Photo by arash payam on Unsplash We feel pretty terrible. We just discovered that all of our comments were being put in a spam folder. So, for the past two years we missed hearing from you! We are sooooooooo sorry! We didn't know that we needed to check the spam folder. We feel like numbskulls. Please, please, please... Continue Reading →
John 5:1-9 NASB - 1 After these things there was a feast of the Jews, and Jesus went up to Jerusalem. 2 Now there is in Jerusalem by the sheep [gate] a pool, which is called in Hebrew Bethesda, having five porticoes. 3 In these lay a multitude of those who were sick, blind, lame,... Continue Reading →
Jana and Sharon talk about what it means to trust God, ourselves and others from a Biblical perspective. Trust can be a challenge and we must be willing to risk it for our relationships.
He Wants to Trust Us Photo by Ben White on Unsplash God is faithful to us even when we are not being faithful to Him. He is constantly working to keep us safe, to guide our ways, and to nurture love in our lives. He is our Champion in every way. He supports and promotes... Continue Reading →
Yes, feast on all the treasures of the heavenly realm and fill your thoughts with heavenly realities, and not with the distractions of the natural realm.
In a word, Glory fosters wonder. Wonder is a feeling of surprise and admiration caused by something beautiful, unexpected, unfamiliar, or inexplicable. Wonder is a curious desire to know something amazing — it’s something to marvel at.
So keep your thoughts continually fixed on all that is authentic and real, honorable and admirable, beautiful and respectful, pure and holy, merciful and kind. And fasten your thoughts on every glorious work of God, praising him always.
Photo by Andreas Heimann on Unsplash Learning to trust can take a lifetime or an instant. It all depends on our background, childhood, health, wealth, and more. We have all come from different life experiences and learning to trust will depend not only on those experiences, but also on what God wants to do in... Continue Reading →
Jana and Sharon talk about being lukewarm. We often find ourselves far away from God without realizing it. During this time of worldwide crisis are we waiting for God to act, or are we going to lean into Him?