Tag: perspective

Rule Breakers Needed

A couple of things from the start — I’ve been reading another Mark Batterson book for morning devotions. The Grave Robber: How Jesus Can Make Your Impossible Possible There have been more than a couple of situations where I paid attention to my behavior… Continue Reading “Rule Breakers Needed”

Waiting with Perspective

What I appreciate most about the Advent season is two things: 1) all that is packed in it and 2) all the ways to see it and gain insights for life. What’s packed in? Christmas, Hanukkah, Kwanzaa… and more, I’m sure. Add to formal… Continue Reading “Waiting with Perspective”

Daily Gratitude

I am an American and Americans have a thing about holidays. We build enormous momentum to prepare for one day, followed by lots of leftovers, cleanup, and take down. The marketing campaigns successfully seduce us into the commercial — buying the necessary trinkets for… Continue Reading “Daily Gratitude”

Fellowship

Our love to God is measured by our everyday fellowship with others and the love it displays. Andrew Murray Born from community, I have been paying attention to experiences of life giving fellowship. Trusting God’s Spirit in me, I entered different dynamics in peace… Continue Reading “Fellowship”

Let Me Be Great

Jesus took the request of two disciples and made it a teachable moment for all (Matt. 20:20-24). He contrasts the greatness of the Gentiles with a new idea for greatness in his kingdom. But Jesus called them and said, “You know that the rulers… Continue Reading “Let Me Be Great”

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