Jesus called me by name, inviting me to turn from the desolation of empty tomb, to Him: the life-giving air I breathe.
A mother’s heart holds many sorrows and joys. God sees us and honours us, brings restoration and calls us favoured and blessed.
When we are caught in the uncertainty moving from then to there, we can plant our feet in the knowledge of how to travel the path.
Good Friday, the day we give thanks that Jesus not only died for us, but he died instead of us taking the penalty of our sin.
The Shield of Faith is more than a defensive weapon, it covers us as we, not only advance into enemy territory, but go about our daily lives.
In Psalm 40 David acknowledges that God is greater than his despair and trials. We too can choose to trust God to be greater than our trials.
Whilst Paul reminds us that we are free to forget our past, Moses challenges us to remember what the Lord has done for us.
God’s response to our interruption of the ‘stink’, of human reasoning in the face of His power is, “Did I not tell you that if you believe…”
Shifting from thinking “if only” to “Even Now”. Martha shows the depth of her relationship and belief in Jesus, the Messiah.
We are not left stranded or without hope. We have been equipped with strategies of defence against Satan’s attack.