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.
Just suppose, if you are not a believer and today you decided to accept Jesus Christ as your Lord and Savior. What could happen?
Day 5 of the Write 28 Days Blogging Challenge . Participants choose a category, in which to concentrate throughout the challenge and the host provides a daily writing prompt. The prompt for today is NIGHT. 2 Timothy 1:7 God did not give us a spirit that makes us...
Being a wife and caregiver is a harder balancing act than being at the top of any org chart and you don’t need an MBA to do it.
You can have Spirit fueled command of your own thoughts, and fearlessly glide through your circumstances, no matter what they are.
As believers, we have the Holy Spirit living on the inside of us so we have nothing to fear, but sometimes we forget that. Fear takes over and we begin to doubt ourselves. That’s exactly what the enemy wants. I think fear is his most effective tool.
Simmering in Scripture Fearlessly A Devotional Collection Exploring 2 Timothy 1:7 It's February 5, 2019. Today, I'm joining the Write 28 Days Blogging Challenge a few days late but welcomed by a gracious host, Anita Ojeda. Participants choose a category, in which to...
Whatever it is, trust God to take you there. To the other side, into His promises. Every journey worth taking has it’s challenges, so don’t be discouraged when they show up. Don’t fear the in-between (2 Tim 1:7), its a where we need to pass through.
It’s not always convenient to pull out your actual bible, to flip to that special verse, to look for that needed Word. Google is great for that, but convenience isn’t always what it’s cracked up to be.
So, I looked up influence and found the list of synonyms includes power. That immediately brought my go to verse to mind, 2 Timothy 1:7. I’ve read the passage many times but today, as God does, the word was made fresh.
This one took me right into the rabbit hole. I went on a verse search, found three that really spoke to me, and had to jump in.