Venting Versus Praying in Trials

Last week, I brought up “walking in silence”. It is not a 24/7 scenario. Truth be told, it is actually easier and more comfortable for me to stay silence (excluding certain situations – it kinda depends on who I am around). What about you? Silent type about your trial (I have to tie in “Trials” somehow), or loud about…… Continue reading Venting Versus Praying in Trials

Complaining in Trials – Part Two

Trials on a Tuesday is a weekly series that focuses on a topic relating to trials, and how we can glorify God in the midst of hard times. Last week in Trials on a Tuesday, I began to unravel what we believe about complaining. What is our definition of complaining? We can only begin to…… Continue reading Complaining in Trials – Part Two

Complaining in Trials – Part One

Trials on a Tuesday is a weekly series that focuses on a topic relating to trials, and how we can glorify God in the midst of hard times. Trials, have a tendency to cause a reaction of complaining in us. For most of us, this is true. So, we have to work toward protecting ourselves from…… Continue reading Complaining in Trials – Part One

Discipleship Journal Reading Plan: Day 37

Mt 12:38-50; Acts 18:1-17; Ps 29; Ex 16-18 The overarching theme is God’s provision. It’s not just God’s provision, but His Timing. It is all about God’s Timing. It’s not asking “if” He will provide, but trusting Him–knowing that God definitely will provide! Our task needs to be trusting Him: really trusting Him! So often,…… Continue reading Discipleship Journal Reading Plan: Day 37

Discipleship Journal Reading Plan: Day 36

Mt 12:22-37; Acts 17:16-34; Ps 28; Ex 13-15 People’s hearts are widely put on display today: from the Pharisees, to Pharaoh and his officials, to the Israelites as they complained in the wilderness. What do our hearts say? Would our hearts represent good fruit or bad (See Galatians 5:22-23)? What do we need to repent?…… Continue reading Discipleship Journal Reading Plan: Day 36