The middle doesn’t always provide safety and comfort, nor does it mean we won’t stumble or fall. However, in the middle of the rink is where we skate in tandem with the Lord.
"Jesus replied, "You do not realize now what I am doing, but later you will understand." John 13:7 Heavenly Father, thank you for all that you do in my life. Thank you for the things that I see clearly and the things I don't always understand. I know if it is from You, it is … Continue reading Meditation Monday: God is Always in Control
Have you been called to trust God during a season of sorrow or struggle? Let’s face it, it’s easier to wallow in our pitiful pit of despair rather than to praise God through the pain. Our flesh screams, “What about me!” but our soul whispers, “What about God?”
“Whenever I am afraid, I will trust in You. In God (I will praise His word), In God I have put my trust; I will not fear. What can flesh do to me?" (Psalms 56:3-4 NKJV) Heavenly Father, thank you for your protection and provision. Thank you for being my rock and my shield; my … Continue reading Meditation Monday: I Will Not Fear
Here we are, two weeks into the New Year and all I can think is, "wow, where did the time go?" It feels like Christmas was just here -- I blinked and suddenly bam, I’m thrusted into a new year! I certainly thought all of my goals and visions would have been laid out by now but … Continue reading Lay Your Baggage of Burdens Down
“You intended to harm me, but God intended it for good to accomplish what is now being done, the saving of many lives.” Genesis 50:20 NIV Heavenly Father, you are pure goodness, there is not an evil thought in you and no darkness surrounds you. Even though we have an adversary who wants to harm us, … Continue reading Meditation Monday: God’s Goodness
As I braced for impact in the passenger seat, I could see the young man's face clearly as his truck came head on into our lane - there was no where to go - all I could think was, "Lord, I'm not ready yet." This is how my week ended, after facing a series of … Continue reading Battered, Bruised, and Bandaged – but Not Beaten