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Published by Jerry Baysinger on 15 May 2015


When we think about marriage vows, the phrase “FOR BETTER OR FOR WORSE” usually comes to mind.  Of course, everybody embraces the “for better” part, but the problem seems to lie with the “for worse” part.  Marriage isn’t always like a meal where the appetizer comes first, then main course, then dessert.  Sometimes we get a relationship out of order with the dessert is served as an appetizer and then when the main course is served, they’re already full and don’t want it.  That’s why many couples live together and never get married: they don’t want the responsibility that comes with the main course.  Then when hard times come, and sooner or later they always do, they bail out.  What does that have to do with Jesus?  Glad you asked. Continue Reading »

Published by Jerry Baysinger on 08 May 2015


You know the old saying; “Sometimes you win, sometimes you lose”. What is YOUR attitude toward life?  And what if you found out that it is mostly YOU that determines if you win, lose, or draw?  Would you think and act differently? Continue Reading »

Published by Jerry Baysinger on 01 May 2015


As I sat down and wrote today’s date, instantly the words came into my spirit, “From the least to the greatest”.  I told my wife, “Boy, that was fast, now I know what to write about today.”  The key verse is found in Jeremiah 31:34, which says:
And they shall teach no more every man his neighbour, and every man his brother, saying, Know the LORD: for they shall all know me, from the least of them unto the greatest of them, saith the LORD: for I will forgive their iniquity, and I will remember their sin no more. Continue Reading »

Published by Jerry Baysinger on 24 Apr 2015


Exactly who is this JESUS that we all talk about?  Is He really who He said He is; and if so, what are we doing about it?  Let’s take time to explore these things today so we know that there is no more doubt whatsoever. Continue Reading »

Published by Jerry Baysinger on 17 Apr 2015


The words we speak every day set the course for our lives.  While some may disagree with this concept, I think you’ll agree that pretty much everything we do also deals with our spoken words.  For example, if you apply for a job, you will have to speak to the interviewer.  Your answers will come not only from your life experiences, but also your attitude in general.  And your words will in a large part determine if you will or will not get that job. Continue Reading »

Published by Jerry Baysinger on 10 Apr 2015


When you walk into a dark room and flip the light switch, what do expect to happen? You don’t get all excited and jump up and down when the light comes on after you flip the switch, because you EXPECT the light to come on, because it’s supposed to.  You’re only surprised when the light DOESN’T come on, right?  How about when you put the key in the lock to your home, do you ask someone’s permission to open the door?  No?  Why not?  Because it is YOUR home, you own it, you have the right to be there.  Now think of the Bible in those same terms. Continue Reading »

Published by Jerry Baysinger on 03 Apr 2015


So many tell me they are waiting on God to do something for them.  For some, it is salvation for a loved one, for another it is lifting a financial burden or a healing, or some other pressing need.  But to each of them, my answer is always the same: You are not waiting for God, God is waiting for YOU.  That statement often rubs people the wrong way, because they may have been suffering for a very long time.  But whether it rubs them the wrong way or not, it is the TRUTH.  You know, telling someone the truth doesn’t always make them happy.  We have our own ways of doing things and it’s hard sometimes to see things any other way than our own way. Continue Reading »

Published by Jerry Baysinger on 27 Mar 2015


Throughout the Christian world, “Resurrection Day” is usually thought of as the day Christ Jesus was resurrected after being crucified.  But today I’d like to touch on a part of Resurrection Day that perhaps you have never considered: the day of YOUR resurrection from the dead. Continue Reading »

Published by Jerry Baysinger on 20 Mar 2015


Have you ever asked the LORD for something and received nothing?   Did you just think what you asked for “was not the LORD’S will”, and that’s why you didn’t get what you asked for? What does the Bible say about asking and receiving?  Today we will explore how to get prayers answered.  God DOES want to answer your prayers, but you knew that, right? Continue Reading »

Published by Jerry Baysinger on 13 Mar 2015


When you get your mail, and you have an envelope addressed to you personally, and another one addressed to “Occupant”, which one will you pay more attention to?  Obviously, the one addressed to “Occupant” will likely go into the trash can. Why? Because whoever sent the letter didn’t even go to the trouble to find out who you are, and they don’t care who you are either, for that matter, and whatever they are selling is for THEIR benefit, and not YOURS.  I don’t know about you, but I don’t even waste the time opening them, they go straight to the trash can. Continue Reading »

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