A prayer for expanding awareness by Susan Hitchman Eternal Lord, by Your great mercy and grace, enable me to know Your presence within me; develop in me a sixth sense, a growing awareness of You, that I may: see the unseen, hear Your silent footfall, taste Your goodness O Bread of Life and Living Water, feel… Continue reading #UTCOP – A prayer for expanding awareness
Can You Wait? by Susan Hitchman Why do we buy potted tomato plants in spring instead of tomato seeds in winter? Why do we see movies on their opening weekend instead of several weeks or months later? Why do we stop by fast food restaurants instead of pulling a recipe book out of the cupboard?… Continue reading Can You Wait?
A twinge of conscience pricked my heart as I walked past the older woman. The street was thronging with people coming and going from Seattle’s Pike Street Market, and panhandlers were everywhere.
Are We Dressed for the Season by Susan Hitchman. #UTCOP – Just one of the wonderful quotes: Draw apart daily in prayer, fasting from our usual busy-ness, and exchange our impatience for His patience.
Where is God’s Sanctuary? by Susan Hitchman. “Unfortunately, we have often made the incautious error of thinking the thrill of theatrics is comparable to the rush of the real event. We have embraced the credo of the tangible temple where we have enthroned ourselves, and thought it was the real thing. We have become devoted to thrilling ourselves with extreme sport, extreme fashion, extreme entertainment and extreme adventure.”
Are You Immune? By Susan Hitchman. Susan asks if we are seeking out protection from God through prayer? Prayer guards. It protects. It provides immunity for our hearts and our minds.
How Long Will You Wait? by S.D.Hitchman Apparently Pablo Picasso once said: Only put off until tomorrow what you are willing to die having left undone. Interesting thought. This puts a new spin on procrastination. It shows us that procrastination is a tool for prioritization. Whether actively or passively, when we ‘put off until tomorrow’ we… Continue reading How Long Will You Wait?
Am I Mule-ish? by Susan Hitchman. “Do not be like the horse or the mule which have no understanding but must be controlled by bit and bridle or they will not come to you.”