“Give thanks to the Lord who alone does mighty miracles. His faithful love endures forever!” Psalm 136:4 God, I thank you for doctors and doctors’ reports, both good and bad, because I know you can and do use them to display your glory. Thank you for health and access to health care. Thank you
You’ve got this. You absolutely have what it takes to face whatever is before you. Be brave. Be bold. Be You. Miracles lie within you! “But you belong to God, my dear children. You have already won a victory…because the Spirit who lives in you is greater than the spirit who lives in
“You crown the year with a bountiful harvest; even the hard pathways overflow with abundance.” Psalm 65:11 Wow! What a promise—what a truth! God, I thank you that your bring harvest and abundance even out of our hardest pathways and darkest nights. I am truly and constantly amazed by your grace. Thank you. Thank you.
But giving thanks is a sacrifice that truly honors me. Psalm 50:23 (NLT) “I will give you praise, thanksgiving and honor in all my ways, in all my days. In every moment and season, I will rejoice in your faithfulness and goodness.” Journal excerpt from 7/12/2014 —————————————- This entry was penned at the beginning of
There are things to do… Things that you are uniquely and perfectly equipped to do. There are secret dreams in your heart. There are silent aspirations, deep yearnings, and passions tugging at your soul. You know the ones…those things you can’t shake no matter how hard you try. You know the topic that just ‘seems’
There is A first thing. Last week, I wrote a little bit about passion and how we can be passionate about the ordinary stuff in our lives. In that post I write: ““You must love the Lord your God with all your heart, all your soul, and all your mind.’ This is the first and greatest commandment.” (Matt 22:37-38)
People should be able to tell that I have spent time with Jesus when I am spending time with them! In their book Worship and Witness, authors David Wheeler and Vernon Whaley put it this way: “Our…relationships [should] reflect the depth, duration and quality of our worship of God.” They continue by saying, “Our daily actions toward
“Do it with passion or not at all.” These seem like hard words. They may even seem unreasonable. Yet, I think they are true. However, the meaning of these words could be easily misconstrued, because we don’t fully understand passion. Passion: a strong or extravagant fondness, enthusiasm, or desire for something. Antonym: apathy. Synonym: