Blessed is she that believed: for there shall be a performance of those things which were told her from the Lord. Luke 1:45.
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Coffee is the most consumed beverage in the world, aside from water. Some of us just absolutely cannot go without our morning coffee. Coffee lovers know what I’m talking about. There is no way you will forget your coffee in the morning. You may forget your handbag, your house keys, and yes maybe even your beloved phone…but you will never forget your coffee! One survey says approximately 150 million Americans drinks coffee daily, and independent coffee shops equal $12 billion in annual sales.
As I was writing this article I smiled to myself. God is smart, I thought. More than He is smart He is wise. He must have looked down through the ages and seen the millions of coffee drinkers who cannot go a day without that precious cup. He wants to be a part of our daily lives, and to be even more important to us than coffee. He says…I will sup with you! Revelations 3:20. Just imagine 150 million Americans making God a part of their ‘first thing in the morning’. That’s a game changer! America and the rest of the coffee loving world would never be the same.
“I will sup with you if you will allow me to.” Imagine sitting down to a cup of coffee with God! Oh!... MORE
There is an unhealthy amount of anxiety involved in leaving dirty dishes in the sink to either go to bed or go out to meet a friend somewhere. What is this power that dirty dishes, or any other cleaning necessary, has over us? Only the one we give it.
We are the makers of our homes, whether we work outside the home or not. We set the mood, both spiritual and emotional. Our plates are quite full and though the journey of womanhood, motherhood, and all that these entail, are beautifully godly, it is also human. A human journey, dependent on God’s grace, as we prepare for eternity.
How can we, then, balance our godly roles in life and family, with our human need to be “enough” and have our house in order? By realizing our...MORE
Has anyone ever done something so hurtful, so betraying, that you felt you simply couldn't forgive them? Or you said "I forgive," and really wanted to, but you know in your heart that there remained a bitterness, a remembrance, that lingered every time you saw them or heard the mention of their name?
What if someone else were to tell you that they felt that way about something you'd done? It begins to look a little differently now, right? You would hope that you could tell them something that would make them understand and forgive you. Maybe you have been in this situation, when you've done something, maybe something you thought wasn't that bad, and someone else felt that it was too much for them to give you another chance. Do you begin to feel...MORE