Tag: spiritual growth

Learning & Spiritual Growth

Half of learning is learning. The other half of learning is unlearning… Half of spiritual growth is learning what we don’t know. The other half is unlearning what we do know. Mark Batterson (In a Pit with a Lion on a Snowy Day) This… Continue Reading “Learning & Spiritual Growth”

The Manifold Grace of Genesis 40

I wanted to call this entry “The Prismatic Grace of Genesis 40” but the definition would not let me without reaching too far in metaphor. I like the word prismatic. Look out for an entry with that word soon.  Manifold (adj.) 1) marked by… Continue Reading “The Manifold Grace of Genesis 40”

Where the Wind Blows

Do you notice a change in yourself? It is a personal change, a deeper change, something working under the surface a while, coming to the surface in your perspectives. I notice it in my sensitivities, and for months now, wondered how to write about… Continue Reading “Where the Wind Blows”

At the Mercy… (#GiftedGirls)

Dear Gifted Girl, You are not at the mercy of your memories. You have the ability through Christ to #reignwell and conquer where He placed you. You are at the mercy of the limits you place on yourself. We are at the mercy of… Continue Reading “At the Mercy… (#GiftedGirls)”

Authorizations (#GiftedGirls)

This verse is the focus of our meditation on authorizations. Believe it Gifted Girl, we have the power over granting access in our lives. We control the entrances into our respective worlds…heart, eyes, ears, family, business, ministry, etc. If we do not govern well,… Continue Reading “Authorizations (#GiftedGirls)”

Scot Loyd

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Angel Jones

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"In the darkness of night, I wait expectantly for understanding and knowledge for your people."

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