God fulfills his promises. We know this. But we often struggle to see how. Because the promises God makes and the promises we would like aren’t always the same. His wisdom is not ours.
Carolyn Moore ~ The Mystery and Glory of Communion with God
My sister, after years away from the faith, came home to Christ in the Lutheran church. The transition back into the church world, while…
Jean Watson ~ To Know God and Make Him Known
Often we can catch glimpses of heaven through seemingly insignificant things.
Ken Loyer ~ A Foretaste of the Heavenly Banquet
The idea of the future has a mysterious quality to it because it is always beyond us, in one sense not yet fulfilled. As you look ahead, what do you anticipate about the future? What concerns or fears do you have? Do you think that in the midst of the inevitable uncertainty regarding various aspects of our future, there is still reason to be hopeful about what lies ahead for you, for your family, or for others? Why or why not?
Kimberly Reisman ~ The Strong Name of the Trinity
I bind unto myself today the strong name of the Trinity, the Three in One and One in Three – the space-maker who is the source of my freedom, the one who empowers me to defy the forces that seek to restrict me to unbending characterizations or rigid roles.