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The Gospel in Numbers
I’m reading in Numbers this week as I read through the Bible this second half of 2020. It is amazing to see the Old Testament scriptures pointing directly to Christ. Below is a quick summary of what I found in Numbers 5:4-7. The Gospel in Numbers God Said Obey → We Will Fail → We Humbly Confess → God Fully Restores Numbers 5:4-7 ESV And the people of Israel did so, and put them outside the camp; as the Lord said to Moses, so the people of Israel did. And the Lord spoke to Moses, saying, “Speak to the people of Israel, When a man or woman commits any of the…
No Fear and Cows in the Kitchen
For God did not give us a Spirit of fear but of power and love and self-control. 2 Timothy 1:7 I have these twin chalkboard cows that sit on my kitchen counter. Currently they display the word self-control and the scripture 2 Timothy 1:7. One morning my husband stopped as he read the verse. For God did not give USA Spirit of fear…? Evidently my chalky handwritten letters were squished too close, so the words ‘us a’ ran together as ‘USA’. We chuckled about this, but then it hit me. How true those words are! 1. God did not give us a Spirit of fear I am writing this on…
Finding Your Great Assignment A Journey or a Destination?
Overwhelmed hardly began to describe how I felt. I knew God placed this dream in my heart, but I had no idea where to start. There were so many questions! I needed help. ….Have you ever noticed how God loves to stretch His children? It may not be fun, but it is fruitful. Author Lysa TerKeurst describes a time she felt overwhelmed, even at a loss in her writing abilities: “I had a choice at this point: give up or push through. I wasn’t a great writer at this point but I had a great assignment. I needed to get my writing up to the point where it can meet…
In The Waiting Scripture Memory Challenge Verse 5 May 2019
I’ve sat in waiting rooms … busied my hands with needlework … filled my mind with worry … walked hallways … startled at a phone ring … cried, journaled, prayed I’ve waited. But as for me, I will watch expectantly for the LORD; I will wait for the God of my salvation. My God will hear me. 1. Uncertainty We’ve all been there. In the waiting. Most of us do not enjoy it, viewing it negatively, involving difficulties and even sorrow. We also value busyness, while waiting often implies inactivity. Even by definition to wait is “to allow time to go by, especially while staying in one place without…