I can certainly relate to Naaman in II Kings 5. Naaman was a sick man, the dreaded leper who would be shunned by all and sent out to live completely isolated, if he was not healed. So, he went to the healer of the day, Elisha. Elisha politely sends out a messenger to tell Naaman
Today’s blog is an excerpt from Grace Life staff member Renée Berry’s new book, Invite Him In. It seems that I have hopped on the emotional roller coaster again. How can that happen so quickly? A good day, a bad day, back to a good day. My feelings are controlled by how well I feel
Our guest blogger this week is Renée Berry, a counselor and teacher at Grace Life International for 19 years. The following is from her new book, Invite Him In: Jesus in Seasons of Adversity. If my concept of You reverts to the long-standing lie that You are not trustworthy God, then my thinking becomes twisted.
Today’s blog is an excerpt from Grace Life staff member Renée Berry’s new book, Invite Him In. I want Author Ann Voskamp’s mindset of thankfulness when I don’t know what to think. I desire to give thanks for feeling better, but that is not the case at this moment. This is post-chemo week which
“Unto you, O Lord do I lift up my soul.” Why do I lift my soul to You moment by moment? My soul needs refining! As I give my mind, my will and emotions to You, O Lord, I acknowledge that it is You Who will bring any areas of flesh (my way of doing