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.
The 5 Most Popular Posts of 2019
Thank you so much for joining me this year! As we get ready to start a New Year I took a look back at this year's most popular posts. If you're relatively new to my blog, here are a few "old favorites" that keep getting visitors: My Son Needed the Love of the Church. I … Continue reading The 5 Most Popular Posts of 2019
Getting Honest. Again.
"My Truth" Being honest about my feelings of loss last summer wasn’t the end of the story. As I’ve continued to reflect on those events and experiences, God has been highlighting for me that this kind of honesty is something He calls each of us to continually. This call requires us to be honest with … Continue reading Getting Honest. Again.
I’d finally been honest and stopped trying to put a brave face on it. My words weren’t pretty and I wasn’t gracious, but God had gifted me with understanding and compassion. In my mourning, He provided comfort.
Sitting in Silence
Sometimes we just need to sit silently, making room for God to speak into our lives and those of our loved ones.
Seeking God in the Rubble
At the end of the day Job didn't get the answers he wanted. God's presence is what made all the difference.