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My Word for 2016?

Word of God Speak – Linky – What is my Word for 2016?

Word of God Speak – Linky – What is my word for 2016?

My Word for 2016?

I have been praying this week to find my word for 2016. I have mulled over many things. As we celebrated Christmas I focused on all that meant to me. This week I found myself thinking about “after Christmas”. What does that mean?

What does “after Christmas” mean? (tweet this)

I thought about the magi and wrote a post for Community Moms for this coming week. I really thought about those wisemen. They knew something important happened. They had seen a sign.

Am I watching carefully enough to see a sign from God? (tweet this)

I decided to look over the past 4 years – ever since I started choosing one word for the year. You can see my walk by clicking the links below. I went from trust, to live, to follow and then this year be intentional.

I don’t know what my word for 2016 is – yet. I know that I need to take this week to spend in prayer and study. I won’t be posting any regular posts until next weekend.

While I am searching for my word, I ask you, do you have a word for this year? (tweet this)

Here is my history of words.

2012 The Year of Trust

2013 The year to Live

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2014 – The Year to Follow

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2015 – Be IntentionalMy-Word-2015---Intentional

At the time of posting this I think I might have my word – stay tuned.

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How Do You Combat Fear?

How Do You Combat Fear?

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How Do You Combat Fear?

I read with great interest today the introduction to lesson 4 of Priscilla Shirer’s Seed Pack. The title is Armour and the topic is “Stage Fright”. One thing really hit me – we CAN battle fear with Scripture.

She says:

“Scripture became my offensive weapon.”

That is powerful for me.

Lies that Satan puts on our hearts and into our minds need to be battled with Scripture, God’s Holy Word, and with prayer. (tweet this)

Our group picked Jeremiah 1:6-9 to study and came up with many ideas of how this passage speaks to each one of us.

““Alas, Sovereign Lord,” I said, “I do not know how to speak; I am too young.”

But the Lord said to me, “Do not say, ‘I am too young.’ You must go to everyone I send you to and say whatever I command you. Do not be afraid of them, for I am with youand will rescue you,” declares the Lord.

 Then the Lord reached out his hand and touched my mouth and said to me, “I have put my words in your mouth.”

Beth Moore in our study of Esther says:

Our fears become like long bony index fingers pointing at our vulnerabilities. (Beth Moore, Esther Bible Study) (tweet this)

Try it – study Scripture – God says to be not afraid. Believe it. (tweet this)

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#UTCOP – A Day Marked by Prayer

A Day Marked by Prayer

by Stephanie Nickel

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“Pray without ceasing” (1 Thessalonians 5:17 ESV).

As I sat in the evening church service, I recommitted myself to beginning the day with prayer even before I roll out of bed. Then I thought about the prayers that could be inspired by my day-to-day life.

The following prayers can act as springboards throughout the day.

Prayer of Commitment

It could be as simple as saying, “Lord, thank You for the day before me. May I honour and glorify You, and may I bless those I come in contact with.”

Prayer of Protection

As we go about our morning routine, we can pray through the armour of God. “Lord, no matter what the enemy throws at me, may I stand . . . the belt of truth, the breastplate of righteousness, the readiness and firm footing of the gospel of peace, the shield of faith, the helmet of salvation, the sword of the Spirit (Your Word), and prayer all firmly in place.” (See Ephesians 6.)

Prayer of Empowerment

Whether we’re students, stay-at-home parents, blue collar workers making minimum wage, or corporate execs, we all face daily challenges. And God is there to help. And we must remember God’s command to do everything as unto Him, which includes schoolwork, housework, and paperwork (1 Corinthians 10:31).

“Dear Lord, may I honour You as I face this day’s joys and challenges. May I accomplish each task to the best of my ability, leaning on You for wisdom, strength, and direction.”

Prayer of Connection

Each individual we come in contact with—in person, on the phone, or online—is someone we can pray for. It may be especially difficult to pray for those people who give us nothing but grief, but it’s important for them—and for us—that we do so.

“Dear Lord, I pray that in all my interactions I will glorify You. And today, Lord, I pray that You will bless each person I come in contact with. If they don’t know You, please draw them to Yourself. And if they do, draw them ever closer. May I be a blessing in each life. May I be a Christlike example.”

Prayer of Thanksgiving

Even after a particularly difficult day, there are many things to be thankful for: God’s provision, family, friends, a home, clothes to wear, food to eat, the abilities He has given us, and so much more. And there will be days that the first thing we thank Him for is that it’s over. Hopefully those days are few and far between.

“Dear God, I have so many reasons to thank You. It’s harder to remember that some days, but help me to do so. Thank You that You are unchanging, that You love me on my good days—and on the days I’d just as soon forget. Lord, even if I blew it today, thank You that tomorrow is a new day, a fresh start. Please bring to mind the things I have to be thankful for, especially when the negativity presses in.”

Prayer of Release

The end of the day is a wonderful time to release our worries, doubts, and fears to Him. Remember “he gives to his beloved sleep” (Psalm 127:2 ESV). A good night’s rest is a gift from God.

There may be family concerns, problems at work, or health issues to contend with when we awaken, but if we open our hands and hearts and release our cares to the Lord, we can rest assured that He, indeed, cares for us.

“Lord, thank You that Your Word assures us of Your love and care. May I trust You to take care of me and all those I love. Even when things aren’t as I’d like them to be, may I rest in You. May I have confidence that You are working all things together for my good. May I enjoy the sleep You’ve promised to Your beloved. May I wake refreshed, ready to begin again for Your glory. Amen.”

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Lord, may each moment of my day be marked by prayer. (tweet this)

Steph Beth Nickel

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Steph Beth is a wife of over 30 years and the mother of three grown children. Steph’s eclectic interests include writing, editing, fitness, photography, and childbirth (she is also a labour doula).
Steph’s was honoured to co-author former Paralympian Deb Willows’ memoir. Living Beyond My Circumstances is available from Amazon and directly from the publisher, Castle Quay Books, among other places. 
Steph edits for Christian Editing Services under the leadership of Karen Burkett. She is a long-time member of The Word Guild and a more recent member of InScribe Christian Writers’ Fellowship.

Steph blogs at Steph’s Electic Interests. Her author website, Steph Beth Nickel, is a work-in-progress.

You can also find her at Steph’s Facebook and Steph’s Twitter.

 

 

 

#UTCOP – What is a Faith Prayer?

What is a Faith Prayer?

by Susan Harris

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Father, I come to you in the Name of Jesus. My heart sings because I know You are moving on my behalf even though I may not see which direction You are going.

Help me to forge ahead in faith with my Sword lifted to sever doubt and discouragement.

I will passionately pursue the dreams You have hidden in my heart.

We will partner and watch the blessings of the Almighty overtake me. Today I will breathe the pure air of the noble calling in Christ. I will seek the high place. I will live in anticipation that You who began a good work in me is faithful to complete it.

Glue my eyes heavenwards and light the path so I will not stumble. Thank you Jesus. Amen.

Tweetable:

Help me to forge ahead in faith with my sword lifted. (tweet this)

Susan Harris

Susan Harris

Susan is a speaker, wife, mother, and former teacher. Prayer is her passion, and except for salvation, it is the subject on which she has spoken most frequently over 20 years of Christian ministry. She is also the author of three books – Little Copper Pennies for Kids, Little Copper Pennies: Celebrating the Life of the Canadian one cent piece (for adults) and Golden Apples in Silver Settings. She loves kittens, pennies, and making new friends. Find her at www.susanharris.ca, on Facebook at SusanHarrisCanadianAuthor, and on Twitter @SusanHarris20.

 

#UTCOP – How to Have a Day Marked by Prayer

How to Have A Day Marked by Prayer

by Stephanie Nickel

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Pray without ceasing (1 Thessalonians 5:17 ESV).

As I sat in the evening church service, I recommitted myself to beginning the day with prayer even before I roll out of bed. Then I thought about the prayers that could be inspired by my day-to-day life.

The following prayers can act as springboards throughout the day.

Prayer of Commitment

It could be as simple as saying, “Lord, thank You for the day before me. May I honour and glorify You, and may I bless those I come in contact with.”

Prayer of Protection

As we go about our morning routine, we can pray through the armour of God.

Lord, no matter what the enemy throws at me, may I stand . . . the belt of truth, the breastplate of righteousness, the readiness and firm footing of the gospel of peace, the shield of faith, the helmet of salvation, the sword of the Spirit (Your Word), and prayer all firmly in place. (See Ephesians 6.)

Prayer of Empowerment

Whether we’re students, stay-at-home parents, blue collar workers making minimum wage, or corporate execs, we all face daily challenges. And God is there to help. And we must remember God’s command to do everything as unto Him, which includes schoolwork, housework, and paperwork (1 Corinthians 10:31).

“Dear Lord, may I honour You as I face this day’s joys and challenges. May I accomplish each task to the best of my ability, leaning on You for wisdom, strength, and direction.”

Prayer of Connection

Each individual we come in contact with—in person, on the phone, or online—is someone we can pray for. It may be especially difficult to pray for those people who give us nothing but grief, but it’s important for them—and for us—that we do so.

“Dear Lord, I pray that in all my interactions I will glorify You. And today, Lord, I pray that You will bless each person I come in contact with. If they don’t know You, please draw them to Yourself. And if they do, draw them ever closer. May I be a blessing in each life. May I be a Christlike example.”

Prayer of Thanksgiving

Even after a particularly difficult day, there are many things to be thankful for: God’s provision, family, friends, a home, clothes to wear, food to eat, the abilities He has given us, and so much more. And there will be days that the first thing we thank Him for is that it’s over. Hopefully those days are few and far between.

“Dear God, I have so many reasons to thank You. It’s harder to remember that some days, but help me to do so. Thank You that You are unchanging, that You love me on my good days—and on the days I’d just as soon forget. Lord, even if I blew it today, thank You that tomorrow is a new day, a fresh start. Please bring to mind the things I have to be thankful for, especially when the negativity presses in.”

Prayer of Release

The end of the day is a wonderful time to release our worries, doubts, and fears to Him. Remember “he gives to his beloved sleep” (Psalm 127:2 ESV).

A good night’s rest is a gift from God.

There may be family concerns, problems at work, or health issues to contend with when we awaken, but if we open our hands and hearts and release our cares to the Lord, we can rest assured that He, indeed, cares for us.

“Lord, thank You that Your Word assures us of Your love and care. May I trust You to take care of me and all those I love. Even when things aren’t as I’d like them to be, may I rest in You. May I have confidence that You are working all things together for my good. May I enjoy the sleep You’ve promised to Your beloved. May I wake refreshed, ready to begin again for Your glory. Amen.”

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Lord, may each moment of my day be marked by prayer. (tweet this)

 

Steph Beth Nickel

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Steph Beth is a wife of over 30 years and the mother of three grown children. Steph’s eclectic interests include writing, editing, fitness, photography, and childbirth (she is also a labour doula).
Steph’s was honoured to co-author former Paralympian Deb Willows’ memoir. Living Beyond My Circumstances is available from Amazon and directly from the publisher, Castle Quay Books, among other places. 
Steph edits for Christian Editing Services under the leadership of Karen Burkett. She is a long-time member of The Word Guild and a more recent member of InScribe Christian Writers’ Fellowship.

Steph blogs at Steph’s Electic Interests. Her author website, Steph Beth Nickel, is a work-in-progress.

You can also find her at Steph’s Facebook and Steph’s Twitter.

Sunday Stillness – How I rely on God

Sunday Stillness – How I rely on God

 

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Picture of Malbork Castle taken in Malbork, Poland

This past month has been one of joy, and “overwhelmness”. I spent the month at my daughter’s awaiting the birth of their second child. I arrived at their house a week early (just in case); then we waited for an extra 10 days until our little granddaughter decided to make her appearance – coming in at 9 pounds 8 ounces. For a grandma, who is retired from the working world but loves working as a writer/artist, it was a busy but fulfilling month.

Last Monday everything fell into place for me to return home to my hubby (who patiently awaited my return). I arrived home and 15 minutes later the skies opened. And I mean opened. I have never seen a rain so heavy. We had a lake in our front yard and back yard. I praised the Lord that He got me home before all that rain fell.

This past week as I prepared to run a Vacation Bible School this week at our church I looked back at the month and thanked God for the strength, the peace and the joy I had visiting my daughter and her family.

Then I thanked Him again – because He put everything in place for VBS. I did not have enough volunteers – and He brought them in. I had no time to advertise and we have more children registered than other years.

And I came down with the achy flu which knocked me out for a day and a half. But things are still falling into place (even this post). Instead of fretting I went to bed – slept, prayed and let my body heal.

I know that God will have all the details figured out for me. I trust in Him alone.

I love Proverbs 18:10 

The name of the Lord is a strong tower;
The righteous runs into it and is safe (NASB).

One of my favourite songs is A Strong Tower – Blessed be the Name of the Lord.

Enjoy this version by Morris Champman.

Prayer:

Lord, thank You for being constant, consistent and always with me. Thank You for caring for my family, for preparing everything for VBS, for keeping me calm and reliant on You. In Jesus’ name. AMEN.

Tweetables:

I know that God will have all the details figured out for me. (tweet this)

I trust in God alone. (tweet this)

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Still Saturday by Sandra Heskaking

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The Weekend Brew by Barbie

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Sunday Stillness – Romans 10:11

Sunday Stillness – Romans 10:11

 

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Oh I get so much wisdom from reading my Bible. As I prepared for my blogging holiday which officially ends today – Mother’s Day, I read through the New Testament in a Lenten Study spurred on my Margaret Feinberg.

Trust – an amazing word.

We are told not to put our hope in man but in God. Trust in Him with all our heart, our souls and our minds.

And as we trust in Him we will not be shaken.

One of the first songs I heard just after I accepted Christ’s call to follow Him, was I will Not be Shaken.. and the worship team sang NO NO after they said that. Very powerful.

I will not be shaken – no no.

I will not be moved. I will not be shaken.

Here is the video of that song I will Not Be Shaken by Vineyard. Glad to be back. I hope to continue with Sunday Stillness for a long time to come. I pray that you will enjoy the posts joined together with Under the Cover of Prayer.

Prayer:

Thank you Lord for loyal followers of this blog – but mostly importantly followers of You. As we study and learn together help us become a close community – fervent in prayer. In Jesus’ Name, I pray. Amen. If I can pray for you please email me at Under the Cover of Prayer.

Tweetables:

I will declare my choice to the nations. I will worship God all my days. (tweet this)

I will serve my God All my days. The Word of the Lord will stand. (Tweet this)

I will not be shaken – no no I will not be moved I will not shaken. (tweet this)

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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

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Sunday Stillness – How to Be Content in the Fog

Sunday Stillness – How to Be Content in the Fog

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God does not tell you what He is going to do – He reveals to you Who He is (Oswald Chambers, January 2).

I wrote in my journal on Friday a question to God. The answer came in my morning reading. My question: “Can I please see clearly, Lord”. You can read more of this exchange with God at Under the Cover of Prayer.

What I did learn was:

Don’t ask the fog to lift. Trust Jesus in the fog. (click to Tweet)

Seek His face alone.

Learn from Jesus while you are in the fog. (click to Tweet)

 

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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

Still Saturday

 Sharing His Beauty

Missional Women – Faith Filled Fridays

Scripture and Snapshot

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The Weekend Brew

 

 




Can I Please See Clearly, Lord?

Can I Please See Clearly, Lord?

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I wrote in my journal specific prayers for me. My first one read:

1. To see clearly what You want me to do.

As I read my morning devotionals that morning it became very clear that God would not answer my first request the way I thought. But He did answer it, His way.

Here is what I found out:

You don’t know what you are going to do. The only thing you know is that God knows what He is doing (Oswald Chambers, January 2).

It is not for me to know. As I read Oswald Chambers that morning I realized that if I place my trust in Jesus I need not know the answer to that question, “May I see clearly?”

By faith Abraham, when called to go to a place he would later receive as his inheritance, obeyed and went, even though he did not know where he was going (Hebrews 11:8, NIV). Emphasis is mine.

Each day I need only to pray and then to “go out” trusting God will be with me.

Wherever I go and whatever I do.

Each morning as you wake, there is an opportunity to “go out” building your confidence in God (Oswald Chambers, January 2).

Here is a video by Chris Tomlin – I Will Follow

And as I am reading Not a Fan, by Kyle Idelman I know these truths:

If I am to be a follower of Jesus, I will follow NOT lead. (tweet this)

If I am to be a follower of Jesus, I will remember that I am a slave of Jesus and He is the Master. (tweet this)

Prayer:

Thank You for answering my request, not as I expected, but You did answer it. I don’t need to see clearly. I need only to follow You, Jesus. In Your Name, I pray. AMEN.

Janis Cox

Janis is a creativity catalyst with a heart to connect people to God. She specializes in creating art based on Scripture so that the Truth penetrates hearts and not just minds.The world needs more pictures, art and colour.
God speaks through our creativity. We connect deeply with God through creativity because it is play. Our doubts fall away. We become like the little children Jesus invited to Himself. Janis helps people play, connect to God and connect to each other. Honest simple reminders to remain rooted in Him.

Janis is the author of the award-winning children’s books, Tadeo Turtle, and The Kingdom of Thrim.  She is the author and watercolour illustrator. She is a member of The Word Guild andInscribe Writers Fellowship. Visit her bookstore.  

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Why Start Your Faith Journey with the Book of John?

Why Start Your Faith Journey with the Book of John?

by Brenda Wood

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When I first invited Jesus into my life, someone suggested that I start my new journey with Christ in the Book of John. I’ve since offered the same advice to other newbies. Why do we do that?

According to the introduction to John in the Amplified Bible, this book is very different from the other three Gospels. Its purpose is to report the signs or miracles of Christ so that we might believe that Jesus is the Christ. In fact, the word “believe (trust, adhere to, rely on)” occurs ninety-eight times in this writing.

As we learn to believe, we will learn to trust, and the more we do that,
the more we will pray and obey. (Tweetable)

Who among you fears the Lord and obeys the word of his servant? Let the one who walks in the dark, who has no light, trust in the name of the Lord and rely on their God (Isaiah 50:10, NIV).

So have your read the Book of John lately? It would be a great place to start if you need to rekindle your faith.

 In the beginning was the Word, and the Word was with God, and the Word was God. He was with God in the beginning. Through him all things were made; without him nothing was made that has been made. In him was life, and that life was the light of all mankind. The light shines in the darkness, and the darkness has not overcome it (John 1:1-5, NIV).

Prayer:

Lord, we believe. Help our unbelief! (from Mark 9:24) In Jesus’ Name. Amen.

A popular motivational speaker, Brenda, of Barrie, Ontario is known for her common sense wisdom, sense of humour and quirky comments. Brenda especially enjoys speaking at women’s retreats and conferences, community events, Mops, World Day of Prayer, and Stonecroft Ministries.

A prolific author, her current books include:

The Big Red Chair: a children’s book dealing with the loss of a grandparent.
Meeting Myself: Snippets from a Fractured Mind:  the author’s recovery from abuse and eating disorders.
Hearts Under Construction: A motivational cookbook designed to feed both body and soul
Heartfelt: 366 Devotions for Common Sense Living.
God, Gluttony and You: a Bible Study dealing with our relationship to food.
Read more at:
http://heartfeltdevotionals.wordpress.com
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