God is happy to direct us to where He wants us to go. Our job is to commune with Him to understand the direction.
It’s so awesome how worship and prayer everyday helps one grow closer to God! Knowing God makes it is easier to make Him known to others.
Communing with God is intimate, it’s not simply begging for answers. Remember, there is a difference in begging and believing when we pray. To beg does not assure a heart for God; one could just be grabbing at straws. To believe specifies we know who God is; God’s power and His love.
Today is the fifth week of a seven week series, designed to worship God for who He is, thanking Him for all He has done and will do. We are praying to better understand the plan He prepared for each of us. Continue reading →
Laura Martin, daughter of Christ, has diligently blogged over 850 posts proclaiming her understanding and love of God, Jesus, faith and Bible study. For this reason, I asked her to set aside some of her time back in May of 2015, to please review my book.
Laura’s positive response to my writing was much appreciated, so I decided to repost her review. For those of you who have not yet ordered my book for yourself or a Bible study, her critique my help you with that decision for the new year.
My goal is to always transfer thoughts to paper as straightforwardly as Laura does. Thank you, Laura.Continue reading →
This week’s message is a guest post written by fellow Christian blogger, Andrew Gilmore. I thank Andy for taking the time to share a personal story of God’s only true Guide. To read more inspiring posts written by Andy, please visit his blog at Andrew Gilmore.net.
“I write for people who crave a deeper relationship with God, but might not know where to start. I want to give you the tools you need to bring more clarity to your faith, and more intimacy with your Creator.” Andrew GilmoreContinue reading →
by Andrew Gilmore Deep down inside I never thought I was good enough. Not good enough for my parents, for my teachers, for my wife, my kids. Not good enough for God. I’ve spent years of my life trying … Continue reading →