The love of God knows no bounds. We cannot fathom the depth, breath, or height of His love. *
One of my favorite things to do when I need a peaceful respite, is to go on YouTube and watch timelapse videos. If you’ve never watched one, these videos are usually of a scenic nature, usually of an island or country. Besides being inspiring and relaxing, it’s my way of traveling around the world.
And through it all, He declares His love for us.
Are you having trouble in your writing? Are you having trouble coming up with words to say to someone or to write? Take heart. Even Moses and Aaron hesitated to speak to God’s people and to the Pharoah.
But if you really want to write — especially to encourage others in the Lord — then you need to pray and ask God to speak to you and write through you.
Here are 5 ways to keep going when you feel all dried up.
The one thing about rivers is, they don’t stand still.
Rivers travel. They bubble and gurgle, always flowing somewhere. But they don’t get stagnant.
Rivers don’t give up. They don’t quit. No matter how many rocks and hills and logs might be in their way, rivers always find a way around their obstacles.
Bible stories are made fun and engaging for us as children. The lessons are easy to understand. But as we get older, God reveals extra insights and wisdom into the same passages. Now they are no longer just childhood stories, but lessons for our everyday lives we can cling to as adults as well.
Sometimes I lament I cannot hear God’s voice. He isn’t answering my prayers. He doesn’t seem to even know I exist. But the question I must ask myself is this: Am I seeking God with my whole heart, or am I just throwing a quick prayer into the air hoping He’ll hear me and reply?
Jeremiah 29:13 states, “And you will seek Me and find Me, when you search for Me with all your heart.” Did you catch that? “When you search for Me with all your heart.”
Not half-hearted. Not a flip of a coin or a toss of wish. No, it must be, with your WHOLE heart
My heart is heavy for all those who have lost so much this past month. A few years ago I did a post about January being the door to the new year. While we may have lost much this year, we can still walk through the new year door with Jesus and know all is well when we focus on Him.