Devotions/Who’s At Your Table?

Matthew 15:32

Jesus called his disciples to him and said, “I have compassion for these people; they have already been with me three days and have nothing to eat. I do not want to send
them away hungry, or they may collapse on the way.”

Our Lord, never wants anyone to be without what they need. He feeds so many and has fed so many.

Have you ever known someone to be hungry and let them just walk off not even thinking they may collapse? Jesus was concerned about this for the people that we’re following Him.





Jesus asked His disciples a question one day near the town of Caesarea Philippi:“Who do people say that I am?” The disciples answered, “Some people say you are John the Baptist; some say you are Elijah and others say you are Jeremiah or some other prophet.”

The Wilderness

“Anita Spade” immediately noticed that the affordable place that she rented for her family was unlivable. As soon as she paid the deposit and first month rent, she was informed that the house was scheduled to be cleaned and fixed within the next couple of days. She was also told to expect a couple of inspections done to it by then too. Whatever needed to be fixed and replaced were to be taken care of shortly afterwards. After the house passed those tests, she was to receive basic kitchen appliances, as well as to have the water and utilities able to be turned on for her usage.

Are You Lukewarm?

In a previous blog, I likened the kind of relationship God wants to have with each of us to that of a couple just starting their relationship. However, we so often become complacent as the relationship continues. Other things occupy our mind and time, and though we don’t care less for the other person, we do not give the relationship the time we once did. We take for granted our partner knows we care. Today’s divorce rate testifies to the grave error in this way of thinking. Even if you are at this point in your relationship and still surviving, don’t you miss that spark?

God Is With You Now

You might be going through a tough time right now, but taken from the life of Isaac God is able to shower you with his goodness even in the middle of your circumstance and have everyone around you amazed. And that should be normal because we serve a supernatural God that doesn’t need circumstances to line up for people to see his goodness, but right where you are right now. I was reading through Genesis and how Isaac was traveling and God told him don’t go down to Egypt because there was a famine in the land and he pitched his tent in the land of the Philistines.

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Thermometer or Thermostat?

“Death and life are in the power of the tongue!” (Prov. 18:21)

Are we speaking death or life into our circumstances, over our spouse, over our children, over ourselves? What are we creating with the words that we speak? Our words have creative power!

Is there a time when a Christian should judge?

“When to be Judging”
Pastor Caspar McCloud – The Upper Room 2009

I am thinking we really should make a sign to hang out front which says: “Salvation guaranteed or your sins cheerful refunded”.

Papa God we thank you this day and want to rejoice in it. The devil did not make this day; this is the day that you Papa God have made so we want to rejoice and be glad in it.

Teaching on Festivals

Teaching on Festivals                                                   Pastor Caspar McCloud

 Upper Room 2010

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