As obedient children, do not be conformed to the passions of your former ignorance, but as He who called you is holy, you also be holy in all your conduct 1 Peter 1:14-15 Then I heard the voice of the Lord saying, “Whom shall I send? And who will go for us?” And I said,…
Our bodies are designed to heal external wounds such as a scrap or a broken bone. But what about much deeper wounds? Our internal wounds may need more attention. The only way to heal our internal wounds and to fully heal spiritually is through Jesus. The healing process can take days, months, or even years. It is all in God’s timing.
In this extended waiting time, a season of waiting, it is important to be still and content.
What fools we are to ignore the God-given glorious blessings we have for man-made prettied up curses that do way more harm than good.
We will experience sadness and pain and despair in this life, but God does not leave us there. He lovingly gave us a helper, who gently picks His children up and holds them when they are hurting.
When I was younger, I used Jesus like a savings account (a “Savior Account”?) – something in place for a rainy day, but unused for months or years at a time.
Today we are going to talk about fruit and storms. Specifically about where Jesus says we should build our lives and how we know if we are building in the right spot – by looking at our fruit.
In the journey to a Digital Bible, the final post is a review of how my Digital Bible is working for me.
In the journey to a Digital Bible, my third step is to identify software options.