First Signing Saturday, Mar 1 2008 

Well thank God.  For those of you reading this let me first say Post Something will ya…lol.  Seriously tomorrow is my first signing and I am thrilled although I am trying to keep expectations in check.  I understand the first time around is met with mixed success.  My only hope is that the people who God would have come out for the event would really be blessed by the book.  Ultimately, it is His work, for His purpose.

 Praying for divine appointments tomorrow but I know this is already a success because it has transformed this author.

 Send some testimonies people.

Our Daily Bread Thursday, Feb 28 2008 

I want to thank God for His revelation daily as we break the bread of the word.  I am thankful that His Spirit guides our understanding of what it is we are reading and how it applies to our lives.

I have titled this, “Our Daily Bread”.  There is nothing so satisying as when God imparts His wisdom to you and the word just makes perfect sense.  I have been reading the bible in a year and there are scripture portions from both the Old and New Testament, as well as Psalms and Proverbs to read each day.  

Well I was reading the Gospel of Mark about the “woman with the issue of blood”  Well it just so happens I was reading Leviticus also the same day, about God’s laws pertaining to cleanliness.  The woman from the New Testament account (who is not named); such a woman in the Old Testament was considered unclean.  Therefore, she was not to be even touched lest she make everyone else around her unclean.  Perhaps knowing the law, she decides in herself that “if I can JUST touch the hem of His garment.”  If she could just SNEAK in there and sneak out, she could be made whole.  However, with the crowd that pressed in around Him being so large she could not subtly touch him without making many people unclean.  Well you know the story.  She sneaks in, but not without being noticed.  Imagine how she must have cowered in front of Jesus only to receive mercy and an answer to her prayer in the form of her healing.   “Go, your faith has made you whole”. 

I was pondering the nature of her illness for a while afterward and thought to myself, Jesus came to bleed, so she no longer had to.  What else could this be applied to?  Jesus paid the price so I don’t have to? (certainly)  Anything else?

Dads and Time Wednesday, Feb 27 2008 

I was sent an email forward yesterday entitled “Dads and Time” and it is reminiscent of that old song Cat’s in the Cradle.  For those unfamiliar with either of those, it features a father of a grown child who reflects on the time spent or rather laments the time NOT spent with his child in his youth.  Bottom line message?  Children spell love t-i-m-e.

I know I started this blog for testimonies and there is a testimony.  For those of us with young kids, like my 3 1/2 year old, this is a Godly reminder of what is important in life and one that we can do something about.  That is something to be thankful for.  Not forsaking those with grown children, let me say also that as long as there is breath in you, God can heal any past hurts and mend any sour relationships you might have.  That too, is something to thank God for.

 The video again is Dads and Time and it is from SimpleTruth.com in case you’re interested. 

Praise God today that he cares about families

Look What the Lord Has Done Sunday, Feb 24 2008 

God has been so good to me and my family and I decided to share some of those things as well as establish an outlet for one of my passions, writing about biblical teachings, and opening up a window of correspondence for those that wish to share. 

I am a new author and I have started meeting others on the web.  I am learning a lot but I am also a little overwhelmed.  Nevertheless, this little blog makes me that much more accessible.  I look forward to meeting more authors and just new friends in general who love the Lord.  I have started a book tour for me first real solo book entitled, fittingly, “Look What the Lord Has Done; Victory over Infertility, Sickness, Trial, and Doubt” and I am trying to launch a blog tour as well.  Anyone wishing to drop some knowledge on my blog about this brave new world I am entering is more than welcome. 

The book is an awesome testimony and I wish to open up this blog to hearing about others’ testimonies too.  Tell the world what the Lord has done in your life.  It will serve to encourage many to hear how God is working.

God Bless,

Kevin

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