My Concrete Dove
Let’s talk about the Living God, Elohim Chayim, today. Even though we read about Him in our Bibles, an ancient text, He is still alive today. God is current. He knows our struggles, joys, challenges as they creep in from the past and sit in our culture today.
Today is a day to praise God for what He has done and who He is, Jehova El Elyon. He is the Lord God Most High. He is with you. How are you doing today, friend? Don’t feel like praising God today? I understand.
Did you know that you can be complete in Christ? It’s ok to go for that promotion, finish that degree, run that marathon, or marry the person of your dreams. All of that is great, but it isn’t what completes you. We become complete when, by faith, we accept Christ as our Lord and Savior.
Today let’s call on the name of our eternal and all-sufficient God, Ehyeh Asher Ehyeh. There is power in His name. He knows your struggles. And haven’t we all had our share these last almost two years?
Today, I’m calling on El Roi, the God Who sees me, and you. He sees you in your time of trouble and joy, and He always cares for you. But you already know this, my friend. Try to be patient when trouble comes and be doubly strong in the peace of His presence.
Today let’s call on Jehovah Mephalti together, the Lord my Deliverer. May His name be at the forefront of our minds so that we will know with total assurance that He is with us. He delivered us from sin by His sacrifice on the Cross.
Dear One, Today we call on Jehovah Shalom, the Lord of our Peace. Only You offer true peace. As You delivered Israel across the Jordan, You can deliver us into your promised peace. Therefore, we commit ourselves to You today and invite Your supernatural peace into our...
Hello Friend, Today let's praise the God of our Exceeding Joy. His name is El Simchath Gili. Lord, thank you for the beautiful and powerful creation you allow us to inhabit. Today we praise you for your creativity and generosity. Your wonders are many and great. And...
Are you ready for rescue from those same old feelings of rejection or fear? Even after desperately seeking and finding healing (you thought) on your own, do you find yourself back in that familiar prison paralyzed by the what if’s?
I was walking on the inside of the walking path and getting startled by every cyclist passing us from behind without a warning. Speak, for goodness’ sake! Where were those bicycle bells that used to be attached to every kid’s handlebars!?