Luke 7 tells us the story of a woman who falls at Jesus’ feet and weeps.He is at a dinner party, and she comes in (uninvited) simply to worship her king.She weeps in adoration. She weeps in humility. She weeps as an act of worship. How often am I conscious of how others perceive myContinue reading “Weeping at Jesus’ Feet.”
I want to talk about quiet. Recently, I’ve had some trouble with my hips. They don’t agree with each other, pull in opposite directions, make my legs different lengths, and wreak havoc in my back. After a trip to the chiropractor, who explains that my hip and leg muscles are ridiculously tight and that thisContinue reading “What My Back Problems Are Teaching Me About Quiet.”
Faith, faith is hope in what we do not see. Faith is consistent belief. Faith is security and trust- it isstepping into entirely unknown places andbeing entirely certain that God knows where you are. Security and trust. Fully knowing and being fully blind, this this hope in what we do not see.
“What is mankind that you are mindful of them, human beings that you care for them?” PSALM 8:4 NIV So, what are your New Years resolutions? It’s a question I’m starting to hear more and more as we enter the new year. We each try to set goals and take direction for the next year.Continue reading “So, what are your New Years resolutions?”
I wrote this in February, after reading the account of Jesus (Mark 14 32:52) in the Garden of Gethsemane and haven’t gotten around to posting until now 🙂 Dear God, Tonight I’m reading about you, specifically in the garden of Gethsemane. And I saw something that I haven’t seen before: Jesus was overwhelmed. God, someContinue reading “You Get It.”