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God Uses Our Ordinary Days

God Uses Our Ordinary Days

God uses our everyday routines. Our ordinary days are not wasted. When we’re faithful and consistent, God can depend on our availability.

Take My Life, Lord

christ revealed through spirit

I was so excited! God had used me and it felt great! I wanted more of these moments and wanted others to have them too. So I said “Take my life and use it.”

Is Scripture Inspired or Inspiring?

scripture is inspired

If humans collected the books of the New Testament why do Christians claim that Scripture is inspired by the Holy Spirit? How were books included or omitted?

Lord, Give Me Eyes to See

eyes to see ears to hear

We’re often so comfortable with the status quo that we don’t have eyes to see what needs correcting. Admitting our errors requires humility. Change is hard. God knows.

Jesus’ Command Is This: Love Each Other

Love One Another as I have loved you

We can summarize the whole Bible into one word: Love. Love on another as Jesus loved. Of course, we need to know Jesus in order to love others like Him.

It Starts with Me – I Am Racist

reflection of God

I’m trying to comprehend the black experience. How can a white woman who follows Jesus make a difference? Examine my own thoughts.

Groundhog Day is Biblical

Ecclesiastes

The pandemic stripped away the control we had over life. But were we really in control? Are we better positioned to give God control?

The Golden Rule for Reopening after COVID-19

Golden Rule of Love

How can we apply the Golden Rule as we reopen the world after COVID-19? Let’s step into the other’s shoes and love them like ourselves.

Have We Learned to Obey During Covid-19?

Obey Covid-19 rules

We’ve learned that the Covid-19 restrictions are in our best interest. Could our obedience during the pandemic help us obey the teachings of Jesus?

Are You Feeling Stuck Inside?

stuck at home

We’re feeling stuck inside during COVID-19 which helps us understand Noah’s safety inside the ark with family, animals, and a promise. Is there hope?

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Each post is a brief scriptural thought that will grow as you let it take root in your thoughts.  If you have time, dig into one area of interest and plant a whole garden.
Each post is a brief scriptural thought that will grow as you let it take root in your thoughts. If you have time, dig into one area of interest and plant a whole garden.

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