Food for the Journey

Messianic Miracles


God does not have to prove Himself to mankind. He is not answerable to our limited minds and does not have to conform to man-made religious rules and beliefs about what He should or shouldn’t do. But neither does He demand blind or unsubstantiated...

Mary and Martha


A story of growth

No two people have the same relationship or walk with God, and the “mountains and valleys” experienced on our spiritual journey also vary. One of the clearest examples of this is in the story of two sisters, Martha and Mary.



Our God is always creating, always beginning, always doing new things with new people.  When things or people go awry, He starts again with someone else.  Seth, Noah, Abraham, Isaac, Jacob, Joseph, Moses, Joshua, David, and many others...



Fire in the natural world is created when energy is released. In the spiritual world, the release of spiritual “energy” can also give the same result. In Christian circles we often talk about the “fire of God” – using the word to describe the feeling of His presence along with words like “glory”, “refining” “power” etc.

Jesus' prayers


Many times in the gospels it is recorded that Jesus spent time in prayer.   When asked by the disciples how to pray, He gave an example of the sort of things that should be prayed for, and the manner in which to pray.   He prayed at the...

The Name of God


There are several expressions used for God in the Bible, many of them beginning with El, which simply means “god” or “deity”.   When the word is extended in Hebrew, a clearer meaning emerges:

Elyon – God Most High
Eloah / Elohim – One of...



The familiar passage of 1 Corinthians 13:13 talks about faith, hope and love.

Faith is a gift – the correct rendering of Mark 11:22 is to “let the faith of God be in you”, or “have the faith of God”.  Faith is a fruit of the Holy Spirit –...