On our own, no one seeks God. Human nature is inherently prideful and selfish. Everyone who has found faith in Christ has a story illustrating God's work in his or her life. For some, God's dealings are subtle and barely noticeable. Such individuals are more receptive to the influence of the Holy Spirit than others, … Continue reading Remember
What thoughts come to mind when you wake overnight? What are your first reflections of the day? When your mind wanders during the day, where does it go? What do you dream about? And where do our thoughts come from? For the most part, what our minds process and bring forth comes from our experiences: … Continue reading What’s On Your Mind?
God speaks to us in many ways. Sometimes it is through His written Word. Sometimes it is through a preacher, teacher, or friend. At times He speaks in dreams or random thoughts throughout the day. And at others, He speaks through written materials outside of the Word of God. Each day, I read two devotionals, … Continue reading The Voice of God
Today, I am going to do something a little different and repost a devotional of John Piper that I read this morning. This reflection fits in with my blog's theme of living with eternity in view. As you read the following article, remember that God created us for eternity. The life that we live on … Continue reading It Doesn’t Matter What Happens to Me
God exists as a triune relationship of the Father, Son, and Holy Spirit, one God consisting of three persons. God's desire was to create humanity such that individuals could choose to love and live in community with Him to magnify His Glory. God made man in His image. To understand what that means, we must … Continue reading An Eternal Relationship
While it is impossible for our finite minds to fully comprehend an infinite God, the Bible gives us a good picture of His nature, and the natural world displays His Glory (Psalm 19:1). God is not a part of the physical universe, had no beginning, and will have no end. He exists infinitely outside of … Continue reading A Relatable God