But they delight in the law of the Lord, meditating on it day and night (Psalm 1:2, NLT*). Surely the psalmist doesn’t expect us to go around mentally reciting the Ten Commandments and all the extra bits of legalese that Moses added?
Do You Feel Surrounded by Janet Sketchley. “Do you ever feel this way, not about physical enemies, but about the pressures, the “stuff” of your life? About the obligations, real or perceived, that loom around you like mountains? “
Pray for Our Enemies? Really? by Janet Sketchley Do news stories cause you to pray for people? For the hurt, the poor, the oppressed? Even just a quick “God, please help them know Your presence”? Sometimes the need is so great. When I hear about an accident or crime, as well as praying for the… Continue reading Prayer for Our Enemies? Really?
Why Pray for Our Leaders? by Janet Sketchley. God can influence leaders, even those who don’t know Him. Janet gives us some Scripture passages to back this.
Heaven’s Prey: a novel of suspense and redemption. Follow the blog chase between Oct. 31 and Nov. 7, 2013 for a chance to win a print copy of the book.
60 Promises to Pray Over Your Children – a book review by Janet Sketchley. Nine sections focus prayers in the areas of blessing, protection, character, community, praise, growth, courage, purpose and knowing God.
How Can I find Quiet Times with God? by Janet Sketchley Janet has some great ideas for helping us find quiet times with God as well as reasons why it is so essential.
How Can I Pierce the Gloom? by Janet Sketchley Janet takes us from discouragement to encouragement.
What are Thoughts that Sting? by Janet Sketchely “I had no idea how many of the enemy’s lies I’d bought, nor how deeply they’d rooted.”
When God Says No by