My Concrete Dove2 Timothy 1:7-8 For the Spirit God gave us does not make us timid, but gives us power, love and self-discipline. This blog is about my Christian walk. Join me for the adventure.
I’ve decided to praise not panic (Psalm 71:14).
So, make the most of these days as we pause our usual pace. Let’s use the time to develop new habits of human connection for tomorrow. And when it’s time to start up again, let’s do it with a renewed mindset.
I don’t typically post video or music links but this is special. I love watching young talented people make others smile. Let’s help these high school students spread hope today.
After reading, praying, and meditating over these verses something sweet happened. I began to string together, in my mind, certain phrases from these verses to create a song of praise that has kept me in a peaceful state of mind for days,
If you are struggling to see a clear path, maybe it’s because you’re not ready yet. Maybe God is still working out something in you or you are still holding on to something He’s telling you to let go of. Maybe you’re afraid to move forward without seeing the full picture.
Know this, you are here at this very moment because God loves you. He thought of you long before you arrived and continues to think of you every day (Psalm 139:16-17). God has a good and perfect will. Find out what it is and live in it.
Since reading this passage, I’ve often wondered about the significance of Straight Street in this story, as if it were a metaphor for Paul’s new path. The straight and narrow path Jesus put him on. Not an easy one, but one He embraced like the “zealot” he was at heart.
Psalm 46:10 "Cease striving and know that I am God; I will be exalted among the nations, I will be exalted in the earth." During the last three weeks, I’ve been trying to escape a terrible cold everyone around me seemed to have. At home, it started with my son, then...
This is a post for Five Minute Fridays Link-up. It’s a five-minute free write using the prompt provided by our host Kate Motaung. This week the prompt is TABLE. In Exodus 25:23-30 the author describes the table of showbread. A very special table, constructed to...
Pursuing God, really going after Him, seems like a daunting task. He’s God! All-knowing and all-seeing. Oh! One more thing, He’s everywhere at all times. If God is everywhere at all times, why would I pursue Him? He is already with me. Right? Ever ride public...