Barri writes, "Moses was born by faith, hid by faith, lived by faith and died by faith. In honor of Moses, some facts follow of his birth day and death day."
Barri writes, "You may be in the midst of a whirlwind... Our God is a consuming fire. It is a good thing to have our faith purified by fire. Burn the dross away, LORD."
Barri writes, "If you are struggling with your faith, God encourages you (and I) to trust in Him with all our heart and lean not to our own understanding."
Barri writes, "Sometimes we find ourselves moored in the harbor. For a season, God calls us to endure chastening and pruning. When we are at sea with the LORD, we are at service for God, and feel as though we are being fully utilized to glorify Him and walk in His ways."
Barri writes, "Where is our hope and where is our expectation? We find an answer in the fifth chapter of Romans verse five..."
Barri writes, "Any time God calls you to die, He empowers you to be able to endure, because you live the crucified life. Yeshua lives within you. You receive that mysterious power to overcome sin, and to pursue obedience through faith."
Barri writes, "I love Rabbi Sha’ul Paul’s insights in Chapter 4 of Philippians. In light of his exhortation about the gentle spirit to be known to all men, Paul then exhorts the reader to be anxious for nothing. He gets right to the root of my desire of extremes—anxiety."
What would you do if one day you woke up, and you realized that you had lost your sight? It happened to William Moon.
Barri writes, "We live in a fallen world and God has given us the choice to either follow Him or do our own thing. However, even today, the gentle blowing, the still small voice is there, louder than ever."