my life is UP TO ME — that You are not in charge. I’m so heavily influenced by my flesh, and the flesh of others in this world, who are convinced human lives are up to humans. But when I read Your Scripture afresh I get sane afresh, because Your Scripture clearly teaches that You […]
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you don’t really need to be reminded over and over about the sovereign reign of Jesus over every life and every thing. But. If your life is harrrd? You need much-stronger medicine than a healthy devotional life, especially if you are unusually self-aware — in touch with your feelings. If you don’t focus on Scripture […]
As of our Annual Board Meeting Nov17, we’re $13,000 short of covering expenses, and I’m guessing we could end up having a year-end deficit of $5-10,000, but I’m always unsure because of year-end giving. Over the past dozen years I’ve lost some monthly supporters. I’m a coward when it comes to individually asking believers to […]
ask Jesus to grow you as the chief confessor in the home, not the chief accuser, or the chief expert on all things Christian. If you unwittingly give them the impression that you’ve got this Christian life down pat, you run the risk of them concluding they don’t have the spiritual genes you do, and […]
life except You, Jesus. News, politics, my health, stock market, bond market, talking heads predicting the future. When my eyes are fixed on these other sovereignties, I feel ALONE, like my life is UP TO ME to know how to navigate through everything. And because You’ve grown me so-much-more self-aware these days, I’m easily overwhelmed, […]
the more we see our flesh’s pervasive influence on every area of our lives, and the root of it all — the confidence-it-knows-what’s-best. Until we are unusually self-aware it seems normal to us, to feel like our lives are UP TO US, like we are SUPPOSED to make good decisions, and we have the wherewithal […]
for followers of Jesus, seems to me, because thanking Him for the easily-thankable, obviously-thankable, reinforces control addiction, and surprisingly leads us into an INdependency that encourages God-bless-my-agenda kinda praying by believers, confident-we-know-what’s-best, confident we know how to direct the CreatorSustainer of the Universe. Thanking Jesus for the harrrd is commanded in Scripture. Thanking Him for […]
is the confidence we all have, that we know best, what’ll make us happy. We know NOTHing about what will make us happy, but we THINK we do, leaning on our own understanding, wise in our own eyes. Fools we are. Only SovereignShepherdJesus knows what’s best for me. Looking back over my life, I see […]
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