Tag: Genesis 24

God Provides Love

Good day, Royal Ones. We are in another February, and I’ve got more to share about love. I don’t think this will look like the “30 Minutes to Love” series (see these entries under the Devotional tab on the main page). And, I’m not… Continue Reading “God Provides Love”

Answered Prayer is a Kindness #crownshine

Kingdom Queens, We are working through Scripture references to kindness and using God’s word to “shine our crowns”. Today, consider that answered prayer is a kindness…from God and from us.  Us? Me? Yes, Lady. YOU. You are the answer to someone’s prayer…and I’m talking… Continue Reading “Answered Prayer is a Kindness #crownshine”

But God, I Don’t Wanna…

We’re back on the line this evening at 8PM Central to consider the importance of our willingness. My hope is that this lesson (which includes a reverse example) inspires us to review our commitments to God, and in that review to see where we… Continue Reading “But God, I Don’t Wanna…”

The Character of Willingness

Click here to listen: The Character of Willingness Rebekah, the wife of Isaac From Rebekah’s story in Genesis 24 we see the example of accepted willingness. This is the willingness that agrees with the plan that is offered. In verse 58 of this chapter her… Continue Reading “The Character of Willingness”

Are you willing?

Good day, Kingdom Queens! Today, consider what you are willing to do…where you are willing to go…when you will to go, and with whom…and, how you will to get there. Are you constantly aware of your choices, and your yielding? Do you ever regret… Continue Reading “Are you willing?”

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