Category: Devotional

Who Am I In Christ? #7 – His Vessel

I am His Vessel The first question I used to ask was what’s the difference between this example of who we are in Christ – a vessel – and the last, a temple. Last time you saw how we become a temple when Christ… Continue Reading “Who Am I In Christ? #7 – His Vessel”

Who I Am In Christ #6

Who Am I In Christ #5

I am His temple What a perfect reminder for the Daniel Fast I’ll be starting on Sunday.  I have to chuckle at the way the Lord speaks to me in this verse: 1Cor. 3:16 Do you not know that you are a temple of… Continue Reading “Who Am I In Christ #5”

Desperately

Oh Lord, how desperately I long for your presence and covering for the concerns of my heart today.  I ask myself how is it that I don’t have this intensity daily, that it seems driven by challenge, weakness, the feeling of being crushed.  I… Continue Reading “Desperately”

Don’t Let Me Miss the Glory…

Since my AMD (Age-related Macular Degeneration) diagnosis, I’ve been reading all I can find on the topic.  I’ve found some great advice on slowing the progression with vitamins and a high Omega 3 diet.  And I find hope that the doctor does not know… Continue Reading “Don’t Let Me Miss the Glory…”

Do I Really Mean It?

This living like Lazarus experiment has me thinking.   When I read some of the blogs, I thought “Oh, be spontaneous – all I have to do is live like myself!”  But as I dug deeper, I’m re-evaluating that statement. Why?  Well, Lazarus probably wasn’t… Continue Reading “Do I Really Mean It?”

Live like Lazarus

The project has begun.  40 days of spontaneous new-life adventures.  It’s interesting that the first three days entries have focused primarily on two things – showing love and worshiping through nature.  It’s difficult imagining the first 48 or so hours of a brought-back-to-life response… Continue Reading “Live like Lazarus”

Choosing my Race

Abel ran the race of sacrifice Enoch ran the race of life Noah ran the race of testimony Moses ran the race of endurance What is my race?  Some family and friends would say it is to see how much of life I can… Continue Reading “Choosing my Race”

A life of conviction

Everyone lives a life of conviction. Whatever we give our greatest time, our greatest energies, and our greatest resources to is a good indication of where our convictions lie. (The quote is by Os Hillman – TGIF devotionals.) This thought provoking quote reminded me… Continue Reading “A life of conviction”

Old Stuff Day

Today is Old Stuff Day – the premise of this weird holiday is to break out from doing the same old stuff and do a new thing! I was surprised to find this interesting passage about old stuff in Leviticus 26: ‘So I will… Continue Reading “Old Stuff Day”

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