July 31, 2014

Will You Be An Expensive Utensil?

Will You Be An Expensive Utensil?

Will You Be An Expensive Utensil?
Never Be Ashamed

Never Be Ashamed

Never Be Ashamed
What will people think?

What Will People Think?

What Will People Think?
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Will You Be An Expensive Utensil?

I've been reading 2 Timothy in depth the past week, and it is really speaking to me. This is what I believe to be the theme of chapter 2: Make yourself pure, so that you can be used by God! "And as Christ's soldier, do not let yourself become tied up in the affairs of this life, for they cannot … [Read More...]

Never Be Ashamed

I got out my old high school Bible this evening. You all remember high school don't you? Some of you wish you didn't. I was reading the first chapter of 2 Timothy and saw the following scripture highlighted: "For God has not given us a spirit of fear and timidity, but of power, love, and … [Read More...]

What Will People Think?

Being a child of God, I am constantly aware that I have an example to set. I feel this pressure even more having so many of you looking to my blogs for help. My witness at times can seem so fragile. What if I mess up, and everyone sees it? What if I say or do something, and it causes … [Read More...]

The Greatest One

Love God with all your heart, soul, mind and strength. And love your neighbor as yourself. Taken from Matthew 22:37ff Jesus sums up life with these two sentences. In the Old Testament people had so many laws. Have you actually read the OT? It’s got some of the craziest rules in it. Like don’t … [Read More...]

Though I Walk…

“Yea, though I walk through the valley of the shadow of death…” That’s an amazing Psalm. How many times have we said it or heard it somewhere? Yet in our troubling circumstances, does it come to mind? Many times in my life I have walked through dark and painful valleys. “…I will fear no evil...” … [Read More...]

Embrace Yourself

I'm quirky and obsessive at times, and I think about things that a lot of people don't. Specifically men, and in particular my husband. While I'm obsessively thinking about whether or not I locked the front door, rolled the car windows up or turned the fish tank light off, my husband is musing over … [Read More...]