This past week my mind has pondered the “what if’s”, questioned the “whys”. One particular night as I tossed in bed, trying to fall asleep, God sweetly reminded of Job 42:2. His plans, his purpose can’t be thwarted….restrained, hindered, stopped, cut out. We may not be able to control the Coronavirus or the circumstances surrounding … Continue reading no stopping God’s plan
God has taught me so much over the last few years especially when it comes to worry, fear and anxiety. One of the most important things is to build a foundation of trust by thinking on truth. There is no better way than to spend a little time each morning in his word. His word … Continue reading a promise a day
Time out. It’s what a baseball coach calls when he needs to head to the mound and get inside the pitcher’s head. The pitcher who has faced batter after batter. He has stared a few down, struck a few out. But, he has also let himself get intimidated, nervous, anxious by that last error, deep … Continue reading Time Out!
As we learned in the SHE believed series, thinking on Truth is a key principle in developing a foundation of trust. It is also the foundation for overcoming worry. Finally, brothers and sisters, whatever is true, whatever is noble, whatever is right, whatever is pure, whatever is lovely, whatever is admirable—if anything is excellent or … Continue reading Think on These Things
Welcome to the SHE believed devotional series. We have been exploring key principles in developing a foundation of T.R.U.S.T. in God. This week we are going to take a look at the first S in T.R.U.S.T. which is to SING. This principle requires us to shift our focus. How does that develop trust? Let’s take … Continue reading SHE believed: Sing
After Jesus resurrection, Mary Magdalene and the other Mary went to visit the tomb. There, they saw the Angel of the Lord sitting on the stone that had been rolled away. He said, “I know you’re looking for Jesus. He isn’t here. He is risen.” Matthew 28 Headed to tell the disciples the news, Jesus … Continue reading peace be with you
If I asked you what you ponder most, what keeps you up at night, what would you say? Your marriage, kids, job, health, finances, education? Scriptures tells me that there is a better way than worry. It is trust. “Commit your way to the Lord [roll and repose each care of your load on Him]; … Continue reading trust