The James passage describes wisdom as a gift. To me that rings true because I know the difference between the limitations of my own understanding and the insight and discernment that come into play when the Spirit of God is involved.
if you’re one of those folk who doesn’t show up very often – if at all – I’d like you to consider the following ten thoughts about showing up at a place of public worship.
It’s a good day for nurturing relationships. It’s a good day to hunker down with God. It’s a good day to lean in. – DEREK
Tuesday Truth: This morning I read a meditation based on Psalm 199:114: “You are my refuge and my shield; your word is my source of hope.” The writer made the good point that, when we run into trouble, it helps to… Read More ›
So the idea behind these three photographs is a reminder that even inspired creativity requires careful preparation, research, humility, and hard work to pull off.
In the aftermath of Paris there is a lot of talk about human behavior, and I’m concerned that many of these terms seem to represent moving targets, and that the way we respond to horrific events often only serves to muddy the waters, and what we really mean when we say “right,” and “wrong” is often more rooted in self interest than it is something universal, or true.