“The yearning to know what cannot be known, to comprehend the incomprehensible, to touch and taste the unapproachable, arises from the image of God in the nature of man. Deep calleth unto deep, and though polluted and landlocked by the mighty disaster theologians call the Fall, the soul senses its origin and longs to return… Read More Deep Calls to Deep
As a passionate, Jesus loving believer, I have prayed the prayer over and over in my life to know Jesus more. As a young twenty-something, when I first came to a personal relationship with Jesus, my greatest heart desire was established to grow in my relationship with Jesus. Spending time in extended worship, lifting my… Read More Growing Deeper with Jesus
Have you ever put yourself on a time-out? I have, and to be honest, I had to do this the other day. See, life and circumstances can bring out the yuckiness in each of us. This past week has been a doozy for me. As I was getting a massage for some chronic back, leg,… Read More Whoa…I Need a Time-Out!
I don’t know about you, but there are times I want to shut the noise down that is happening all around me. I’ve realized it’s sensory overload, and sitting in quiet is what I need emotionally, mentally, and spiritually. Right now, off in the distance, I hear the hammering and noise associated with my husband… Read More Shhhh…I Can’t Think
Have you ever said to yourself, “Wait, not this again? (insert heavy sigh) God, I’ve already been through this, why is this happening again?” I’ve been there, friend. Maybe you are there right now. In the bible, David, after he was anointed king, but before he was officially put into the position, fled to the wilderness. King… Read More Wait, Not This Again
Joy. We often refer to joy as an emotion, but it is also an action. In the Psalms, the psalmist reminds us to be joyful in our worship of God. Sing, dance, play instruments in all seasons, and be filled with joy and devotion to our God. Their words motivate us to express our love,… Read More Joy in the Wilderness