Linda Graf is the author of Bitter Truth: My story of Bitterness, Grace and Repentance. It tells the story of her battle with bitterness and anger, ultimately resulting in forgiveness and joy. She and her husband David have been involved in music ministry for the past 28 years, and since 1999 she has been on staff at Front Range Alliance Church as the Worship Ministries Director. She loves ministering to women and longs for them to understand and believe that they can break free from sinful behaviors and habits through the power of the Holy Spirit. Linda enjoys sharing her testimony of repentance and healing from bitterness through writing and speaking to groups.
I’m reading through 2 Kings in my annual Bible reading plan. It’s a history book, a listing of Israel’s kings and the good and bad things they did. Many of Israel and Judah’s kings were evil, but there were a few who acted rightly. Scripture, however, always qualifies their behavior as not being fully righteous like King David. Why? Because they didn’t go all the way in repentance. They may have taken some steps toRead More
I’m not normally a fearful person or a worrier. Doing anything new causes a certain amount of uncertainty in me, and I suffer some angst when I don’t know what the future holds, but no more than I believe most people feel. But because of my recent surgery, my body isn’t as reliable as it normally is. I tire quickly and sometimes can’t do things I could normally do with little thought or effort. AndRead More
I have had pain on my mind quite a bit. I haven’t posted lately because three weeks ago I had knee replacement surgery which has necessarily caused pain to be my fairly constant companion. Before I went to the hospital I asked the Lord to help me. My desire was to be a blessing to each medical person I encountered. I believe he answered that prayer and it was made easier by the terrific attentionRead More