As we continue to seek the perfect plan God made for each of us. . .
Thank you for stepping out in faith! We are walking on water here! We are continuing to move outside our comfort zone as we seek God’s plan. If you are new to the blog, I suggest you read my last two posts, “Christian Screenwriter Seeks God’s Plan” and “God Called Me!”, just to catch up.
We are on the second week of a seven week series, designed to worship God for who He is, to thank Him for all He has done and will do, praying to better understand the plan He prepared for us. Let’s begin by positioning our hearts to know God is awesome!Continue reading →
Let’s seek the perfect plan God made for each of us.
Last week I shared C – P – P – B – B; five plans of God:
We arecalledby God, and He created a plan for each of us. He made promises to us, and to believe affords blessings.
This week starts the first of five weeks where I share seven specific Bible verses, inspired by Holy Spirit, on each of those Five Truths. As we individually seek out God’s plan, let’s start with praise for being called by God. Position your heart and thank Him right now for all He’s done in your life; the people around you, and situations (good and bad) that have led you here today.
(If you are new and seek a better understanding of God’s plan for you, check out last week’s post.)
Whenever we strive to understand and carryout God’s plan for us, we glorify His name. Why? Because God designed each of us for a purpose. When we seek, then carry out that purpose, it shows we acknowledge Him. And by acknowledging Him we Lift Him Up, thus demonstrating desire to carry out His plan.
As I seek God’s plan for me, I’ve prayed that I am teachable and willing. Now, it’s time to walk on water! I’m putting my faith in five of God’s truths that have helped me to understand His plan for me:Continue reading →
The Bible reveals to us many events of men and women sharing their intimate relationships with God. Throughout the Old to New Testament we find these relationships deepened as God’s people understood the plan He had prepared for them in advance .
The first disciple Jesus called to follow Him was Simon, also known as Peter.
Mark 1:16-17As Jesus walked beside the Sea of Galilee, he saw Simon and his brother Andrew casting a net into the lake, for they were fishermen. “Come, follow me,” Jesus said, “and I will send you out to fish for people.”Continue reading →
While defining how we, the people come by our liberties, revered President Thomas Jefferson once wrote, “The God who gave us life gave us liberty at the same time.” President Jefferson also asked his countrymen this specific question on the subject: “Can the liberties of a nation be secure when we have removed a conviction that these liberties are of God?”Continue reading →
With a new year just taking off, I’m sure you will find countless posts trying to point you in a direction they feel is best for you. But don’t be fooled! Whatever it is you feel you need to start, change, or end, please remember – your life has been perfectly planned since the beginning! Continue reading →
The words faith, faithful, faithfully and faithfulness occur more than four hundred times in the Bible. I believe God sent a clear message to us that faith is very important in our Christian walk with Him.
What a blessing to be spending the holidays with my husband, mother, daughter and son-in-law!
Holiday’s past included a wider field of family, but over the years that has changed. Beloved members have passed, some moved out of state, and sadly, we have lost touch with others for various reasons.
However, though our party group has gotten smaller, I have found I have expanded my understanding of the meaning of Christmas.Continue reading →