By looking at the big picture Scripture presents, we can see one clear image of God our Father. He is both The Great King and loving Father.
If God is all loving, why do we have to wait in times of trial and suffering? Why does He ignore our cry, “How long will you forget me?”
This ANZAC Day, as we remember the men and women who sacrificed so much for us on foreign soil, let us reflect on the greatest gift of love.
The fire will dim, it’s a given, we’re human. But God is ready and waiting to help bring it to life again, reigniting and stoking the fire.
God presence is the heat that the fire requites, but we can smother the fire by gathering too many tasks rather that doing what is required.
Sights, sounds and smells are triggers to the deepest memories; Azaleas & Camellias. A short story.
Whether it’s a breastplate or a parachute, if it’s made of righteousness, best to use Christ’s.
We are not delivering junk mail, we are charged with a personal invitation.
We may be a postcard, a newsletter, or a parcel, but each of us is a living invitation sent from the Father.
What if we got it wrong? What if this is a command rather than an encouragement?