All posts in " Joseph "

Reimagining – move toward

By Dave Henning / June 28, 2023

“Every single time something that had been intended for evil is transformed into something good, I celebrate.  This requires us to hold another paradox: When we participate in reimagining, we are experiencing the goodness of the Lord, and every time we move toward reimagining, we have clearer eyes to see it.”- Aundi Kolber “You planned […]


Infinitely costly grace

By Dave Henning / March 28, 2023

“Someone says, ‘Oh, God just loves everyone.’  But such a God is not as loving as the God of the Bible, who because he was holy and loving gave us grace.  Because he’s loving, there’s free, free, free, free grace for us.  But because he is holy, it was costly grace, infinitely costly grace.”- Timothy […]


Drop your conditions – the ‘ifs’

By Dave Henning / December 1, 2022

“When you come to Christ, you must drop your conditions. . . .  As soon as you say, ‘I will obey you if,’ that is not obedience at all.  You are saying, ‘You are my adviser, not my Lord.  I will be happy to take your recommendations.  And I might even do some of them.’ […]


The key to your spiritual success

By Dave Henning / March 15, 2017

“The key to your spiritual success is focus (emphasis author’s).”- Dr. Tony Evans As Dr. Tony Evans concludes Chapter 13 of Detours, he reminds you of the need to maintain focus on the right perspective as you meander though detours to your destiny.  Even though you quite possibly feel removed from purpose, passion, and peace, […]


Does God have a deaf ear?

By Dave Henning / August 19, 2016

“. . . we mustn’t equate his [God’s] delay with a deaf ear.”- Dr. Wayne Stiles Pharaoh said to Joseph, “I had a dream and no one can interpret it.  But I have heard it said of you that when you hear a dream you can interpret it.” “I cannot do it,” Joseph replied to […]


Three powerful truths

By Dave Henning / March 11, 2016

June Hunt concludes Chapter 6 of How to Forgive by discussing three powerful truths Joseph knew that enabled him to entrust himself to God and master his thoughts. 1.  Joseph knew God is sovereign.  Ms. Hunt states Joseph accepted the fact that his life belonged to God.  Therefore, nothing could happen to him apart from […]

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