Lessons from the Life of Joseph: Parenting

Posted on September 9, 2013 by Sandra Hardage in My Journey of Faith Magazine   The Bible is full of stories of faithful men and women. They are truly examples of prevailing faith through trials and tribulations along the journey of life.  I love to imagine what these men and women were feeling and thinking during these testing times of faith. I often write their stories in first person as the Lord leads. One of my favorites is the story …

Open Your Eyes

They announced their arrival as they flew over the house and beckoned me to the window.  Majestic Canadian geese flying in formation landing near the pond across the pasture in search of food.  I ran to the window as I often do to see the “special” delight that God provided just to remind me of His presence and the glory of His creation. There they were swimming on the pond and grazing nearby grass doing what geese do as I …

There is a Season

Thank you, Father God, for the beauty You create in every season.  Each season has its own special beauty…even winter when the earth appears to be dead with shades of brown and no spring flowers are blooming.  Sometimes the sky is a dark shade of gray when the sun is not shining.  And yet, as it appears a dismal place…the earth is preparing for new life and soon the earth will burst forth in glorious colors as the daffodils peak …

The Path

Palms 25:10 (NASB) All the paths of the Lord are lovingkindness and truth to those who keep His covenant and His testimonies.

The Shroud of Turin

The Shroud of Turin has long been controversial.  Was it the burial cloth of Jesus?  Could it answer questions about Jesus and prove that He lived and died the way the Bible says? This 14 foot linen cloth of herringbone weave has undergone numerous test from critics over the centuries.  It was first photographed in 1898 by Secondo Pia.  The result was a surprise image when his negative revealed clear facial features never observed with the naked eye.  In 1970, a team …