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Friday Features – Three Top Posts from Sunday Stillness

Friday Features – Three Top Posts from Sunday Stillness

Laurie Collett – No Room for Him

What blessings will our nation lose because we no longer have room for Him in our schools, our courtrooms, and our public squares? (Laurie Collett)

 

Kimberly – What Did Mary Know?

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How did the song Mary Did You Know? change the author’s view, outlook and meaning of Christmas. Great post. Don’t miss it.

I can’t resist putting up the video too for Mary Did You Know?

Sharon – The Fingerprint of God

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A very enlightening look at our fingerprints – and God’s fingerprint on us.

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Sunday Stillness – Are you joining God in His will?

Sunday Stillness – Are you joining God in His will?

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Come near to God and he will come near to you (James 4:8, NIV).

I have had an interesting two weeks. A close relative died and that meant a trip home from Arizona. Always knowing that I need to follow God’s will, I have stayed for two weeks – not sure exactly why – but when God says something – we act. I pray that I have been a help to those concerned and shown God’s love and comfort to those in need.

I had read Oswald Chambers a few weeks ago.

The moments I truly live are the moments when I act with my entire will (Oswald Chambers, Nov. 4)

And then to top off that weekend the Sunday’s sermon focused on these words:

Do I live my life

  • with my will and my strength
  • with His will and my strength
  • with His will and His strength?

Putting these together:

The dominating power of the world, the flesh and the devil is now paralyzed, not by your act, but because your act has joined you to God and tapped you in to His redemptive power (Oswald Chambers, Nov 4).

To my way of thinking, if we are acting in God’s will, we do what comes naturally.

But we must move – we must do. We can’t sit back thinking should we or should we not. I know there is a time when God says wait – and I wrote about waiting expectantly. But when He says “do” – we need to “do”.

Is there something God is calling you to do?
Take time to listen to HIm. Act in His will.

Do you have that urge to act but are afraid?
Remember to be not afraid. Do it in His strength.

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Sunday Stillness – What is a paradigm shift?

Sunday Stillness – What is a paradigm shift?

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The other day as I put my IPAD on the charger I realized it fit perfectly with the cover on. I had always had trouble putting it in the charger while the cover was on. Suddenly it occurred to me that I must have had the IPAD in the other way. Now the connection was on the other side – and it fit – without removing the cover.

Have you ever been so sure of something that it was the RIGHT way and then were proven wrong?

This is called a Paradigm Shift.

There are many examples of this and I am sure you can comment on the ones that have happened to you.

Pastor Bruxy Cavey from The Meeting House tells a story of how he went  into the wrong bathroom – so sure that he was in the right bathroom he felt sorry and embarrassed for the women entering. Hiding behind the stall it all of sudden donned on him – I am in the wrong washroom. It was quite an amusing tale how he escaped from the washroom undetected.

The realization of the truth does come on SUDDENLY.

That is one reason that God’s Word to us from the Bible can make tremendous impact and change in our lives. We will not expect the change but SUDDENLY it will come to light and the truth revealed.

Kyle Idleman wrote a book called AHA. In it he talks about the AHA moments of our lives.

On the day you finally come home, you will find Him waiting for you. You might wonder, How did He know to wait for me on this day? How did He know I was coming today? He has been waiting for you every day ~ Kyle Idleman – AHA.

From the Bible we read the story of Peter. Peter had been arrested and was in jail. Suddenly an angel of the Lord appeared to him and helped him escape.

Peter left the jail. Peter came to himself and said, “Now I know without a doubt that the Lord sent his angel and rescue me from Herod’s clutches and from everything the Jewish people were anticipating.” When this dawned on him… (Acts 12:11-12, NIV). (bolding mine)

 

This past week I attended a funeral of a very close family member. At the end of the internment the snow which had been falling steadily stopped, the clouds parted for a brief moment and blue sky appeared. Then the sun (Son) shone directly on the grave site and the family. What a blessed moment in time! And it was SUDDEN.

At any moment in time God can reveal a truth to us.

Are you ready to be surprised? Have you been surprised all ready? Did you thank God for His revelation?

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Sunday Stillness – Fill out your Closer Connection to God Form

Fill out your Closer Connection to God Form

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Last week I discussed how we need to show our closer connection to God so the world and we ourselves will know where we truly live.

This week I have made a fun “Closer Connection to God Form” for you to fill out.

1. When you wake up, what is your first thought?

what must I do today
oh no it’s morning all ready
Good morning, God, You are my One and Only?

2. On arising what do you do first?

start getting ready for my daily activities
wish I were back in bed as I head for a coffee
seek God by sitting quietly before Him (remember seek ye first the Kingdom of God)

3. Throughout the day as you go about your daily routine, when you encounter a problem what do you do?

get frustrated, maybe yell
find someone to blame
aks God for His help and guidance

4. Do you have control of your tongue during the day?

with my family
with my co-workers
with friends
with strangers (how about the drivers you feel are not driving the way they should)

Pray for a mouth that glorifies Him all day long, and you will be filled with a sense of His love and approval. ~ Beth Moore Living Beyond Yourself

5. With what do you fill the spaces of your day?

secular talk shows
secular TV
news
Christian music
quiet times of prayer and praise
shopping (just because you like it – buy, buy, buy)
social media
friends
family

6. At night before you close your eyes what do you do?

go right to sleep
read a light inspiring book
watch nightly news
have a quiet time with God to reflect on my day – the highs, the lows and to lay requests before Him

7. As you drift off to sleep what do you do?

remember where I live – in God’s Kingdom
give Him all my cares and concerns
fret about all that needs to be done tomorrow
fear what I saw in the news and can’t fall asleep

 Cast all your anxiety on him because he cares for you (1 Peter 5:7, NIV).

Heaven’s bells continually peal with that promise of My [Jesus] Presence. Some people never hear those bells because their minds are earthbound and their hearts are closed. (Jesus Calling)

 

Keep hearing the bells. Visit this world – enjoy it all – live life to the fullest but live in the Presence of God.

How did you do on the form? Is your closer connection to the world or God? If you want to be closer to God how would you change?

Let’s discuss this. I welcome your thoughts.

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Sunday Stillness – Use SIMPLE to study Psalm 23:4

Use SIMPLE to study Psalm 23:4

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At the beginning of October I gave instructions of how to use the acronym S.I.M.P.L.E. to study a Bible passage.

Last week I used this method to study John 3:1-8. This week I am using a very short, known passage to see what I can learn using this method. Psalm 23:4.

S – Say the passage aloud.

Even though I walk
    through the darkest valley,
I will fear no evil,
    for you are with me;
your rod and your staff,
    they comfort me (Psalm 23:4, NIV).

Because it is so short I am going to look at it in The Message as well.

Even when the way goes through
    Death Valley,
I’m not afraid
    when you walk at my side.
Your trusty shepherd’s crook
    makes me feel secure (Psalm 23:4, The Message).

I – Identify the characters, the setting, and the circumstances surrounding this passage.

God and I. When I am fearful, sad, confused. Remembering to fear nothing because of the presence of God. Just before this verse it says that I am led along quiet waters and through right paths. Then there is the word, “even”. Or “yea” in the KJV before the darkness comes in.

M- Make a list of the thoughts, questions and ideas.

As I go through this world I remember that God is always with me. I am NEVER alone. But it says “when” you walk by my side. So I have to know that God is there. I think of rod and staff and remember about shepherds keeping their sheep close by and being able to catch them or get them out of predicaments. The Message using “trusty shepherd’s crook”  is a great picture. No matter how dark things appear – I know I have a Shepherd watching over me.

P – Pray again for God’s guidance.

As I prayed this time I was reminded of those who do not know the Lord – who are fearful because of this. I prayed for those who are going through tough times, those who know You, Lord and those who don’t. I prayed that You would talk to those who don’t know You so this passage will speak to their hearts.

L- Life – How can I apply what I have been studying to my life?

As for my life, when I prayed I heard You speak of being bold for You. To speak out about Your love, Your grace and Your faithfulness. I want to show everyone Jesus. In all I do, in all I speak and in who I am.

E – Exit the passage with a prayer for God to help you.

Prayer:

Oh Father, I pray for those who are hurting right now, for my friends who know you and for those who don’t. I pray Your Spirit will comfort them in their times of need. I also thank You that You are my Shepherd and I do not need to fear, that You are there to catch me when I fall, You are there to hold me when I am weak, You are there to inspire me when I feel uninspired. Thank You for being my All in All. In Jesus’ name. AMEN.

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Sunday Stillness – How to hear God’s gentle whisper

Sunday Stillness – How to hear God’s gentle whisper

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I had a hearing test a few weeks ago. Bottom line –  I can’t hear very well. There seems to be a problem with my ear drums not vibrating – so maybe fluid behind my ear drum.

My hearing is the worst when there is other noise around.

I thought about our lives – and all the stimuli that we deal with on a day to day basis. Are we so overloaded with noise that we can’t even hear God speak?

Thinking again about my life – what can cause me to stop listening to God?

I came up with these but I am sure you have different ones:

  • working on the computer (my mind focused on the task at hand)
  • making meals
  • cleaning
  • listening to music
  • watching a movie
  • talking with friends
  • errands
  • reading a good book
  • relating to friends and family

Then I came up with times that I could listen to God:

  • driving by myself in my car
  • lying in bed in the morning and at night
  • on a walk by myself
  • waiting for an appointment
  • working on a watercolour picture
  • during my morning study and prayer time
  • stoplights
  • grocery lineups

So although we lead busy, active lives we can find the time to listen to God, don’t you think?

We know that God is in all things
but it is much easier to hear Him when we are silent.

Remember Elijah. He didn’t hear God in the wind, or earthquake or fire – but in the gentle whisper.

A hurricane wind ripped through the mountains and shattered the rocks before God, but God wasn’t to be found in the wind; after the wind an earthquake, but God wasn’t in the earthquake; and after the earthquake fire, but God wasn’t in the fire; and after the fire a gentle and quiet whisper (1 Kings 19:11-12, The Message).

 

Prayer:

Lord, we need to be quiet to really listen to You. Help us find the minutes to slow down and hear Your voice. Show us those moments that will help us relate fully to You. In Jesus’ name. AMEN.

For you this Sunday – In the Secret, In the Quiet Place by Andy Park

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Lord, in the secret in the quiet place I want to know You more. Andy Park. (tweet this)

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#SundayStillness – Are you focusing on God or your circumstances?

#SundayStillness – Are you focusing on God or your circumstances?

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 “I’ve told you these things for a purpose: that my joy might be your joy, and your joy wholly mature. This is my command: Love one another the way I loved you.  (John 15:11-12, The Message). (my emphasis on JOY)

What is a wholly mature joy? I have been thinking about that. This summer has been a joyful one – family, more family and more family. I have loved it. Even though others have complained about a cool summer – really it was lovely. Love filled the summer.

But in the past, I didn’t always feel “joyful”. I found myself tired, overwhelmed, disorganized and confused. Why?

I think Oswald says it best:

The first thing that will hinder this joy is the captious irritation of thinking out circumstances (Oswald Chambers August 31).

I used to let little things bug me – laundry, dishes, meals, cleaning. Instead of just doing them joyfully. I used to let the fact I was tired bug me.

Instead, I needed to be rightly related to God,
and then my joy will come without any effort on my part. 

When I figured this out – I could be joyful during anything.

So I had a wonderful summer during tiredness, sickness, and sleepless nights.

So if you are feeling overwhelmed, tired, or confused:

STOP – pray.

Get right with our Lord, thank Him for all His blessings.

When we focus on God the rest falls into place.

Prayer:

Lord, sometimes we let the trials of the day drag us down. Instead we need to look to You for our strength and joy. Help us to get closer and closer connected to the mainspring of our lives. In Jesus’ Name, Amen.

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Sunday Stillness – God’s Grace is Enough

Sunday Stillness – God’s Grace is Enough

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It has been quite a week. For those who were praying for me – thank you so much. Last week I caught a terrible virus – really knocked me flat. By Monday morning I did not feel like running a VBS – but I had to. And I prayed. Others prayed. And God gave me the strength to do it. Praising Him.

But he [God] said to me, “My grace is sufficient for you, for my power is made perfect in weakness.”Therefore I will boast all the more gladly about my weaknesses, so that Christ’s power may rest on me. That is why, for Christ’s sake, I delight in weaknesses, in insults, in hardships, in persecutions,in difficulties. For when I am weak, then I am strong (2 Corinthians 12:9-10, NIV).

For the rest of the week it was touch and go each day. Each day prayers were lifted and each day He made me strong.

  • I prayed for joy – I felt joy.
  • I prayed for the children to enjoy themselves. And they did.
  • I prayed for the volunteers to be great with the kids. And they were.
  • I prayed for peace through the week. They were the best children I have ever had the pleasure to meet. At no time did I have to raise my voice (I couldn’t anyway as I developed laryngitis by Tuesday). They listened; they were sweet to each other; they had fun.

I found out that Christ does make me strong.

I love the words to the Scripture in the Message. Christ’s strength did “move in on my weakness” and I do “take my limitations in stride”. Love that.

 I quit focusing on the handicap and began appreciating the gift. It was a case of Christ’s strength moving in on my weakness. Now I take limitations in stride, and with good cheer, these limitations that cut me down to size (2 Corinthians 12:9-10, The Message).

The children also learned about Jesus; who He is; and how to accept Him as their Saviour. Praising God for those who made that big decision.

I also thought of a great analogy as we were sanding our crosses outside on Friday. I realized as we were sanding them that God sands us too.

God sands our rough edges.

He teaches us the fruit of the Spirit. He smoothes us out.

I don’t know about you but there always seems to be a few rough edges on me. Then I hear Him speak – and I know what I did wrong. I make the correction and learn.

Prayer:

Thank You, Lord, so much for this past week. You taught me a lot. You taught me to count on You totally. When I am weak You are strong. You also taught me to rely on You completely. I pray that every child will remember this week and will always keep Jesus in their hearts. In Jesus’ name. AMEN.

I love the praise song Your Grace is Enough by Chris Tomlin.

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The Sunday Community by Deidra Riggs

Still Saturday by Sandra Heskaking

Sharing His Beauty

Missional Women – Faith Filled Fridays

Jennifer Miller at Scripture and a Snapshot

Fellowship Fridays at Christian Mommy Blogger

The Weekend Brew by Barbie

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Sunday Stillness – How Do I Let God Be My Portion?

Sunday Stillness – How Do I Let God Be My Portion?

How do I let God be my portion

I say to myself, “The LORD is my portion; therefore I will wait for Him.” (Lam. 3:24, NIV)

 

As I prepare for my trip to Poland I have been reading some thought provoking articles sent to me by International Messengers.

One dealt with being poor in spirit – a hard lesson for me.

Blessed are the poor in spirit for theirs in the Kingdom of heaven (Matthew 5:3, NIV).

I saw this little robin in my backyard the other day and it reminded me of the love and caring that God has for everyone – little robins too. The little robin is poor in spirit as it depends on God for its very being.

God looks after the little robin.

I too must learn to depend on God – that is being “poor in spirit”; getting rid of the “me” tendencies – you know the “I must, I need to, I want to”.

How can I let God be my portion?

I need to let go – of everything;

of knowing that things don’t have to be perfect; that I can try to do my best but then leave it at that; to focus more on my communication with the Father and less on what I want. As I lean on Him, He gives me great wisdom and strength than I could not have achieved by myself.

The article reminded me of the story of the prodigal son – if he had been poor in spirit, he would have welcomed his brother back rather than feeling left out. That is the sin of pride.

I have to learn that my way is not necessarily the best. I need to back off and see where God leads instead.

The song that shows that to me is Blessed be the Name of the LORD. The name of the LORD is a strong tower, the righteous run into it, and they are saved.

Saved means that God is my portion, my tent and my rock. He is my all in all.

Here is the video:

Prayer:

Oh Lord, I know You are my portion. I will wait on You. I won’t go ahead of you. I will watch and go where You show me. I will lift my prayers to you, not fearing anything because You have it all under control. I am saved and in Your arms. In Jesus’ name. AMEN.

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Still Saturday by Sandra Heskaking

Sharing His Beauty

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Sunday Stillness – How to Face Uncertainty

Sunday Stillness – How to Face Uncertainty

by Janis Cox

Each day is filled with a newness, a wonder. But each day could bring changes. We don’t know.

A storm could arise.

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Jesus Calms the Storm

Jesus replied:

“You of little faith, why are you so afraid?” Then He got up and rebuked the winds and the waves, and it was completely calm (Matthew 8:26, NIV).

How do we face each day? Certainly Jesus has to be my focus. He is the One who never changes.

We know that He is the Beginning and the End.

I am the Alpha and the Omega, the First and the Last, the Beginning and the End (Rev. 22:13, NIV).

Therefore we have peace because of Jesus. I remember PEACE because to me it means:

Put
Everything
Aside –
Christ
Enters

Jesus said:

I have told you these things, so that in Me you may have peace (John 16:33, NIV).

Here is a YouTube video of Your Love is Amazing by Brian Doerksen. Let’s sing praises to our Lord this morning knowing that He is in charge.

Prayer:
Father, thank You for Jesus. He has become my firm foundation, the rock beneath my feet. He is my Peace. Help me to show others how to get to know Jesus. In Jesus’s Name. Amen.

I know there is someone out there this morning in the midst of a storm. Cry out to Jesus. May I offer a prayer for you. Please send me a personal email and I will pray for you.

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Today is Sunday Stillness.

Read the Sunday Stillness rules if you are new here.

I would appreciate if you would link only about God’s Word. If you have a linky party that’s okay if it is about the same thing. Please no sales or prizes. I want this to be friendly but I must ask you to abide by the rules. Others want to read God’s Word – and that is what I would like the links to be about. I must take down the links that don’t follow the rules. Thanks so much.

JOIN THE SUNDAY STILLNESS COMMUNITY – 
READ OTHER POSTS AND ENCOURAGE ONE ANOTHER.

Please check out all the places I link to during the week. Thanks to everyone who has joined Sunday Stillness. I do try to get to your posts every week but I admit sometimes I don’t have the time.

Here are my favourite links for Sunday Stillness:

The Sunday Community by Deidra Riggs

Still Saturday by Sandra Heskaking

Sharing His Beauty

Missional Women – Faith Filled Fridays

Jennifer Miller at Scripture and a Snapshot

Fellowship Fridays at Christian Mommy Blogger

The Weekend Brew by Barbie

Shelly Hendricks at Renewed Daily (Recommendation Saturday)

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