He is our King, and His Banner is over us.

The King is coming again. His Banner over us is of love and for protection and for identity. He is holy, and deserves our reverence. He can be trusted. He will not abandon us.

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Numbers Part 2

I wrote about the division of the tribes of Israel and their different blessings and what occurred because of their actions last week. In case you missed it, you can read it here. In this post let's talk about the rest of the Book of Numbers. Numbers is the 4th book in the Pentatuech and... Continue Reading →

The Book of Numbers. Part 1.

The book of Numbers is hard to read and to summarize. Mostly because when you're reading it without paying attention to the overall picture, all the numbers and census and people can be overwhelming. I've read it quite a few times these past few weeks ("read" as in had the audio Bible on!), and until... Continue Reading →

Guest post by Lureta Ector.

In the last few weeks several posts by myriad authors on WORSHIP have come across my feed. I'm simply overwhelmed at the timing of them all. Some posts were written recently by bloggers I follow, several were written a year or two earlier , when I din't know them. And then there are posts like... Continue Reading →

Hospitality in the home.

This week as well I've had the honor of being a guest at Momma's Living Room. In the post titled Showing hospitality to our spouse I talk about being "hospitable" to our spouses. Marriage is important in God's plan for us. So many times in Scripture He refers to Himself as the Bridegroom and we are His... Continue Reading →

What does hospitality mean to you?

Erin Nicholson from Momma's Living Room has invited me to write on the biblical attributes of hospitality. It's the post titled Showing Hospitality by being present. I've been privileged and honored to do so. This topic made me stretch and think outside the box. Head on over to her blog and read what I've written about being kind... Continue Reading →

Learning to pray for others.

We've all been told to pray.  For ourselves and for others. We know Jesus prayed. Sometimes alone. Sometimes through the night. He prayed before He started anything and always Jesus prayed to His Father. But what does that mean? Where do we start? Especially if we did not grow up in the church. My aunt... Continue Reading →

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