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Oswald Chambers, in My Utmost for His Highest, for November 14 Beware of being obsessed with consistency to your own convictions instead of being devoted to God….There was never a more inconsistent being on this earth than our Lord, but He was never inconsistent with His Father. The important consistency in a saint is not
I guess that the topic of Listening is really not bringing me a lot to talk about. 🙂 I’m still not great at it. It takes a lot more work than I expected. Active listening, especially. But it’s a worthwhile endeavor, so I continue. One of the things I will be practicing this week is
I am restarting my participation in the Gratitude Community. It seems a fitting parallel with my November’s focus on Listening — taking note of things I hear and ways I am blessed. And so I begin… The sound of my guys in the house…one counting over the monitor, the other yawning in his study. Contentment.
And my God shall supply every need of yours according to His riches in glory… – Phil 4:19 …Cherish need because it is part of our relationship to God and His Universe. God has planned to meet our every need, has created the need within us, so God can supply…. – The Language of Letting
I have owned several copies of Oswald Chambers’ book, “My Utmost for His Highest”. He seemed to be so legalistic, expecting more performance than I could ever muster. But then a friend tweeted and posted a FB request that everyone read a particular entry. I did. And I’m hooked. I will note that I have
I’ve signed up for NaBloPoMo for the month of November. There’s no assigned theme for November, so I will be focusing on “listening”. Ultimately, it will be listening for God’s voice in my life, and taking note of anything that I find worth sharing. One of the spin-off benefits I hope to see is the
I was challenged yesterday, by Nate of ItStartsWith.Us, to take note of my top 5 goals in life. I had to chew on it for a while, but following his two-word framework, here’s what I’ve come up with: 1. Be genuine 2. Listen carefully 3. Love always 4. Organize stuff 5. Enjoy now If you
I’ve moved the Menu Plan Monday posts to my recipe blog. This week’s meal plan is now up! Toodles.