God bless you and give you peace.
If you have an opportunity to see a production by Fellowship for Performing Arts, you will not be disappointed. They will be in New York City performing The Great Divorce by C.S. Lewis, The Screwtape Letters by C.S. Lewis, The Most Reluctant Convert (Max McLean as C.S. Lewis), and Martin Luther on Trial.
I was privileged to see The Great Divorce and The Screwtape Letters. My only disappointment is that I was only able to go once to each performance! It was an incredible experience.
Check out their web page at: C.S. Lewis on Stage, Fellowship for Performing Arts
I hope everyone has a wonderful Independence Day! Be safe and God Bless You.
Praying God will fill your heart with His hope and wisdom. All things are possible with Him who equips you with all you need to meet each challenge.
God bless you and give you peace,
From God’s Not Dead on Facebook
Praise the Lord, my soul;
all my inmost being, praise his holy name.
Praise the Lord, my soul,
and forget not all his benefits—
who forgives all your sins
and heals all your diseases,
who redeems your life from the pit
and crowns you with love and compassion,
who satisfies your desires with good things
so that your youth is renewed like the eagle’s.
Lately, I have been hearing from many people who are going through some really tough times. My heart aches for them as I have faced many low moments over the past year. While my spirit was weak, the evil one tried his best to cause more pain. Unfortunately, I believed some of his terrible lies thinking my health and spirit would not improve.
A friend called to offer encouragement. She reminded me of who my Provider really is. The truth is, our Father is our Provider. I can be free from the bondage of fear because I am the daughter of a mighty King. The devil wants us to believe the lie that we are powerless, and therefore without hope. Please don’t believe the deceiver.
God loves us so much. He is our Father, Protector, Healer, and Friend. He is our Hope and Salvation. If you have some extra time today, read Psalm 20 and Psalm 91. Rest in the peace of knowing (even when it is hard to see or hear Him) that our Heavenly Father never, ever leaves us even during our darkest hours.
God bless each and everyone of you today. May you feel the warmth of God’s presence and have peace that passes all understanding.
God bless you and give you peace.
Many of us are SO ready for the warmth of spring time. I found this on Pinterest and thought, “I want to be there!”. It’s the same with trials. When I am going through a trial (or trials! :-)), there comes a point when I just want to be on the other side where there is peace and calm.
It has taken a while to understand this, but we can experience peace as we go through trials. God wants us to lay every burden at His feet We no longer need to worry or fret, He’s got us. He is our Rock and our Fortress.
Today, take a little time to pause and picture yourself at a beautiful sandy beach. Warmth and peace are ahead. Thank you, Lord, for the snow…and thank you, Lord, for the warmth of spring. In the same way, thank you for the trials of life as they make me stronger and wiser and help me rely more on You.
God bless you and give you peace…
Thank you, Martin Luther King, Jr. Like he so bravely did during the 1960s, let’s take a faith step together.
God Bless You and give you peace.
Trauma makes us ask God, why? When I questioned, this is the answer I received.
Instead of asking why, it would be more profitable for us to pray and ask for peace through our trials and the strength to endure them well. We can ask him to help us recognize what he wants us to learn from the challenges we face.
When we approach God in faith and show our faith by obeying his commandments and living the very best we can, we will be guided and blessed. Just hold on. God knows what he is doing.