Published by Jerry Baysinger on 10 Feb 2017

GOOD NEWS!

Everywhere you look on the news channels, it’s one negative thing after another.  Is there any GOOD NEWS?  YES!  And I want to share that with you today. Continue Reading »

Published by Jerry Baysinger on 25 Nov 2016

When asking the LORD just now what I’m supposed to write, He said to me, “Just in time.”  Well, this is a particularly hard letter for me to write today, because we just returned home from a trip where we returned from ministering to a family in North Carolina whose son was in the hospital in ICU.  The family had been believing God for six years to heal their son, and there were prayer intercessors all over the country praying for this young man for months around the clock.  I made two trips out there and laid hands on him for healing, the first trip three weeks ago saw him rally and improve. But later he developed sepsis in his blood, organ failure and he died a couple days ago in spite of all our prayers.  And God has often healed people for me at the last possible moment.  But not this time, and He tells me write “JUST IN TIME”?  Why, LORD?  It makes no sense to me. Continue Reading »

Published by Jerry Baysinger on 20 May 2016

LIVING IN THE BLESSING

Have you ever noticed how some people just seem to be blessed no matter what is going on in the world around them?  Wouldn’t you like to be one of them?  Would you like to know how to make that happen?  Then you’re in the right place, because I’m going to tell you how, right now. Continue Reading »

Published by Jerry Baysinger on 25 Mar 2016

WHAT IS YOUR EXCUSE?

In John chapter five we can read about a man who was an invalid for thirty eight years. Now thirty eight years is a very long time to be suffering.  Over the years I’ve met many people who have been suffering from various infirmities, and there is one thing common among them: they all want to be well.  Now there are some who hold to the belief that they are suffering because God has given them a thorn in the flesh like the Apostle Paul dealt with.  Some actually believe they are sick because it gives glory to God, yet it is those who are constantly running to the doctor trying to get will.  But it seems rather strange to me that if sickness gives glory to God, why did the Lord Jesus go about HEALING the sick?  That would be a good one to explore today. Continue Reading »

Published by Jerry Baysinger on 15 May 2015

FOR BETTER OR FOR WORSE

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 »