The day before the start of Lent on Ash Wednesday. As you enjoy making ,and eating, your pancakes, always remember the grace and faithfulness of Christ! As we give up something for God this Lent, let us not forget all the He gave for our sake- the redemption of our souls and reconciliation in Christ.
Our words have power and it’s important that we choose them wisely. The things we say can either lift or break the spirit of others, as well as impact how they perceive their situation. Particularly during these unsettling times, we are called to speak words of life and not make thoughtless, inconsiderate remarks: Proverbs 15:4 “GentleContinue reading “Thoughtless Words”
Have you ever found yourself struggling with God for His throne? Have you ever felt like you want to place yourself in His position as the ultimate decision maker and judge, because you disapprove of His Will and plan for your life? With the current lockdown, it can be easy to play tug-of-war with Christ.Continue reading “Tug of War”
I’ve been asking this question a lot lately. Why should I live by faith every day? Am I even loved? Why should my life have Jesus written all over it? What’s the point? We are representing Jesus because of who He is- our sacrificial lamb who paid the price for all our sins when heContinue reading “What’s the Point?”
Jesus was always thinking ahead- For His people, His mission and His message. A prominent example of this relieving truth lies in the Book of Luke: ‘For I will give you a mouth and wisdom, which none of your adversaries will be able to withstand or contradict.’ Luke 21:15 The Lord was speaking here ofContinue reading “Thinking Ahead”
We give thanks to God. The end of a very challenging year only leaves us to praise and glorify our Creator for His steadfast love. He has built us with courage and boldness to face any situation with wisdom, truth and a heart filled with Jesus. As we step into 2021, I wish everyone aContinue reading “Happy New Year”