Category: What is Divine Intervention?

What If?

Isaiah proclaims WOE to those who call evil “good,” who live in the midst of error thinking they are on the moral high ground, never questioning, never wondering “What if?” What if my opinions are wrong not right, bitter not sweet, false not true? What if the poison of asps was under my father’s lips Read More …

Sonburst?

For me, trust was a huge issue: I had none! I had distrust instead, and for plenty of perfectly understandable reasons. I had grown up living with daily declarations that everything was FINE, though clearly, everything was NOT. I felt like the little kid in the story about the Emperor’s new clothes, and a cynical Read More …

God Can?

Oswald Chambers asks today, in My Utmost for His Highest, “Is my experience such a wonderful realization of God’s power and might that I can never despair of anyone I see?” Um, yes…. my answer is yes, I said yes, I say YES. How can I say such a thing? For me, it’s easy-peasy because my Read More …

Eureka?

As you may already know, I have decided to re-issue my testimony because the original subtitle makes the book sound like a depressing read, when it’s try just the opposite. It is a victory story, one that brings hope to people who want to make serious changes in their life. So, I sought the counsel Read More …

Despair to Delight?

I didn’t know what Carl Jung meant about “human metamorphosis” until I experienced it. Now I appreciate what it takes to “break through” from darkness into Light: it takes entering a cocoon first (so to speak). </b><strong>But it’s an “if-then proposition” freely offered, so it also takes my willingness to “go there.”  When, for instance, I entered Read More …