It’s taken a while to read and finish this book. I’ve shared an excerpt from it. I’ve also made reference to how it made me think about some things. I will be doing a review of it soon. What “spiritual” book have you read or are you reading that’s challenging you in your walk?
My view after worship gathering with the Church today. Somehow I always have a different perspective on the same thing after “encounter” with God in worship and listening to His word. Interacting with the Church i.e. other Christ-followers also helps. Sometimes I don’t “feel like it” but I’m grateful that God allows me to […]
Jonah’s story, the one in the Bible, starts with God’s word “coming” to Jonah (Jonah 1:1). (This is one of those moments my head says, “Whatever that means”). God reaches and speaks to us differently at different times, as different people. God sends us. How humbling. Related: ME | What The Assignments God Gives Reveal […]
I always hear preachers talking about the fear mentioned here having more to do with reverence than being scared. I think they may be onto something, although part of me feels… I don’t know… In that case, having reverence for God in itself will guide us. It means we’re not driven by what we […]
This is so funny. Well not hilarious funny but the other one. It’s funny how I sometimes push for bargains with God, you know, try to get Him to bend His will to mine. Sometimes I try to reduce what God requires of me by making excuses. But Moses also had excuses for not […]
It is not always easy being vulnerable about struggles with myself in relating to God and what He expects of me. I wish I was super spiritual. The thing is, growing up as a Christian there were times I was made to believe that the more you matured spiritually the less you struggled with stuff. […]
I love moments when I look up and just feel small. They remind me how small and frail I am. That I am not the center as I sometimes believe or want to be be. They remind me that God is not as small as I sometimes make Him to be. These moments remind […]
. It’s not that I don’t love God I do. It’s just that sometimes I pursue the hunger of other things at the expense of pursuing Him. I’m ashamed that sometimes I “feed” other hungers and not the one for God. I’m desperate to want to want God so badly. For deep draughts of God […]
Clouds gathering. Hopefully the much needed rain comes. Just a needed reminder. I’m grateful for how God always challenges my despair with His life giving hope. Hold fast.
Half our fears arise from neglect of the Bible – Spurgeon — Charles Spurgeon (@Spurgeon_) September 27, 2013 This tweet was so on point, mainly because one of the post, The Notifications that touched something along these lines. So true. “God is a mighty, wonderful adversary: He tries to save all the people trying to […]