Hey it’s another blog post thingies from me, abidinglife. You know that funny weird guy from New Zealand…Well yeah I’m back from my badminton game, pretty disappointing playing from me. I didn’t play very good and I get so angry. I just took a break from badminton over summer and I come back and I play really bad. It’s crazy, I guess what I can learn from this is that when we take a holiday from God, we lose so much we have worked for.
You know, I have realized something. I trust
I just got done watching Evan Almighty and near the end of the movie Evan says, “I fought you all the way”
Isn’t it a blessing to be able to say this to Jesus at your reward!!
Instead of hearing Jesus say, “// I do not know you //” (Luke 13:27)
The color of trust is really no color at all. It is transparent...so others can see thru.
No matter our station or calling our life must not boast in theory, but be poured out in life as Christ's redeemed.
We were under great pressure so that we despaired even of life...
But this happened that we might not rely on ourselved but on God, who raises the dead.
Pressed beyond measure; yes, pressed to great length;
The other day I had the privilege of holding my son during worship in our Sunday evening service. I used to hold him regularly during worship at our former church, but, since moving to pastor our own I have been leading most of it myself and wasn’t able to hold him. It was such a delight! At times he would lean his head into me so that his ear was up against my mouth. I’m not the most talented singer, but, my year and a half old son doesn’t care—he’s my biggest fan. At one point he began just
I love the story of Joshua! He goes from being Moses' Administrative Assistant—they don't like to be called secretaries anymore and don’t call them one or they'll shred your messages—to becoming the new leader of Israel and immediately being thrust into the most important time in Israel's history: entering the Promised Land. In today’s culture Joshua would have easily been on the cover of Forbes magazine. He was the hot new CEO who not only could get it done in the board room, but he could