I’ve never seen the dangers of privilege without purpose so starkly represented as in the lives of these two royal sisters, Elizabeth and Margaret.
Thinking of our lives as a canvas, His masterpiece is found directly in His Will. Our masterpiece is found in the center of His Will.
There’s a factor left unmentioned in my last post about the story of three tragic lives: GRACE! I wanted to dedicate a whole post to it.
Things are going to continually attempt to grab our attention. Even people with the best intentions can bring distractions from the Will of God.
Reactive living based on the whims of humanity is to lose our vital necessity in a sea of trivial insignificance, but we can live by design not default.
All of life is about our priorities and choice. It's living in my essentials is to find my God even as I walk in a world lost in nonessentials.
I have heard many people declare their giving up on the fight. Today I show it’s all our fault! WHAT?! Yep, all our fault.
Only through repentance can we pave the way for revival. And in the same measure, the greater our repentance, the greater will be the Spirit’s outpouring.
In crisis we find out who we are under authority. This is a call to choose this day to seek the King rather than complaining about our rights being violated.
All grounds of dealing with the Lord, both positive and negative, are holy ground unto the Lord because our Lord places that much worth on our choice.
Our words reveal to the whole wide world who our god is. My mouth reveals the source of my thinking and knowledge and ultimately who my God is.
The paradox is that there are two contradictory realities, God's sovereignty and man's free-will. And while it's a seeming contradiction, Jesus is still Lord.