Shifting our focus from self to God can be difficult on some days, okay most days. But when the lense is turned just enough to bring God clearly to the forefront, then we can begin to truly learn about Him.
The Resurrection 16 When the Sabbath was past, Mary Magdalene, Mary the mother of James, and Salome bought spices, so that they might go and anoint him. 2 And very early on the first day of the week, when the sun had risen, they went to the tomb. 3 And they were...
To help keep patience activated, let’s remember how patient God is with us and thank Him.
Are there areas of your life that have become way too important? More important than you ever planned? I mean really reflect on what you reflect on most. You may not like what you find but don’t be afraid to look anyway.
There’s something new happening–I’m not freaking out. This has been frustrating but not debilitating, confusing but not chaotic (2 Cor. 4:8-12). So, I will worship and not worry. There are reasons for my roadblocks. Who knows, I may even be the culprit.
On the other side of this pandemic, we may all live life differently. I hope that’s true. That our priorities shift toward Jesus. That many are drawn to Him and stay near Him into eternity.
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,