This Psalm, has always been one of my ‘go to’ Psalms. I find in it both comfort and hope. Comfort knowing that Jesus, too, felt sorrow, grief and pain. Hope, because in the midst of trouble, God is our rock, our stability and our future.
Eternity is, was and shall be. When we accept the gift of life through the redemption of Christ we become independent of time. Plainly speaking our eternal life is now, was before sin and will be in each moment.
In those timeless moments of sheer delight in experiencing the unexpected our souls soar. There is a glimpse through the earthly realm to the eternal home
Even though I exercise regularly, try to eat well, have never smoked and by choice don’t drink, my 66 year old body tells my spirit, this home is not for ever.
I believe that one day I will have a body that does not ache, show signs of age and become weary.
Yesterday I met an angel. Allow me to tell you the story.
I believe in the church the holy communion of saints. If the purpose of the church is firstly to reach up and worship God, then the energy we receive from this act must flow outwards to one another. This we do in another form of worship and expression of love to God and each other:…
In research for suitable material I came across this beautiful video and thought to share it here.
The primary purpose of the church of course is to Worship God. The summary of the law as stated by Jesus is to love God with all our hearts, soul and mind. If this is our daily focus, then we will naturally worship He whom we love. A group of like minded people who get together praise or worship that which connects them.
This church is not confined to four walls. This church exists throughout the world and is continually praising God as the earth turns each day.
I write this at the end of a busy day. Even though my mind and emotions want to deny it, grandma is feeling a little tired. The thought of snuggling under a comforter with a hot drink and some light reading sounds appealing.