Delights from the Lord

by Beth Fore “Your love, O LORD, reachesto the heavens, your faithfulnessto the skies.   Your righteousness islike the mighty mountains, your justicelike the great deep.  O LORD, you preserveboth man and beast.  How priceless is your unfailinglove!  Both high and low among men find refuge in theshadow of your wings. They feast on the abundanceofContinue reading “Delights from the Lord”

Help Me See Through Your Eyes

“For God so loved the worldthat he gave his oneand only Son, that whoeverbelieves in him shall notperish but have eternal life.” (John 3:16 NIV) “A new command I give you:Love one another.  As Ihave loved you, so youmust love one another.By this all men will knowthat you are my disciples,if you love one another.”Continue reading “Help Me See Through Your Eyes”

The Battle Within

by Beth Fore “So I find this law at work:When I want to do good,evil is right there with me.For in my inner being I delightin God’s law; but I see anotherlaw at work in the membersof my body, waging waragainst the law of my mindand making me a prisonerof the law of sin atContinue reading “The Battle Within”

I Bask in Your Glory, Lord

by Beth Fore “Save us, O LORD our God,and gather us from the nations,that we may give thanksto your holy nameand glory in your praise.” (Psalm 106:47 NIV) I Bask in Your Glory, Lord I bask in Your glory, Lord,as I behold Your majesty.I’m in awe of Your creationand the wondrous world I see. IContinue reading “I Bask in Your Glory, Lord”

Jesus Is With Us Always . . . to the End!

by Jo Umberger, Vice President, NewLife Behavior International “‘The virgin will conceive and give birth to a son, and they will call him Immanuel (which means “God with us”).‘” Matthew 1:23 NIV At this season of the year, we often hear about Jesus’ birth, including the passage above, which tells us that God is with us.Continue reading “Jesus Is With Us Always . . . to the End!”

Is there anything you need freedom from?

by Jo Umberger, Vice President, NewLife Behavior International Sometimes we are shackled and don’t even know it. A person who grew up in a home where there was verbal abuse, for example, may be angry and may even imitate the behaviors witnessed during childhood. The same is true for any type of negative behavior thatContinue reading “Is there anything you need freedom from?”