God's Roadmap

Now may the Lord Jesus Christ and our Father God, who loved us and in his wonderful grace gave us eternal comfort and a beautiful hope that cannot fail, encourage your hearts and inspire you with strength to always do and speak what is good and beautiful in his eyes (2 Thessalonians 2:16-17 TPT).

Saturday, July 25, 2020

What can the mistakes of Israel's kings teach us?

by Barbara Latta

Mistakes of Israel's kings
The Old Testament provides us with multitudes of instances where Israel fell into idol worship. What can the mistakes of Israel’s kings teach us? lf we will read their history with open eyes we can be illuminated by their examples and our lives can benefit from these lessons.
Why was their history given to us? Now all these things happened to them as examples, and they were written for our admonition, upon whom the ends of the ages have come (1 Corinthians 10:11).

Saul lost his kingdom because of disobedience. He took it upon himself to offer a sacrifice that only the priests were allowed to do. He decided what to do rather than listening to the Lord.
What should we learn?

Saturday, July 11, 2020

Prodigal son or older brother: Which one am I?

by Barbara Latta

The story of the Prodigal son is widely used in Christian and secular circles. Children who stray from
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home are often referred to as prodigals. But in our spiritual life, many of us can probably say we have been each of these brothers at one time or another.

Which son am I?

Saturday, July 4, 2020

The Remedy for America's Pain

by Barbara Latta

The past few months have caused us to experience sacrifices many of us have never made. We saw
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empty store shelves and couldn’t find toilet paper. And when we did find the necessary bathroom accessory, it was the uncushy kind. We improvised on food, invented activities to prevent boredom and learned to live with our faces covered. We think we really had it bad.

And yes, those who contracted COVID-19 did suffer. The rest of us had some interruptions and sacrifices, but did we really suffer?