Overshadowed by the Most High New Year’s Eve Sunset “…The power of the Highest shall overshadow thee… Luke 1:35 Clouds A cloud in its literal form of vapor mass will often cover a large area of the sky in our view. A cloud in the figurative form of trouble will at some point overshadow our Read More
Another year of new mercies… Not a day goes by that I do not need the tender mercies of my Lord. As I reflect over my years of life, I live and move and have my being by His tender mercy – mercies new every morning. Since I placed my faith in the blood of Read More
As I went to open the glass door, I noticed he is almost as tall as I am. I smiled and looked into his bright eyes as I opened the door. My thoughts raced ahead in time- this is a soon-to-be young man. In the time it took to open the door, I wondered what Read More
Life-Bearers 《 “We have to receive the life of Christ ourselves before we can live it. We have to live it before we can give it to others.” 》 《 “We are meant to be chalices, life-bearers. As God’s expression of what He is like, we become broken bread and poured out wine. There is Read More
“Whatever is in the well of your heart will show up in the bucket of your speech.” -Anonymous “For as he thinketh in his heart, so is he: Eat and drink, saith he to thee; but his heart is not with thee.” -Proverbs 23:7 “Finally, brethren, whatsoever things are true, whatsoever things are honest, whatsoever Read More
Sometimes, faithfully nurturing relationships with the people God has entrusted specifically to our care gets mundane. The seemingly menial task of filling a can with water and taking it to each plant regularly is vital to healthy growth. If we do not intentionally water and edify, relationships begin to wilt.
Our lives as Christian women can be compared to a watering can – a vessel filled with the Holy Spirit, pouring out the Water of the Word to encourage growth and speak life to others.
“In the multitude of my thoughts within me thy comforts delight my soul.” -Psalm 94:19 This morning, I awoke with a “multitude of MY thoughts.” Picture a whirlwind, swirling many thoughts of the day ahead, thoughts of burdens of those I love, thoughts of my own insufficiency, thoughts of special events planned, etc… Before my Read More
“It will not be wrong, but, on the contrary, most natural and proper, that your desire for the salvation of others should, first of all, rest upon your own families. If charity begins at home, so, assuredly, piety will. They have special claims upon us who gather around our table and our hearth. God has Read More
“It is not hard for the Lord to turn night into day. He that sends the clouds can as easily clear the skies. Let us be of good cheer. It is better farther on. Let us sing Hallelujah by anticipation.” -C.H. Spurgeon
There are no shortcuts to friendship… with God or with others. “No shortcut exists. God has not bowed to our nervous haste nor embraced the methods of our machine age. It is well that we accept the hard truth now: The man who would know God must give time to Him. He must count no time wasted which is spent in the cultivation of His acquaintance.