It is with abundant tenderness that the grace of God meets us. Slowly dripping into our lives. Easily unnoticed. When we slow, pause, and rest we might come to sense it. Sense the presence of God that is always with us, that sustains creation, and that is rooted in love. A love without conditions. Giving us comfort to be like Christ in the midst of all God adores. Inviting us to open our hearts and feelings to experience God.
I’ve been spending a lot of time this summer asking myself the question: ‘What would a charismatic and incarnational faith look like?’ On the surface this is an easy question to answer and we could say that the incarnation means that we would be the means through which the power and spirit of God will
Found a talk given by Erwin McManus through iTunes. For those of you who are unfamiliar, Erwin leads Mosaic church out in LA. ‘The reason I can take you through this time is not because I’ve studied this theoretically, not because I’ve read a thousand books, or not because I’ve written one. But because I
Americans be warned of the Lord Almighty He fumes with furry over your boasting and pride. Never has He poured out blessings as He has upon you and your fathers Yet you continue to squander your gifts for worldly gain Your backs have turned from your Creator
Our lives are spent accomplishing everything from project, compiling a great work of historical value, loving others, bringing peace, causing war, attaining friends, knowledge, wealth, and a number of others simply limited by our imagination. It seems only natural to be excited about that which weve done before, or are on the verge of completion.
Recently Ive been reading a lot of the old testament while working through a book on the prophets by the renowned Jewish scholar Abraham Heschel called The Prophets as well as continuing to work on my prayer life and reading a short devo book by Andrew Murray titled Absolute Surrender and there have been some