I am so guilty of looking at the cross as little more than a decoration that hangs at the front of my church.
What if God wants me to give my living to Him, not just my life?
The more aware I am of my own unworthiness, the more I understand the meaning of grace.
I want to take the lessons of sacrifice and of staying open to His leading that He has taught me, and I want to go.
Even when I’m so sure I know the destination God has in mind, I can’t always see the path from here to there.
God has been teaching me about faithfulness. I have always been one who likes my reward immediately. Delayed gratification? No thank you. Mostly what I want is instant success and a whole lot of people telling me how wonderful I am. You know, like how people were with Jesus when He was on earth. Oh, […]
You’re okay with walking, climbing, and maybe even running now and then. But leaping?
I am beginning to understand that knowing Jesus requires a whole-life identification with Him.
Just when you’re thinking that maybe you’re starting to get things just a little bit figured out, you turn the page of your Bible and WHAM! Reality check!
God’s Spirit in me is far more powerful than the strongest craving of my flesh. He teaches me to hunger and thirst for righteousness, to pant like a deer for the Most High God.