Monthly Archives: August 2018

Making Choices

There is a direct correlation between the quality of our lives and the choices we make. It started in the Garden of Eden when Adam and Eve were presented with the choice between two trees. The tree of life is rooted in Christ.  The tree of knowledge is rooted in self seeking independence. This call is echoed in the Mosaic Covenant  ‘I call heaven and earth to record this day against you, that I have set before you life and death, blessing and cursing: therefore choose life, that both thou and thy seed may live:’ Is. 30:19 And the key to making the right choice is by following the example … Continue reading

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What are you Wearing?

Are you clothed in Self consciousness? Self righteousness? Self seeking? Self pity? Self preservation? If so your garb is out of date! These are the grave clothes of the ‘old’ you. Put on the garments of Salvation. Garments of praise Garlands of grace Robes of righteousness. These are more befitting to your new nature. 2 Cor. 5:17

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In Good Company

Here I am. What a cry our Father must love to hear.  Here I am. Ready, waiting to hear that Word that determines  the next step of the journey.  It comes in a whisper. Travels on the lightest breeze. Sometimes preceded by stillness, followed by a delicate fragrance.  His agents  any aspect of nature that speaks to us. Flowers, trees, people, birds.  We just need to stay awake, be alert,  aware of His desire to connect and direct.  The maestro of the orchestra of many parts   that creates harmony when following  orders.  Here I am. Here we are. Each player in the correct position, playing the correct part.  Individuals … Continue reading

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The Sound of Silence

When we look with the eyes of our heart And listen  with the ears of our spirit Our senses tune in to silence For it to resonate throughout our being to bring a peace that passes understanding. Phil 4:7 

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