As we mentioned yesterday, God is a god who does not change. He is constant. He is steady. He is not surprised. However, often I find myself worried that God doesn’t know something is happening. Did He just change His mind on a whim today, and decide today would be a good day for me
It’s that time of year…the stores have all decided to ignore Thanksgiving, and move right onto Christmas. It’s the “Gift-giving” season! If you are like me, you are starting to think about who all you need to get gifts for, and what to get them. There are some gifts that I don’t stress too much
Lately, I’ve found myself with this desire to share the Gospel, but this sin of laziness has competed with it. I find myself busying myself with other things, or telling myself we are just in a busy season right now, and I’ll get back to it at some point. The truth is that I haven’t
Every few years, I find myself challenged to think about my giving. I struggle opening up my hands once again, and trusting for Him to provide. This might be through some big bill that we receive, or something breaking. Sometimes it’s because I feel called to give to someone or some organization. I find myself
Sometimes in the midst of chaotic weeks, we just need to sit, be still, and remember who God is, and where He’s working. This week, fall has finally truly arrived, and the trees are starting to look a little like this: Sometimes it takes my breath away to remind me that God created all these
Recently, my lead pastor was talking about faith, and he mentioned how we are all gamblers, whether we acknowledge it or not. We gamble based on what we believe. If we believe in God, then we are trusting in Him for everything. If we don’t, we believe often in ourselves, or our own will power.
I am like my father in so many ways…my dislike of change, the way I overanalyze when making decisions and most of all my sweet tooth. I love sweets, and for the longest time, one of the few reasons I really worked out if I was honest was so that I could eat more sweets,