Jesus gave his promise to speak comfort and hope into this place of deep longing in their hearts
We say, “No! Don’t wash their feet, Jesus. Tell them to wash Yours!”
The hands that would soon be nailed to a cross now reached for a towel to serve those that would abandon him while he hung on that cross, alone!
Go ahead, plant a seed. See it disappear into the dirt. But, don't forget!
Yes, the seed is still enough of a mystery to keep me interested while I wait for the full blessing of its secrets to reach full bloom.
We fool ourselves into discounting the malignant threat of sin to our souls.
We have new life because Jesus gave up his. We have a fresh beginning because Jesus chose to submit to an earthly ending.
If you find that you are surrounded by dark clouds and wonder if you will ever break through, keep believing.
What are the achievements that validate your credibility at doing the things you are called to do?
Life is a dangerous endeavor. We pass our days in the shadows of ominous realities.
A Look at the work of the Holy Spirit in our lives
A 365 day trip through the Gospel accounts of Jesus
God's Power for our Battles
Daily letters from Christ using the 'voice' of Jesus
Charle's Spurgeon's classic devotional
Daily prayers inspired by the Apostle Paul
Phil Ware continues his series on Seed, Towel, Promise, and Torchlight, focusing this week on the power of Jesus' promise in the face of his own impending death.
03/21/2018 by Phil Ware
Max Lucado writes reminding us of our need for being washed and made clean by Jesus.
03/18/2018 by Max Lucado
Phil Ware continues his series on Seed, Towel, Promise, and Torchlight focusing on common elements in our world, our lives, that Jesus used to join our hearts to his love.
03/14/2018 by Phil Ware