January 19, 2017
Bible Reading,Book of John,Faith,Family
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Control robs us of curiosity and puts a ceiling on our allowance of God’s possibility in our lives.
God invites our questions and pleadings rather than our despair and silence.
I’ve got no idea who went ahead and pulled out a Sharpie marker and circled a bunch of dates on the calendar, but there it is, dates with Sharpie ink…
Nothing can mislead us or make us jump the gun faster than fear.
God saved me from this world and from myself through the grip of a child.
The great promise has always been, not that we would go to live with God, but that God would come to make His home with us.
Having a limited capacity is not a flaw in my character. It is by glorious design and for an incredible purpose: to realize my need for Him.
Dear Kid — and dear you trying to be brave and face hard things: I know it seems the unbelievable impossible— but really — it’s going to happen one day…
Christ’s inner presence gave an ability to move in quiet strength as I faced multiple decisions and interactions.
I let go of the part of me that pretends to be perfect, the part that keeps missing the point of the cross—which is redemption.
We only enter into the full life — into sozo — if our faith gives thanks.
Purposing to change happens where prayer meets perseverance.
Ultimately, what seems like futile work that’s taking an eternity today — is exactly what may make the most difference in eternity.
Thanksgiving in all things accepts the deep mystery of God through everything.
Let’s talk — I’d love for us to get to know each other…
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