When we sit back and truly contemplate all that we are, we cannot help but be mesmerized.
In the Scriptures we see many different types of relationships between man and woman, beginning of course with the story of Adam and Eve.
How long? This is the eternal human cry. Waiting on God is one of the greatest challenges every believer faces.
Once we have given our lives to God, we can reach out to God in humility in the times that are the darkest and find light.
God granted humankind dominion over the earth at the time of the creation (Gen 3). What does this mean?
We have the opportunity to participate in the field of Divine creativity each and every day. God is constantly reaching towards us (laying the beams of his chambers).
Joy is more than an emotion; it is an energy that radiates from your whole being. You cannot be partially joyful; it is an all or nothing proposition.
Most of us are blessed with grace filled moments in which we recognize that all of the blessings of our lives are not because of anything that we have done to deserve them (who has kept us among the living and has not let our feet slip).
As we walk along our spiritual path, our lives and experiences move in cycles. Initially, there is a time of rapid advancement in which we have a lot of activity going on and our progress feels very real and measurable.
Green is term we use to describe those who are inexperienced and childlike in understanding. But “green-ness” is critical to a fresh perspective and new understanding.
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