When hard times come your way what do you focus on? We can learn so much from the apostle Paul. He was deliriously happy and joyful because of what Christ had done in his life. Even when he was chained and shackled in a dark prison because of his faith, Paul praised God, and counted […]
Prisoners of Hope
To be incarcerated physically I’m told is difficult to deal with. Locked up for hours per day, cut off from loved ones and surround by darkness and evil. Do you know that many of us are in prison in our minds. What about you? Are you in an emotional prison right now? You may not […]
“As a mother comforts her child, so God will comfort us, who live on in our mother’s absence on this earth; you shall be comforted in Jerusalem,” says the Lord our God. (Adaptation of Isaiah 66:13 for those whose mothers were with us in spirit but not physically present this Mother’s Day). Amen!
What does it mean to be imprisoned in Christ? Am I imprisoned in Christ? Do I really want, deep down inside to be imprisoned in Christ? If I desire so, am I willing to live so?
Regrets! We all live with them. But when the regrets involve something as important as marriage can seem like you’re dealing with a life sentence, in the worst prison possible.
Britain’s old-fashioned Victorian “hell hole” jails are set to be replaced with a new generation of “super prisons” but would God have used prisons to rehabilitate?