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Nimrod and The Tower of Babel

Nimrod and The Tower of Babel

Have you ever wondered the point of the factual list-type passages in scripture?  I always did too and usually just skimmed them over enough to say I had read them.  In Genesis 10 we find what is known as the Table of Nations and that gives us a basic introduction and understanding into how the… Continue Reading

How I Want to Live My Life

How I Want to Live My Life

How I want to live my life just became super clear to me as I read the promotional series from Lysa TerKEurst of Proverbs31 ministries.  She is releasing a new book soon called The Best Yes and I signed up for the 5 day devotional series that I suppose is meant to whet my appetite… Continue Reading

I Am… Rest for the Weary

I Am… Rest for the Weary

  One of my favorite verses in the Bible is the one in Matthew that is an invitation to rest for the weary and burdened.   This has brought me much comfort in my journey over the past few years.  Recently, I discovered a deeper meaning.  As you read through the book of John, you will… Continue Reading

Some Perspective on Prayer

Some Perspective on Prayer

What do we do after we pray and give God our requests?  We wait.  We wait for a yes, no or a maybe, right?  I don’t know about you, but while I’m waiting I keep petitioning God.  My prayer of request goes on repeat and that usually increases the anxiety and tension because it keeps… Continue Reading

The Time it Takes

The Time it Takes

I stumbled across a quote and it really made me think, especially in light of the new year. Did you know that it only takes about 18 hours to read the Old Testament and 72 to read the New Testament? I actually had to go make sure that was true because I had perceived it… Continue Reading

Sufficient Grace for Life

Sufficient Grace for Life

This verse has a powerful message.   No matter what God has put in our life, regardless of how big or small, we will have sufficient grace to do it all well.   To God’s glory and for his work.  Really, it’s not about us being successful in our lives or activities but His using… Continue Reading