I don’t know what hurts more….heartbreak or Church hurt.
Life happens and we often find ourselves pulling away from things, not doing others as much as we used too, and even putting things off. Or on the backburner, as my mother is wont to say.
How often however, do we find ourselves putting God on the backburner?
You ever get a song lyric stuck in your head or a thought, a reoccurring disruption?
You know what I mean. The type of thought or song or anything really that catches you unawares when it comes back around and you can never seem to quite get rid of it? It’ll just pop up when you are trying to:
-Read your bible
– Have a discussion on or with God
I heard an explanation for the song/saying/scripture “As the deer pants for the water…” it went something like this: A lot of us believe that is saying the deer is thirsty. Like all he needs is a sip of water. But that’s NOT so. The thing is when a deer is being chased it heads…
#AMomentOfFaith What a wonderful feeling to know that He doesn’t give up on us. People have a tendency to be imperfect. To sometimes leave when the going gets rough or when it seems like it’s…just too hard. All because we are constantly breaking or constantly broken. Thank God, that He never tells us “This is…
Paths are a funny thing. Some are winding. Some are straight. There are some that may be covered in brambles and haven’t seen daylight in ages. Yet, they all lead somewhere
We sometimes get so wrapped up in “He said, she said,” that we forget. We forget that people in general cannot stand against us when we have God on our side.
Sometimes we can feel all alone….it’s only human to feel this way, and being honest…it happens to the best of us. It’s during those times that we forget that God Is
“God knows my heart.”
That statement is usually said before, during, or immediately after doing something that we as Christians have no business doing at all…
Without God. That’s a tough statement. Without God it can get a bit…ok a lot rough. When we let life, distractions, even others dictate the amount of time that we are spending with God we succumb to a week that then rolls into months and years of what amounts to spiritual starvation….