A project I began in 2018 was to read more theological and biblical studies books by women and people of color. I want to extend that in 2019. Fill up my reading list. Who have YOU read and recommend. (I don’t want who you DIDN’T read, but wish you did.)
I like wide margin Bibles because I like to take my own notes. There isn’t a wide enough margin for me to adequately do that over the years, of course, so I am thankful for digital Bibles as well. They allow me to keep expanding notes over time.
“In worship we reflect on all that God is and does and offer our praise and gratitude. To worship is to, as much as is possible, see God in full glory and worthiness. That is why so often worship is preceded by study. We seek to understand who God is and remember all that GodContinue reading “Worship is preceded by study”
One thing that has always stood out to me with Ezra was his commitment to the Law of the Lord. He gave himself to seeking the kingdom. There is this last line in Ezra 7:9 — “…for the gracious hand of his God was on him.” Followed by this explanation in v. 10: For EzraContinue reading “The hand of God with Ezra”
I was glancing through one of my Bibles on my desk, and this handwritten note stood out: “Do we want God’s best or not?” This is THE question of the day for me. And I was given a bit of a test in it. I’m fairly sure I passed… but the initial feelings aren’t alwaysContinue reading “God’s Best”