“He spit on the ground and made clay from the spittle and He placed this clay upon his eyes.” What?! Here’s the story from the book of John 9:6-7 when Jesus encounters a blind man: 6 After saying this, Jesus spit on the ground, made some mud with the saliva, and put it on the man’s eyes. … More How would you like spit in your eye? #miracles
Winter is always tough for me. I dislike being cold, obviously; it’s so much fuss to put on layers of clothes just to go to the mailbox or take Bailey outside. I try to keep myself busy of course. There’s always things to do, read, write, nap, watch movies (isn’t winter a great time to … More I fell into a deep depression…
My bible study group is reading The Pursuit of God by A.W. Tozer, originally published in 1948. Tozer’s style of writing is not what we are used to; his sentences have a different cadence than modern writers. Sentence structure is longer. The spiritual truths Tozer shares are deep. We have decided as we study this book to … More Mornings with A. W. Tozer part 1 #Fire #LindseyStirling
I didn’t think so. The reason for the lamp is to shine light on what is in the room and to see what you are doing. Isn’t that a cool looking lamp?! [It’s available on Amazon.] Light shines brightest when the surrounding area is dark. Think of fireworks. No one displays fireworks in the day … More Do you put your lamp under your bed?
Excerpt from Arm Wrestling with Pharaoh, Copyright 2016 SueAnn Porter. All rights reserved. Scriptures from Easy Read 2013 Bible, by Joel Nelson, used with permission. My thoughts based on Exodus Chapter 3 — my humble opinions in bold type. 1 Now Moses kept the flock of Jethro his father in law, the priest of … More Chapter Three. A Conversation with Fire. “Why doesn’t God do something?”.
The Arm Wrestling continues in Exodus Chapter 19. My comments in bold. 1 In the third month, when the children of Israel were gone forth out of the land of Egypt, the same day came they into the wilderness of Sinai. They had been out of Egypt for three months, still wondering in the wilderness. … More Exodus 19 The Arm Wrestling Continues : Beginning of boundaries
Even Moses needs a “hand”. (Sorry, couldn’t resist. ) Yes, even Moses needs to ask for help, so why shouldn’t we?! Continuing in Exodus, Chapter 18 1 When Jethro, the priest of Midian, Moses’ father in law, heard of all that God had done for Moses, and for Israel his people, and that the LORD … More Exodus 18 The Arm Wrestling Continues
Continuing the journey through the book of Exodus. Exodus 15:20 Miriam is named a prophetess. She is mentioned as the sister of Aaron, who was a priest. 21 Miriam then leads the women, who went out after her with tambourines and dances. So even if you have no musical skill, you can still grab a … More From good times to bad times, and back to good times #Exodus
“Teach us to number our days, that we may gain a heart of wisdom.” – Psalm 90:12 The word “number” in that verse is translated “appoint” from the original Hebrew. That’s a much stronger meaning. Instead of “letting life happen” we are called to MAKE it happen. This is my newest notebook: It seems … More Appointing our days: “make it so”
The Book of Exodus (and the Gospel of Matthew) both start with a genealogy. We tend to quickly read over a list of names and deem it “boring.” But all of God’s Word was written with purpose. First, these are the names of the tribes of the men who fathered the tribes of Israel. Starting … More The Exodus “Name Game”
Yesterday was a bad day. There were too many disappointments to number. When I woke up this morning, my head was still swirling. I felt like all the emotions that I was dealing with were too much to bring to God, too much to pray about, and why do I want to bother God with … More Constant Love?