In a recent conversation, my teacher-friend mentioned how the school system has recognized the need to teach kindness to the kids. Over the years, it’s been forgotten and kids are not as kind. They make fun of […]
Sue Allen wrote a new post, What does it mean that God is the God of all comfort?, on the site Godinterest Magazine 1 year, 3 months ago
I crave comfort. I like chicken and dumplings, biscuits and gravy, chocolate chip cookie dough, latte’s and smoothies, and my grandmother’s strawberry shortcake in the summertime. I like to feel like the energizer […]
Anyone who says the Christian life is unadventurous hasn’t hung out much with the Apostle Paul. You can feel the tension rising as he goes to bat for the things Jesus has done in his life. You can hear him […]
To be fair, anyone who says the Christian life IS adventurous also hasn’t hung out much with the Apostle Paul. :)
Good point. I mean hanging out with him in Scripture. I always like to jump into the text, put myself in the story, and find relevancy for today. Have a good one!
“People who will humbly take a stand, regardless of the fallout. People who are fearless faith-walkers to defend the truth.”
I couldn’t find a “love button” for this blog! This was such a great post!!!!! #AMEN 🙌🏻❤️
I’m so glad it blessed you!
I have so much more to learn from the Apostle Paul. I hope to be a trailblazer too and love people like he did.
No one is exempt. Every single one of us has a calling from the Lord. We have a purpose for our time here on earth. We have an assignment from God.
In 2 Cor. 9:1-5, we see Paul’s continued dedication to the […]
You have a very good article there concerning the Corinthians. He wrote this letter because they had hard hearts and did not believe in the resurrection of Christ. He was writing to the gentiles that spoke like they walked with Christ. It was their inward heart that betrayed them. They indulge in their own vices and ignored the plight of the oppression by the Romans. The poor were plentiful during that time in the 1st century. The widow, orphan and the downtrodden. He was trying to bring them back to Christ who rose from the dead years early. Very good article . Say your prayers for knowledge and wisdom.
Sue Allen wrote a new post, When You Think of the Word Home, Does Jesus Come to Mind?, on the site Godinterest Magazine 1 year, 4 months ago
There is this certain sense of belonging, wanting to be known that lives inside each of us. We want the familiar state of being in a place where we feel safe, loved, and adored. For many, our memories are thrown […]
In the economic downturn of 2008, my husband and I lost a home. In the grief I sensed Jesus whisper to me heart, “I am your home.” He truly is, and it took losing my physical home to really know that. Thanks for sharing.
Oh Carole, thank you so much for sharing! I went through a similar experience with a hurricane in Houston. Sometimes it is in the “loss” that we are “found”. I love how Jesus spoke to you during this time.
As I glance down at my bathroom vanity this morning, various perfume bottles catch my eye. Appearing in all different shapes and sizes, each one individually uniquely designed. And although the bottles are quite […]
I can count on one thing – my overzealous, furry, abundantly large and often soaking – wet black lab is always excited to see me when I walk through the door. She often greets me and my guests with not one, but a […]