Intro for upcoming book ‘Unsearchable: A Journey Into the Riches of Christ’.
Most people attribute their security and sense of well being to their natural state or sum of their resources, but it became apparent to me that, as believers in Christ, we are the wealthiest people on the planet completely apart from the status of our bank account. To take it even a step further, if we attribute our state of wealth or well-being based on the abundance or lack of our material possession or our natural state, we have already missed apprehending the riches of Christ. This upcoming book will be part instruction and part application and sometimes miraculous real life testimonies on a journey into the riches of Christ.
During the second half of 2019, the Holy Spirit highlighted the phrase “unsearchable riches of Christ” in Ephesians 3:8. That began a journey of learning and stepping into something that would change the way I saw everything.
A few thoughts for one of the most unique Good Fridays in history.
After 15 years of driving kids to school, this week will be the last full week of daily drives to … More
God never commanded us to feel strong, He instructed us to be strong. We want the security of “feeling” before moving but if we will act and step into His strength our feelings will eventually catch up.
Father said, “It’s time to move from the roller coaster of happiness to the locomotive of joy.” Roller coasters make for a great ride but a terrible life. We are being invited to make the switch to the unshakable, unstoppable Locomotive of Joy that runs on the rails of truth and grace.
Everyday we go about our business making simple observations and simple conclusions, but God is always doing more than meets the eye.
Here are 16 (amazing, eternal, not small or ordinary) things happening in every member of the family of God today according to Ephesians 3.
I found some (not cool) messages buried in an inbox for spam or blocked users. It reminded me we all need a place to go to pour out our hearts and there are some things we cannot always handle. So where do we go and what do we do when we face things we can’t handle?