• Is Your Mouth Full of Life or Full of Death?

    There are times when someone else says something you’ve been feeling and even trying to express much better, more elegantly than you’ve been able to utter.  Today in my inbox I received this post from Desiring God and that was the case. In recent weeks and months I’ve been telling several friends and even people […]

  • Mark Driscoll Sermon on Hell – Sneak Peak

    I’m a fan of Mark Driscoll.  Because he’s a fan of Jesus, the Bible and absolute truth!    Anyway, Mark Driscoll is halfway through sermon series on Luke.  This is no ordinary sermon series…he’s taking almost 3 years (106 weeks in all) and he’s over a year and a half in.  This coming Sunday he’ll […]

  • How To Enjoy Reading the Bible

    I’ve mentioned and recommended The Way of a Worshiper by Buddy Owens in other posts on this blog before.  It’s a small little book packed with great information on living for the Glory of the father and making worship a lifestyle.  It’s great and if you haven’t read it, get it. So after I read […]

  • Spiritual Muscle Development for Stronger Faith

    We’ve all been asked (or more likely told) by God to wait on Him. Any of you who know my story, you know God has had me here all too often…and if you don’t know, suffice it to say I know a thing or two about waiting on God. I know several people right now […]

  • Helpful Prayer Model – Praying the 6 D’s (from DesiringGod.org)

    I subscribe to the DesiringGod.org blog as the content they produce is always phenomenal. One of today’s posts was just something I had to share with my L2W (Live2Worship) readers. It’s from Jon Bloom on praying the 6 d’s. Check it out: A few years back I wrote about the 5 “D’s” I pray for […]

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  • 2 Very Different Headlines - Who Do We Live For?

    2 Very Different Headlines – Who Do We Live For?

    A week or so ago, I saw two very different headlines that got me thinking.  Here they are: More Than 4 Million iPhone 4S’s Sold Over First Weekend Tithing Hits Record Low; Churches Spend More to Make Congregants Happy You can click each headline to read the articles for each one…I didn’t.  But I didn’t […]

    Oct 27, 2011 | 0 comments | View Post

  • Can't Find God?  Humble Yourself In Prayer Before Reading God's Word & He'll Find You

    Can’t Find God? Humble Yourself In Prayer Before Reading God’s Word & He’ll Find You

    OK, so an effort of full disclosure, that post title might have been SLIGHTLY misleading…BUT…I still think it’s close enough to the heart of what I have to share with you today that I can “scrape by”. Let me explain… I’ve mentioned before how influential John Piper and the Desiring God ministry has been for […]

    Mar 26, 2011 | 0 comments | View Post

  • Where's Your Faith In Tough Times

    Where’s Your Faith In Tough Times

    I subscribe to only a handful of blogs and I think that one of the most valuable for me and my walk with Jesus is the DesiringGod blog updates that I get every day.  They are almost always great.  Almost always meaty and almost always insightful.  But there is one particular style of post that […]

    Jan 17, 2011 | 1 comment | View Post

  • How Important Is Early-Morning Prayer?

    How Important Is Early-Morning Prayer?

    While reading the book, “When I Don’t Desire God” by John Piper, I came across a section that I thought of vital importance that I’d like to share on early-morning prayer.  Here’s what he says: The example of Jesus and the testimony of lovers of Christ throughout the centuries points us to early-morning prayer as […]

    Nov 09, 2010 | 2 comments | View Post

  • Who Is This Wretched Man Living In A Non Continual Victory Over Sin?

    Who Is This Wretched Man Living In A Non Continual Victory Over Sin?

    I am a wretched man.  And earlier tonight I felt like a divided or conflicted man.  It’s a feeling I’ve felt before after realizing my sin, but tonight was like no other.  I knew I needed to write about it here and share what I believe God showed me. I know that I’m saved by […]

    Nov 05, 2010 | 0 comments | View Post