One of the notions I’ve recently been stewing over is the idea that we best honour God by agreeing with Him about the Truth. If He says it, it’s true.
Jour 1: Le Saint-Esprit est là, tout près de vous Jésus a dit : “Et moi, je prierai le Père, et il vous donnera un autre consolateur, afin qu’il demeure éternellement avec vous, l’Esprit de vérité, que le monde ne peut recevoir, parce qu’il ne le voit point et ne le connaît point ; mais vous,Continue reading “7 jours pour se laisser guider par le Saint-Esprit”
Originally posted on Run With It:
There are a lot of people these days who are “cherry picking” scriptures which support their lifestyle choices, while they often ignore the context, as a whole, from which those scriptures are drawn. This first verse here in Romans 8 is one of those scriptures. For, these people assume…
[For my determined purpose is] that I may know Him [that I may progressively become more deeply and intimately acquainted with Him, perceiving and recognizing and understanding the wonders of His Person more strongly and more clearly], and that I may in that same way come to know the power outflowing from His resurrection [whichContinue reading “je cours”
rejoice || wilderness a well in the wasteland. There are times in life where we’re “stuck” in the in-between. One of the toughest lessons I’ve had to learn, is to actively wait while I’m in the in-between. As Westerners, we’re conditioned to be time-conscious — not to waste time, but to save it and stewardContinue reading “rejoice in the wilderness”
“I was once young, and now I am old, but not once have I been witness to God’s failure to supply my need when I had first given for the furtherance of His work. He has never failed in His promise, so I cannot fail in my service to Him.” William Carey1761-1834; British missionary toContinue reading “seed for sowing”
“The world asks, ‘what does a man own?’ Christ asks, ‘how does he do it?’” Andrew Murray1828 – 1917South African pastor and author When Moses led the Hebrews out of Egypt, they left with all the wealth of Egypt and disappeared into the desert with it. Why did God place a great wealth into theContinue reading “the purpose of wealth”
How did this great multitude get there? Someone went, someone was sent, someone was finances, and someone had been praying. They got there because Jesus died for their sins, and charged His faithful followers to go to the ends of the earth. Someone plowed. Someone seeded the fertile soil. Someone tended the field. Someone willContinue reading “every tribe and tongue”
“We must be global Christians with a global vision, because our God is a global God.” – John Scott, 1921British Pastor and Evangelical leader Recognizing God’s appeal in this vision, Paul’s ministry took a drastic turn and he went to Macedonia. Vision turns us toward the purposes of God, and for some, this heavenly touchContinue reading “vision for the harvest”
Three years ago, my friend Sanet told me, “Aligning yourself with Holy Spirit is more important than aligning yourself with offense,” and it still resonates within me — when we choose to align with Holy Spirit, and allow Him to renew our thoughts and hearts, offense becomes a matter of little importance as we learnContinue reading “Christian Compassion”
compassion calls you out of the boat, beyond your self-imposed limitations, beyond your comfort zone, into the uncharted waters where the glory of God dwells.
Originally posted on firechronicles:
In 2010 I had a dream in which I was standing on a balcony, and I was browsing through the stars in much the same way that you would browse through Google Sky Maps. I remember that the galaxies I saw before me seemed thick and soupy and I couldn’t resist…