Archives For 7th day

1 Reminder to Cling to Today

Margaret —  November 24, 2013 — 1 Comment

Redeem, Restore, Renew

Wrestling with the hard questions of faith forces us to open our eyes to God in unexpected ways. We begin seeing God move in ways we never dreamed. We catch glimpses of God in impossible situations. Continue Reading...

The Family of God

As wondrous children of God, our relationships with other people also change. Those who also choose to follow Jesus are now our brothers and sisters. They may be much younger or older, they may live in our neighborhoods or in another country, they may speak our language or a distant dialect, but together we are part God’s family. We are able to have fellowship with God and each other.   Continue Reading...

1 Truth That God Loves

The journey to know the Organic God calls me out of a self-absorbed and self-reliant view of reality. God invites me into something more.

He invites me into his love. Not just his big, thick, strong-armed love, the kind that redeems the world, but into all of what God loves. Scriptually, some of those things are fairly obvious. Peace is good. Strife is bad. Purity is good. Adultery is bad. Truth is good. Liars, well, let’s just say they’re real bad. Continue Reading...

How to Live Free

Margaret —  October 27, 2013 — 1 Comment

Find Freedom in Forgiveness

Forgiveness is one of the greatest gifts God gives us. A friend of mine once stumbled on a sign that read:

If we had needed healing, God would have sent a Physician.

If we had needed knowledge, God would have sent an Educator.

If we had needed information, God would have sent a Scientist.

If we had needed money, God would have sent a Banker.

Because we needed forgiveness, God sent a Savior. Continue Reading...

How to Find Joy Today

Margaret —  October 20, 2013 — 2 Comments

How to Find Joy Today

The Bible isn’t a compilation of good ideas or religious ingenuity; its origin is rooted in God. This is His book and His story. God uses the Bible to reveal Himself to us, even today[Tweet this] Continue Reading...