I. Wait. On. Jesus.

I wait on JESUS.
My waiting is not in vain. Jesus is my salvation, my hope, my rock. Jesus has promised provision. Jesus has promised healing. Jesus has promised a future. Jesus is my everything. But what it truly means to wait on Jesus is to “wait on” Jesus. My service during my patient days is devoted to Him, his glory, his name being spread throughout the land, his testimony of grace in my life being shared, his people being loved… I don’t just wait as though waiting for rain in a drought. I wait as one who plants, tills, fertilizes, waters, protects, and expects the fruit that is promised. I wait on Jesus.

The Struggle

“Hallelujah we are free to struggle, but we are not struggling to be free.” ~Mike Donehey (of Tenth Avenue North) Based off of this song by Tenth Avenue North “The Struggle.” (Shown below) [youtube...

Help. Someone. Today.

“Great opportunities to help others seldom come, but small ones surround us every day.” – Sally Koch [Email Subscribers View Video Here]

Lose Something?

This past week I had a conversation with a friend who was attempting to purchase food at McDonalds. She was also going to pick up a delicious Peppermint Mocha for me so when they wouldn’t accept her normal method of payment. She had to resort to just the change...