The message here? God may send us to Egypt for a season, but He will eventually take us out again. From DashHouse……………..
Jonah and the Disciples had serius doubts about God and His care and concern in the midst of some serious storms. But the Father and God care about our storms and will deliver us! Some encouraging thoughts from Church Grammar…………………….
How do we get calm? By remembering the Lord and all He has done. From Adrian Warnock…….
I have often been guilty of running to God in prayer when anxious, pouring out my worries and fears to Him. This is right and good, but the problem is I stop there. This article makes the argument that we need to go to the next step in our prayer, and pray to God while recognizing His love, faithfulness and care for us. From Anchored in Christ……………..
Wounds are Where Light Enters by Walter Wangerin, Jr. (Zondervan Publishing; 2017)
Walter Wangerin is a well-known Christian writer who uses his unique for storytelling and the use of dramatic and fictional elements (like his work THE BOOK OF GOD, a retelling of God’s redemption woven throughout the Bible as one story). This book, however, is more of anthology of short stories — many autobiographical — with the theme of the little (and sometimes big) ways that God can intervene in our daily lives. Stories such as Wangerin taking his small daughter to the largest cathedral in New York City,and using the appearance of a slovenly homeless man to teach a valuable lesson on how man makes many poor choices, but God is always watching over us and reminding that redemption is always possible. For readers who enjoy authors such as Max Lucado and his storytelling expertise to teach spiritual lessons, Wounds are Where Lighta Enter is a worthwhile read. 3 stars.