I found that as I slowed down and focused on my relationship with God during Lent, He worked in my heart in some amazing ways. Out of this season of reflection and penitence came a deeper and more profound understanding of "the good times."
No matter your circumstances today, I pray that you may celebrate the birth of our risen and coming King with expectant hope. May you have a Blessed and Merry Christmas!
As we start the third week of Advent, I hope you'll join me in praying through today's Advent reading in Isaiah from the Book of Common Prayer.
As we start the second week of Advent, I hope you'll join me in praying through today's psalm from the Advent readings in the Book of Common Prayer.
Over the next several weeks I will be praying through a number of the Advent readings from the Book of Common Prayer. I hope you'll join me!
This is a re-post of my Praying Scripture post last year, but I'm praying it again today. Will you join me? 1 Out of the depths I cry to you, LORD;2 Lord, hear my voice. Let your ears be attentive to my cry for mercy.3 If you, LORD, kept a record of sins, Lord, who could stand?4 But … Continue reading Praying Scripture – 2/17/2021 – Ash Wednesday
Meditating on God's work in creation holds the potential to remove ourselves from being the source of wisdom, judgment, and value that is often our focus in our post-Fall world, pointing us instead to the Father Almighty who took up his rule on the seventh day.
I guess I shouldn't be surprised, but God had other plans.
Teach me Your ways, Father.
The heavens declare the glory of God.