse.   
The author began planning her first novel, The Road to Deer Run, on the fourth anniversary of her daughter passing away. Her daughter’s battle with brain cancer and its impact on their family will be the story told in the memoir that Elaine is currently writing. 
I hope you will enjoy my interview with Elaine.  She's a kind lady and such an encourager.  She is graciously giving away a copy of Fields of the Fatherless, so be sure to leave your comments below.  I'm impressed with its beautiful cover, and can't wait to read my copy.
Elaine, tell us a little about yourself and your writing.
I started writing as a young girl but never seriously considered it as a profession until my 30’s. A newspaper editor saw some of my humorous poems about the trials and tribulations of parenting three youngsters. I’m not sure what she saw in my efforts, but the next thing I knew, she was offering me an opportunity to write feature stories. Within a year, I had worked my way into writing two regular columns a week. Later I wrote for magazines such as Better Homes & Gardens. Soon after my daughter passed away in 2003, I retired my pen for several years. It was not until I felt a persistent, inaudible voice prompting me to pick up my writing again that I started my first novel.
What inspired you on your writing  journey?
My Dad was my first encourager when I was young. My husband became the next biggest encourager. But I pray that my inspiration in what I write comes from the Lord.
What was your journey to publication like?
It has been long and difficult. When my first manuscript was ready in 2009, the publishing industry was in a HUGE slump. No one wanted new writers. I decided to self-publish which at the time was looked down upon by traditional authors. (Now, some traditional authors are pursuing that same path.) I pursued the writing journey with a sequel and both Books 1 and 2 of the saga were given awards, my most treasured being “Best Romance” at the 2012 Los Angeles Book Festival for The Promise of Deer Run. The third book in the series, The Legacy of Deer Run, was contracted with Sword of the Spirit Publishing. (They are picking up the first two books as well). When attending a Christian writer’s conference in May of 2012, I pitched the idea for Fields of the Fatherless to the acquisitions editor for Lighthouse Publishing of the Carolinas. I received a contract by Christmas—my best present by far that year.
Do you have any favorite books on craft?
I love “The Elements of Style” by William Strunk—a tiny book with huge amounts of helpful info about the basics for writers. Anything by writer Cecil Murphey is great as well.
One piece of writing advice you wish you’d had from the beginning.
If you feel called to write, be aware that it will be far more difficult than you can imagine but also far more rewarding than you could ever imagine as well.
What do you think the Lord is teaching you through your writing?
How powerful words can be to teach as well as reach the inner places in a person’s heart. They can inspire, heal, or hurt, depending on the message. The pen truly is mightier than the sword.
Where did you get the idea for your latest novel, TheFields of the Fatherless?
When I was a young girl living in Arlington, Massachusetts, my brother and I walked by the Jason Russell House on the way to school. Like most older brothers, Bob enjoyed scaring me. As we approached the house on the corner, he’d say in his most frightening tone, “There’s blood on the floor in there, you know.”
I was a bit unnerved, but mostly I was curious.
What had happened there? And why was there a sign that said it was a historical landmark?
I knew there must be a story. But I didn’t learn—until I became an adult—the full depth of the tragedy that occurred there. It was a story from our nation’s history that begged to be told.
That’s fascinating.  Tell our readers a little more about it, please. 
In the early months of 1775, war is brewing in the American colonies. Although frightened, eighteen-year-old Betsy Russell of Menotomy Village, Massachusetts, wants to be prepared in case of attack by the British troops.
Her father, prosperous farmer Jason, is the fourth generation of Russells on this land—yet their very rights as British Colonials are being stripped away one by one. Will the King of England take the Russells’ land as well?
Tensions are growing here in the countryside west of Boston and the outbreak of battle seems almost a certainty. Jason desperately wants to protect his family—his wife, children and grandchildren—and their future. Betsy makes every attempt to be prepared for the worst.
But not even the American militia could have predicted what was about to occur—right on the Russells’ doorstep. If Betsy loses everything she holds dear, are the rights of all the Colonists endangered?
(It’s based on a true story.)

Share with us your favorite verse of Scripture, Elaine.

“Speak up for those who cannot speak for themselves, for the rights of all who are destitute. Speak up and judge fairly; defend the rights of the poor and needy.”

It speaks so clearly of our obligation to not ignore the needs of the poor but to use wisdom and compassion with those in need. There are so many verses throughout Scripture about helping the poor: their sheer number speaks loudly of God’s heart for the needy.


Thanks so much to Elaine for allowing me to share this with my readers.  You can learn more about Elaine on her website or on her Facebook page. 

And thank all of you for visiting Write Moments with God.  I love introducing you to Christian authors.

Now, to qualify for the random drawing of a signed copy of Elaine's novel:

(By the way, the kindle version is ONLY $1 at this time.)

1.  Leave a comment in the comment box below for one chance to win, which includes (1) your email address, and (2) how are you going to share this blog post.  We so enjoy reading your comments.

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2.  Become a follower of Write Moments with God for an additional chance to win.

Do this by Saturday, November 9 by noon.  I will announce the winner on Monday, November 11th.  It's time to start thinking about Christmas gifts, so here's your chance to get started. 

Thank you so much for participating. 
 May God bless you.

Monday, October 28, 2013

How is Your Faith? Do You Trust He Cares for You?

Beaver Creek Reservoir ~ photo courtesy of Eileen DeCamp

And there arose a great storm of wind, and the waves beat into the ship, so that it was now full.  And he was in the hinder part of the ship, asleep on a pillow; and they awake him, and say unto him, Master, care you not that we perish?  Mark 4:37-38 (AKJV)
I am surprised at these disciples.  They had just spent the day with Jesus and heard Him teach regarding faith and the Kingdom of God.  They had seen His compassion, and witnessed miracles first hand.  Yet, they asked him such a ridiculous question?
But we face so many hard situations in life that our faith is indeed tested.  Fear comes on us especially when our faith is weak.
And he arose, and rebuked the wind and said to the sea, Peace, be still.  And the wind ceased, and there was a great calm.  And he said to them, Why are you so fearful? How is it you have no faith? Mark 4:39-40
We marvel at their lack of faith.  I suppose the fact that they went to Him demonstrates a little faith, but it was still very weak at that point in their walk with Him.
The thought that comes to my mind is this—we do the same thing!  We too question the Lord by our actions even if we don’t say the words.
Lord, I am so sick.  (Don’t you care?)
Lord, I can’t find a job.  (Don’t you care?)
Lord, a tree just fell on my house.  (Don’t you care?)
We lack faith.  We become fearful.  We forget He loves us with a perfect love.  Our faith is tested. 
Martha asked Jesus a question, too, that demonstrates a faith that needs perfecting.  We know she loved Jesus and that she is a believer.  She’s serving him and others in her house.
But Martha was cumbered about much serving, and came up to him, and said, Lord, do you not care that my sister has left me to serve alone? Bid her therefore that she help me.  Luke 10:40
There’s that question again.  Lord, don’t you care?
I want to share two more examples in Scriptures where believers are put into situations where their faith is tested, but they don’t ask that question.
Simon Peter, weary from fishing all night without a catch, is given some instructions by Jesus.
Launch out into the deep, and let down your nets for a draught.  And Simon answering said to him, Master, we have toiled all the night, and have taken nothing; nevertheless at your word I will let down the net.  And when they had this done, they enclosed a great multitude of fishes; and their net brake.  Luke 5:4b-6
Jesus’ WORD was enough for Simon Peter.  Although he was weary and probably discouraged, acting on his faith in Jesus’ word allowed a miracle to happen.
And the ultimate example of faith in the WORD is Mary, the mother of Jesus.
Fifteen year old virgin, Mary, is visited by the angel Gabriel and told that she has found favor with God and that she will conceive a son by the power of the Holy Spirit, and give birth to the Son of God. 
And Mary said, Behold the handmaid of the Lord; be it unto me according to thy word.  And the angel departed from her. Luke 1:38 (KJV)
She totally accepted the WORD, and submitted herself to it, although there was much that she couldn’t understand.
We have the Word of God.  We have great teaching and centuries of testimonies. As believers in the Lord Jesus Christ, we have the Holy Spirit within us, and the promise that He will never leave us.
We can trust the Word of God.  He cares for us.

Photo courtesy of Wanda White
I pray for faith so strong that I never question God’s love.  I pray for faith so strong that I can say with joy in my heart, be it unto me according to thy word.
Thank you for visiting Write Moments with God.  May God bless you with ever
increasing faith.  Feel free to leave your comments below.