Update Regarding Wade, Our Blog Writer
Good news. There was a great report today from Wade’s surgeon regarding his cancer surgery.
Wade is still recovering, however, and hopes to have another post as soon as he’s able to use his computer. We solicit your prayers for a quick return to his blog ministry.
Since his illness came to light so suddenly and had to be dealt with so quickly due to the serious aggressive nature of the type of cancer, he did not have time to build up a portfolio of posts to use during his recovery.
Thanks for understanding,
The Lazarus Team
MUSTARD SEEDS AND MOUNTAINS FROM JESUS AND THE APOSTLES
WHAT SHOULD WE PRAY ABOUT?
Tip No. 1: Pray about everything. Matt. 21: 22 All things, whatsoever ye shall ask in prayer, believing, ye shall receive.
Tip No. 2: There is nothing too small for Him or too big. Matt 17:20. Mustard seeds and mountains are all the same to our God. Continue reading
People wonder why we of the Lazarus Project have such a passion to see the body of Christ come together and become one in the Spirit of God. This burden was first placed upon be by a mentor, a great Christian, Leonard Evans, many years ago.
Everywhere he preached the Continue reading
NOTE: Wade is in surgery today, but we do have our first guest blogger. This post. comes to us from our beloved “baby” sister, Dale, a valued member of the Lazarus Project team.
They’ve added spice to my life–like a well-seasoned oven roast–in fact, I am who I am, in large part, because they’ve touched my life and I love them still, deeply in my heart. Though they are gone from this world, their fragrance is all around me. It’s kind of like those cookbooks, full of colorful photographs that almost let you taste each recipe. Continue reading
Have you ever experienced something so unusual and perhaps wonderful, that you can hardly talk about it? I have a hunch many of us have. What are these odd experiences? Perhaps we’ve been touched by the invisible world of which this present one is but a shadow—what the Bible calls Spirit. Like Mary’s visitation from an angel, we can only “ponder it” in our hearts. Continue reading
The movie, Artificial Intelligence by Steven Spielberg is the story of David, a robotic child, programmed to love, separated from his mommy and wanting only to please her. Professor Jolley, David’s creator was asked the point of making David. “It’s the oldest story of all”, he said. “Didn’t God create us so we might love Him?”
Yes, but true love is a two way thing. Continue reading
Surprising Statistics. In the Vine and Branches passage in John 15, Jesus referred to branches in the plural. Curious, I highlighted all the plural forms of “you” I was amazed to find 51 of them in the first 17 verses alone—averaging three per verse. Yet I found no singular forms. Except for verse 5, Jesus speaks to “us” collectively, not “me” individually.
Our Vertical and Horizontal Connections. Yet when I used to read it, I personalized and individualized the passage applying to myself. Jesus wasn’t speaking to me. He was addressing his church.