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Witness Well

Defining God’s Presence is Like the Air We Breathe

A promise is given to all who have placed their trust in His Name. If our time on earth is just a breath compared to eternity, can we grasp the biblical encouragement, “in just a little while?”

A poem for Good Friday

What mystery is there to reveal, What freedom can there to steal; When the Son of Man Stretches out His hand Without complaint and ne’er appeal Who goes before us in our place? To stand alone, to end the race. That through His death His one last breath, Be for us forgiveness, peace, and grace. …

“Disappointment — His Appointment”

I came across this poem the other day from Annie Johnson Flint.  For those who may be struggling with a recent disappointment, I think you may find this very meaningful. “Disappointment–His appointment,” Change one letter, then I see That the thwarting of my purpose Is God’s better choice for me. His appointment must be blessing, …

Who am I?

Who Am I? by Dietrich Bonhoeffer Who am I?  They often tell me I stepped from my cell’s confinement Calmly, cheerfully, firmly, Like a Squire from his country house.  Who am I?  They often tell me I used to speak to my warders Freely and friendly and clearly, As though it were mine to command.  …