2/21/17:Close Enough to Trust

•February 21, 2017 • 3 Comments

img_0785          The second chapter of John opens with Mary, Jesus, and Jesus’ earliest disciples attending a wedding. The opening verses read, “On the third day there was a wedding in Cana of Galilee, and the mother of Jesus was there. Now both Jesus and His disciples were invited to the wedding. And when they ran out of wine, the mother of Jesus said to Him, ‘They have no wine.’ Jesus said to her, ‘Woman, what does your concern have to do with Me? My hour has not yet come.’ His mother said to the servants, ‘Whatever He says to you, do it.’” John 2:3-5 (NKJ)

          This mother/Son exchange is precious because it reveals the relationship Mary and Jesus shared. By the time of this story, Jesus is 30 years old and on the cusp of the start of His public ministry. Joseph has disappeared from the Biblical record and it’s assumed he has died. If that were so, Jesus as the eldest son would have taken over the responsibility of taking care of His mother. So Mary is used to communicating with Him when faced with a dilemma. Running completely out of wine would have been a social tragedy and for some reason, Mary really cared. Notice that Mary didn’t ask Jesus to do anything; she simply presented the problem to Him. Although Jesus’ initial response seems to suggest He didn’t want to help, we find later that He did solve the problem (see verse 9).

Let’s not look at the miracle for now but focus on Mary’s comeback to her Son. Once she presented the problem to Him, she turned to the servants and said, “Whatever He says to you, do it.” Mary had complete trust that simply presenting the problem to Jesus meant that it was handled. She fully expected Him to take care of the situation. The reason Mary could approach Jesus this way was because of the closeness of their relationship.

Do we approach Jesus with this kind of trust? We can approach Him as Mary did if we are close to Him as well. Our closeness with Him increases our understanding of Him, enhances our trust in Him, and enriches our communion with Him. What a blessing to know we can trust our Savior to the point of simply communicating our problems and being certain that He will handle everything.

___________________________

©2017 Sharon Norris Elliott. Feel free to forward this devotion in its entirety, including this copyright line. Leave comments, ask questions, read past devotions, or subscribe to receive these devotions daily in your e-mail at www.sanewriter.wordpress.com. Also, periodically check in at www.LifeThatMatters.net to see what’s going on in the ministry.

Links you won’t want to miss: 

  • Watch Sharon in two shows on The Holy Spirit Broadcasting Network: 
    • Life That Matters with Sharon Norris Elliott, and
    • A View from the Upper Room

from any internet-connected device at www.HSBN.tv

(Stream current show or view past episodes anytime!)

img-life-that-matters

  • 619hstwgsl-_sx331_bo1204203200_Join the movement!
  • 366 Glimpses of God: Getting to Know the God Who Knows You.
  • Start every day of your new year with one of these thoughtful devotional readings that will focus your attention on our amazing heavenly Father.

http://www.hsbn.tv/_store.html#!/366-Glimpses-of-God-Getting-to-Know-the-God-Who-Knows-You/p/77442498/category=15564996

  • Pick up a copies of Sharon’s books for yourself and as gifts for your family members and friends!

Trouble copy 2

Boomerangs FrontCover

Boomerangs Videolink: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=f2JH_gbinMk

Unknown-4

Sharon’s other books still available:

Unknown   Unknown-1   Unknown-3Unknown-2   Unknown-5

2/20/17: See as Jesus Sees

•February 20, 2017 • Leave a Comment

images-3          The Bible records the story of a time when over 5,000 people were fed by Jesus with a meal that only started out with five loaves of bread and two fish. Now these “loaves” probably weren’t even loaves of bread as we would think of the sliced kind that we pick up in a supermarket. The loaves that day were probably more like dinner rolls about the size of a regular hamburger bun. To even break something that size into four, starting with five, you’d still only end up giving 20 people a piece large enough for a couple of bites. And dividing two fish (we may be talking anchovy-size here) would fill even fewer stomachs.

          So as notable as this miracle was, a crucial subplot was working in the background. You see, this miracle occurred at the end of a missionary trip from which the disciples had just returned. After hearing the disciples’ exciting report about how they had preached, healed the sick, and cast out demons, Jesus must have seen that they needed to rest and possibly continue to debrief. However, as they tried to retire to a deserted place for this much-needed retreat, the multitudes discovered their whereabouts. Like persistent paparazzi, the crowd caught up to them desirous of Jesus’ attention.

Despite Jesus’ original plan for the disciples’ rest time, He saw that the people wereimages-1 like sheep without a shepherd and He had compassion on them. However, looking at the same crowd, the disciples saw something quite different. They saw an intrusion upon their time, and invasion of their privacy, and an imposition on their resources. As the day got later and later, they finally told Jesus, “This is a deserted place, and already the hour is late. Send them away, that they may go into the surrounding country and villages and buy themselves bread; for they have nothing to eat.” Mark 6:35b-36a (NKJ).

Jesus countered, “You give them something to eat.” Mark 6:37a (NKJ).

The disciple’s comeback showed that there was something they completely missed. “And they said to Him, ‘Shall we go and buy two hundred denarii worth of bread and give them something to eat?’” (vs. 37b). Hungry people deserve compassion (what Jesus showed them), not a long walk to town (what the disciples had previously suggested). These were the same disciples who had just returned from
their ministry trip preaching, healing, and casting out demons. Was healing and demon-casting less difficult than the common, everyday event of feeding people?

People’s needs come in all shapes and sizes. Are we seeing the needs Jesus sees, or are we missing the chance to show our Lord’s compassion because we’re busy looking to do something we deem to be greater and more spectacular?

___________________________

©2017 Sharon Norris Elliott. Feel free to forward this devotion in its entirety, including this copyright line. Leave comments, ask questions, read past devotions, or subscribe to receive these devotions daily in your e-mail at www.sanewriter.wordpress.com. Also, periodically check in at www.LifeThatMatters.net to see what’s going on in the ministry.

Links you won’t want to miss: 

  • Watch Sharon in two shows on The Holy Spirit Broadcasting Network: 
    • Life That Matters with Sharon Norris Elliott, and
    • A View from the Upper Room

from any internet-connected device at www.HSBN.tv

(Stream current show or view past episodes anytime!)

img-life-that-matters

  • 619hstwgsl-_sx331_bo1204203200_Join the movement!
  • 366 Glimpses of God: Getting to Know the God Who Knows You.
  • Start every day of your new year with one of these thoughtful devotional readings that will focus your attention on our amazing heavenly Father.

http://www.hsbn.tv/_store.html#!/366-Glimpses-of-God-Getting-to-Know-the-God-Who-Knows-You/p/77442498/category=15564996

  • Pick up a copies of Sharon’s books for yourself and as gifts for your family members and friends!

Trouble copy 2

Boomerangs FrontCover

Boomerangs Videolink: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=f2JH_gbinMk

Unknown-4

Sharon’s other books still available:

Unknown   Unknown-1   Unknown-3Unknown-2   Unknown-5

2/18/17: Sent to be Spent

•February 18, 2017 • Leave a Comment

SAMSUNG CAMERA PICTURES

As the mother of boys, I can identify with the mother of Zebedee’s sons in Matthew chapter 20. Like her, my requests to Jesus about my sons grow out of my love; both she and I want the best for them as any mother would. This woman’s boys were two of the prominent disciples, James and John. In fact, they along with Peter were in Jesus’ inner circle. Many times in Scripture, we see these three with Jesus when the other nine are not. So she felt comfortable asking Jesus, “Grant that these two sons of mine may sit, one on Your right hand and the other on the left, in Your kingdom” Matthew 20:21 (NKJ).

Jesus answered, explaining that she didn’t know what she was asking. A high cost came gaining those spots. Although the boys said they were able to handle it, Jesus still responded that those seats were reserved by God the Father. He went on to explain that “whoever desires to become great among you, let him be your servant. And whoever desires to be first among you, let him be your slave–just as the Son of Man did not come to be served, but to serve, and to give His life a ransom for many” Matthew 20:26-28 (NKJ).

That day, Jesus shifted the attention off of James and John and onto Himself. However, He told the disciples something about which they didn’t quite catch all the implications. “Whoever desires to become great…let him be your slave, just as the Son of Man [came]…to give His life as ransom for many”? What did Jesus mean by that?

Upon His resurrection, the disciples found out exactly what Jesus meant by that.

John 20:19-20 tells us of the evening after “Mary Magdalene… told the disciples that she had seen the Lord” (verse 18). It says, “Then, the same day at evening, being the first day of the week, when the doors were shut where the disciples were assembled, for fear of the Jews, Jesus came and stood in the midst, and said to them, ‘Peace be with you.’ Now when He had said this, He showed them His hands and His side. Then the disciples were glad when they saw the Lord. So Jesus said to them again, ‘Peace to you! As the Father has sent Me, I also send you’” John 20:18-21 (NKJ).

In essence, Jesus was saying, “Remember that time when I told you if you wanted to be great, you’d have to become slaves? Remember how I said I would give my life as a ransom for many? Look guys. See these scars? These scars are why I was sent to you in the first place. These scars show what I came here to do. I came to get you to God. Now, for the same reason God sent me to you, I am sending you to others. I gave my life to save everybody. Now you live your lives to tell it.”

Paul later wrote that same message this way: “Therefore, I urge you, brothers, in view of God’s mercy, to offer your bodies as living sacrifices, holy and pleasing to God– this is your spiritual act of worship” Romans 12:1 (NIV). In the rest of Romans chapter 12, Paul goes on to urge us to use our spiritual gifts. This is how we are “living sacrifices,” serving one another, giving to one another, and living our lives for one another.

Jesus was sent to be spent. As we live identified with Christ, we are sent to be spent too.

___________________________

©2017 Sharon Norris Elliott. Feel free to forward this devotion in its entirety, including this copyright line. Leave comments, ask questions, read past devotions, or subscribe to receive these devotions daily in your e-mail at www.sanewriter.wordpress.com. Also, periodically check in at www.LifeThatMatters.net to see what’s going on in the ministry.

Links you won’t want to miss: 

  • Watch Sharon in two shows on The Holy Spirit Broadcasting Network: 
    • Life That Matters with Sharon Norris Elliott, and
    • A View from the Upper Room

from any internet-connected device at www.HSBN.tv

(Stream current show or view past episodes anytime!)

img-life-that-matters

  • 619hstwgsl-_sx331_bo1204203200_Join the movement!
  • 366 Glimpses of God: Getting to Know the God Who Knows You.
  • Start every day of your new year with one of these thoughtful devotional readings that will focus your attention on our amazing heavenly Father.

http://www.hsbn.tv/_store.html#!/366-Glimpses-of-God-Getting-to-Know-the-God-Who-Knows-You/p/77442498/category=15564996

  • Pick up a copies of Sharon’s books for yourself and as gifts for your family members and friends!

Trouble copy 2

Boomerangs FrontCover

Boomerangs Videolink: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=f2JH_gbinMk

Unknown-4

Sharon’s other books still available:

Unknown   Unknown-1   Unknown-3Unknown-2   Unknown-5

2/12/17: Honor Where Honor is Due

•February 12, 2017 • 1 Comment

imagesIt’s a nice thing to receive a pat on the back. In fact, we’re obeying Scripture when we congratulate each other. Romans 13:7 tells us, “Render therefore to all their due: taxes to whom taxes are due, customs to whom customs, fear to whom fear, honor to whom honor” (NKJ, italics added). We get all dressed up to attend awards dinners that honor our colleagues, friends, and acquaintances. We let people know when we’re receiving honors so they can come and celebrate with us. Hollywood has this down to a science with the multitudinous awards shows that air annually – the Oscars, the Emmys, the Grammy’s, the American Music Awards (AMA’s), and the People’s Choice Awards – just to name a few.

No, there’s nothing wrong with honoring someone for the work she has achieved, but Jesus makes a very pertinent case about this practice as it deals with how we relate to Him. In John chapter 5, Jesus pointedly explains who He is and the importance of our belief in Him. He says, “…He who does not honor the Son does not honor the Father who sent Him… But I have a greater witness than John’s; for the works which the Father has given Me to finish– the very works that I do– bear witness of Me, that the Father has sent Me… You search the Scriptures, for in them you think you have eternal life; and these are they which testify ofMe.But you are not willing to come to Me that you may have life” John 5:23, 36, 39-40 (NKJ). Then John 5:44 asks, “How can you believe, who receive honor from one another, and do not seek the honor that comes from the only God?” (NKJ)

Jesus makes His case for who He is – the very One sent by God, empowered to give us eternal life – yet many of us more readily work to receive honor from men rather than seek the honor that comes from God. We receive that honor from God by accepting the work and the word of Jesus Christ. That means we seek out that which Jesus would have us to do, and then we do it. Like my friend Danielle likes to say, “It’s Barney simple.”

There’s an awards show coming for the believer. We will one day all stand before God and instead of the words “and the winner is…,” we hope to hear words like those of one of Jesus’ parables: “Well done, good and faithful servant; you were faithful over a few things, I will make you ruler over many things. Enter into the joy of your lord” Matthew 25:21 (NKJ).

Whose honor will you earn today?

___________________________

©2017 Sharon Norris Elliott. Feel free to forward this devotion in its entirety, including this copyright line. Leave comments, ask questions, read past devotions, or subscribe to receive these devotions daily in your e-mail at www.sanewriter.wordpress.com. Also, periodically check in at www.LifeThatMatters.net to see what’s going on in the ministry.

Links you won’t want to miss: 

  • Watch Sharon in two shows on The Holy Spirit Broadcasting Network: 
    • Life That Matters with Sharon Norris Elliott, and
    • A View from the Upper Room

from any internet-connected device at www.HSBN.tv

(Stream current show or view past episodes anytime!)

img-life-that-matters

  • 619hstwgsl-_sx331_bo1204203200_Join the movement!
  • 366 Glimpses of God: Getting to Know the God Who Knows You.
  • Start every day of your new year with one of these thoughtful devotional readings that will focus your attention on our amazing heavenly Father.

http://www.hsbn.tv/_store.html#!/366-Glimpses-of-God-Getting-to-Know-the-God-Who-Knows-You/p/77442498/category=15564996

  • Pick up a copies of Sharon’s books for yourself and as gifts for your family members and friends!

Trouble copy 2

Boomerangs FrontCover

Boomerangs Videolink: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=f2JH_gbinMk

Unknown-4

Sharon’s other books still available:

Unknown   Unknown-1   Unknown-3Unknown-2   Unknown-5

2/10/17: I Want to be Right with God

•February 10, 2017 • 2 Comments

images-2If we love God, most likely the cry of our heart is, “Lord, I want to be right.” We’re living our lives day-to-day in this world filled with triumph and tragedy, joy and pain, heart-bursting love and heart-breaking lost love; and sometimes, we get caught up in these vicissitudes and drift away from relying on God. However, when we come to ourselves, or rather, when we come to the end of ourselves, we find that God has been waiting all the time for us to return for redirection. Then, once again, we find our hearts crying out, “Lord, please help me, I want to be right.”

Psalm 19:7-14 contains the perfect prescription to fulfill our desire to be right. It says:

  •  The law of the LORD is perfect, converting the soul; the testimony of the LORD is sure, making wise the simple; The statutes of the LORD are right, rejoicing the heart; the commandment of the LORD is pure, enlightening the eyes; The fear of the LORD is clean, enduring forever; the judgments of the LORD are true and righteous altogether. More to be desired are they than gold, yea, than much fine gold; sweeter also than honey and the honeycomb. Moreover by them Your servant is warned, and in keeping them there is great reward.
  • Who can understand his errors? Cleanse me from secret faults. Keep back Your servant also from presumptuous sins; let them not have dominion over me.
  • Then I shall be blameless, and I shall be innocent of great transgression. Let the words of my mouth and the meditation of my heart be acceptable in Your sight, O LORD, my strength and my Redeemer. (NKJ)

In the three divisions of the passage above, we find that the Word of God holds benefits that will make us right; the work of God supplies cleansing and restraint that will keep us right; and the worship of God will keep our focus on Him so we’ll have a continuing passion to stay right.

___________________________

©2017 Sharon Norris Elliott. Feel free to forward this devotion in its entirety, including this copyright line. Leave comments, ask questions, read past devotions, or subscribe to receive these devotions daily in your e-mail at www.sanewriter.wordpress.com. Also, periodically check in at www.LifeThatMatters.net to see what’s going on in the ministry.

Links you won’t want to miss: 

  • Watch Sharon in two shows on The Holy Spirit Broadcasting Network: 
    • Life That Matters with Sharon Norris Elliott, and
    • A View from the Upper Room

from any internet-connected device at www.HSBN.tv

(Stream current show or view past episodes anytime!)

img-life-that-matters

  • 619hstwgsl-_sx331_bo1204203200_Join the movement!
  • 366 Glimpses of God: Getting to Know the God Who Knows You.
  • Start every day of your new year with one of these thoughtful devotional readings that will focus your attention on our amazing heavenly Father.

http://www.hsbn.tv/_store.html#!/366-Glimpses-of-God-Getting-to-Know-the-God-Who-Knows-You/p/77442498/category=15564996

  • Pick up a copies of Sharon’s books for yourself and as gifts for your family members and friends!

Trouble copy 2

Boomerangs FrontCover

Boomerangs Videolink: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=f2JH_gbinMk

Unknown-4

Sharon’s other books still available:

Unknown   Unknown-1   Unknown-3Unknown-2   Unknown-5

2/8/17: Build!

•February 8, 2017 • 2 Comments

images-3Ever since I was a little girl, I was always starting something. I’m not talking about starting trouble; I’m talking about starting organizations. When all the kids on our block received bikes one Christmas, I started the Grape Ave. Bike Club, complete with rules, meetings, and membership cards. I amended the by-laws to include the skates we received the following year, and the hula-hoops we got the next.

In high school, I presented a proposal to the school board to start an Inner City Athletic Organization (ICAO) that would bring together the leaders of the football and basketballs teams of the inner city schools, in an effort to spark friendships and brotherhood and thus quell the growing threat of gang violence. I figured if the guys knew and liked each other, they were less likely to fight and kill each other. Even though I spelled “athletic” wrong throughout the proposal, the principle made sense to me.

In college, as a member of Campus Crusade for Christ, I organized Feminars (women’s Bible study seminars); and as a member of the semi-professional gospel group The Voices of Joi, I developed our 5-week follow-up Basics of the Faith Bible study program for those who accepted Christ at our concerts. As a young, stay-at-home mom, I started New Blessing Interiors, my baby bedding business, and when I returned to teaching, I developed His Kids Players, a traveling play-acting group. Even now, I have two businesses: Milk & Honey Life Retreats and AuthorizeMe.

images-2As I look back over my life so far, I see that I am always building, but not only for myself. Everything I’ve put my energy into has involved others and their growth, development, and comfort as well.

Consider God’s word on the matter of work:

  • Ecclesiastes 9:10       Whatever your hand finds to do, do it with all your might, for in the grave, where you are going, there is neither working nor planning nor knowledge nor wisdom.
  • Romans 12:11            Not slothful in business; fervent in spirit; serving the Lord; (KJV)
  • Ephesians 5:16           making the most of every opportunity, because the days are evil.
  • Colossians 3:23          Whatever you do, work at it with all your heart, as working for the Lord, not for men.
  • Proverbs 22:29           Do you see a man skilled in his work? He will serve before kings; he will not serve before obscure men.
  • Ecclesiastes 11:6       Sow your seed in the morning, and at evening let not your hands be idle, for you do not know which will succeed, whether this or that, or whether both will do equally well.
  • Proverbs 19:21           Many are the plans in a man’s heart, but it is the LORD’s purpose that prevails.

images-1What’s the use in starting something if no one else is touched or made better? Give it your all and give it to God. What have you built and what are you building today? Get to work!

 

___________________________

©2017 Sharon Norris Elliott. Feel free to forward this devotion in its entirety, including this copyright line. Leave comments, ask questions, read past devotions, or subscribe to receive these devotions daily in your e-mail at www.sanewriter.wordpress.com. Also, periodically check in at www.LifeThatMatters.net to see what’s going on in the ministry.

Links you won’t want to miss: 

  • Watch Sharon in two shows on The Holy Spirit Broadcasting Network: 
    • Life That Matters with Sharon Norris Elliott, and
    • A View from the Upper Room

from any internet-connected device at www.HSBN.tv

(Stream current show or view past episodes anytime!)

img-life-that-matters

  • 619hstwgsl-_sx331_bo1204203200_Join the movement!
  • 366 Glimpses of God: Getting to Know the God Who Knows You.
  • Start every day of your new year with one of these thoughtful devotional readings that will focus your attention on our amazing heavenly Father.

http://www.hsbn.tv/_store.html#!/366-Glimpses-of-God-Getting-to-Know-the-God-Who-Knows-You/p/77442498/category=15564996

  • Pick up a copies of Sharon’s books for yourself and as gifts for your family members and friends!

Trouble copy 2

Boomerangs FrontCover

Boomerangs Videolink: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=f2JH_gbinMk

Unknown-4

Sharon’s other books still available:

Unknown   Unknown-1   Unknown-3Unknown-2   Unknown-5

2/6/17: The Law vs. Grace

•February 6, 2017 • Leave a Comment

images-1Confusion exists for some concerning the balance between obeying God’s Law and living by grace. Somehow we’ve come to see the two as mutually exclusive; in other words, either you live by the Law or you live by grace. Those who believe we should obey God’s Law are accused of belittling what Jesus did on the cross and are labeled as legalistic. Those who believe we should rely on grace alone are blamed for encouraging people to ignore the Old Testament rules and live “looser” lives since they are depending on forgiveness.

We are making things much more complicated than they need to be. Folks on both unknownsides of the controversy agree on God’s attribute of immutability; that is, that God does not change. Since God does not change, both God’s Law and grace must somehow be able to exist together. And they do.

The Law as revealed in the Old Testament, shows us our sin and reveals to us God’s holiness and His moral desires for us. We look at the Law and desire to fulfill it but we fall woefully short. Grace debuts in the New Testament and supplies the forgiveness that frees us from the guilt of falling short of fulfilling the Law. Now here’s the good news: now that the penalty has been paid and we’ve been freed from the guilt of our inadequacy to fulfill the Law, we can operate in obedience to the Law thanks to the power of the Holy Spirit. God’s revealed desire for us to be morally upright did not change with Jesus’ substitutionary death and His resurrection. To the contrary, we can now obey Him out of love for Him simply because we’ve placed our faith in Him.

Nowhere in Scripture is this balance better illustrated than in the book of Hebrews. The balance comes through faith. In the eleventh chapter, the writer gives us a phenomenal list of the Old Testament saints. From Abel to Enoch to Noah to Abraham and on through David, Samuel, and the rest of the prophets, the writer illumines their wonderful faith. However, the chapter ends by saying, “And all these [heroes of the faith], having obtained a good testimony through faith, did not receive the promise, God having provided something better for us, that they should not be made perfect apart from us” Hebrews 11:39 – 40 (NKJ). You see, those Old Testament saints living under the Law were responsible to obey the Law, but even if they couldn’t do so perfectly, they obtained a good testimony anyway through faith. They could not be “made perfect apart from us” because the grace in which we now stand had not yet been supplied by Jesus Christ.

imagesThe twelfth chapter begins by referring back to the eleventh. “Therefore we also, since we are surrounded by so great a cloud of witnesses, let us lay aside every weight, and the sin which so easily ensnares us, and let us run with endurance the race that is set before us, looking unto Jesus, the author and finisher of our faith, who for the joy that was set before Him endured the cross, despising the shame, and has sat down at the right hand of the throne of God” Hebrews12:1 – 2 (NKJ). We have now been supplied with grace, but are here admonished not to forget how our Old Testament predecessors “obtained a good testimony.” A good testimony is obtained by running the race that is set before us; i.e. obeying God’s Commandments, which are nothing less than His Law.

So we see that God’s Law – His ultimate will – goes hand-in-hand with grace; the two are not in opposition with each other. God the Judge is the same as Jesus the Redeemer.

___________________________

©2017 Sharon Norris Elliott. Feel free to forward this devotion in its entirety, including this copyright line. Leave comments, ask questions, read past devotions, or subscribe to receive these devotions daily in your e-mail at www.sanewriter.wordpress.com. Also, periodically check in at www.LifeThatMatters.net to see what’s going on in the ministry.

Links you won’t want to miss: 

  • Watch Sharon in two shows on The Holy Spirit Broadcasting Network: 
    • Life That Matters with Sharon Norris Elliott, and
    • A View from the Upper Room

from any internet-connected device at www.HSBN.tv

(Stream current show or view past episodes anytime!)

img-life-that-matters

  • 619hstwgsl-_sx331_bo1204203200_Join the movement!
  • 366 Glimpses of God: Getting to Know the God Who Knows You.
  • Start every day of your new year with one of these thoughtful devotional readings that will focus your attention on our amazing heavenly Father.

http://www.hsbn.tv/_store.html#!/366-Glimpses-of-God-Getting-to-Know-the-God-Who-Knows-You/p/77442498/category=15564996

  • Pick up a copies of Sharon’s books for yourself and as gifts for your family members and friends!

Trouble copy 2

Boomerangs FrontCover

Boomerangs Videolink: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=f2JH_gbinMk

Unknown-4

Sharon’s other books still available:

Unknown   Unknown-1   Unknown-3Unknown-2   Unknown-5