At Easter time the sign of the cross has more relevance than ever.
I wear a cross on a chain around my neck and rarely ever take it off. I don’t attach any ‘magical’ significance to it, but for me it is simply a reminder of what Jesus did for us. Continue reading “Why I Wear a Cross [by Dennis Homes]”
Inside the Mind of a Chronically Ill Person Debating if They Should Post on Facebook
By Contributor who writes about Chronic Illness (used with permission)
Continue reading “Inside the Mind of a Chronically Ill Person Debating if They Should Post on Facebook”
Author: John Coblentz; Source: June 1998 newsletter of Deeper Life Ministries; Used by permission.
In the Bible we read about a “wounded spirit” and also about a “broken spirit.” In some ways the meaning of these two terms is similar. Both terms indicate distress. It is possible even that one person may have a wounded spirit in response to the same situation that results in a broken spirit for another person.
But the two terms stand in contrast. First let’s consider how they are used in Scripture. Continue reading “Wounded or Broken?”