Actually, I read this last night. I’m still in the middle of Believing God, by Beth Moore. This is from her chapter on “Believing God Can Sanctify Your Mouth.” Yesterday was a really trying day at work and I was not the most kind or loving in my responses to my coworkers. At the time
I just read a comment Kari made on Everyday Mommy’s blog in which she included this quote: “Can any of us say we know how to pray? Many books have been written on prayer, some of them helpful. For a time I was absorbed in reading books about prayer. But in the end I discovered
Taking FlyLady’s example, I’ve decided to list a few of my favorite Thanksgiving things: That perfect single bite that contains a juicy piece of turkey, my mom’s gravy and some cranberry jelly. Pumpkin pie with homemade whipped cream Mom’s FriChik stuffing Hours of family time with no thought of work The Wednesday night before –
Halos, by Kristen Heitzmann Content: 3Writing Style: 5Re-readability: 4 Overall, this was an enjoyable book to read. For me, Christian Fiction is the best kind of brain candy. It’s guilt-free entertainment. Content – One of the things I like about some Christian Fiction writers (Francine Rivers, Dee Henderson) is their ability to weave examples of
Psalm 9:9-10 – The Lord is a shelter for the oppressed, a refuge in times of trouble. Those who know your name trust in you, for you, O Lord, have never abandoned anyone who searches for you.
Since I put a stats counter on my site just for fun, I have been led a little more obscurely through blogland. Today I found the blog of an Army Chaplain who is currently stationed in Iraq. I haven’t read a whole lot of it so far, but he shared a quote from Dag Hammarskjold,
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Ezekiel 11:19-20 – And I will give them singleness of heart and put a new spirit within them. I will take away their hearts of stone and give them tender hearts instead, so they will obey my laws and regulations. Then they will truly be my people, and I will be their God. Singleness of
My verse of learning today: 1 Corinthians 11:20-22 – 20 When you meet together, you are not really interested in the Lord’s Supper. 21 For some of you hurry to eat your own meal without sharing with others. As a result, some go hungry while others get drunk. 22 What? Don’t you have your own