· Posted by Walking Worthy at 10:50
‘Be still, and know that I am God’
Everyone knows this verse. We’ve seen it on calendars of peaceful streams, heard it preached on, sung it in a worship song, maybe memorised it as children.
But have you ever really thought about what it means? Knowing that HE is God. I think this verse is wonderful for showing us that when we are stressed out and worrying about things, we need to just take a moment to remind ourselves that HE is God. It is not up to us to control our lives, or make things work out. HE is God.
So let Him be God. Let Him be who He is! Don’t try and set yourself up in His place (you know that’s an extremely dangerous experiment to try, right?). He holds the future (Eph. 1:5), He rules (Zec. 9:10), He is on the throne (Psalm 45:6) and His faithfulness is great (Lam. 3:23).
Rest and be still in the knowledge that HE is God.
· Posted by Walking Worthy at 20:37
Please pray for our brothers and sisters in Egypt, in times like this minority groups like Christians are often persecuted. Pray that the Lord will give them strength and that there would be a strong witness despite the turmoil.
· Posted by Walking Worthy at 22:15
A song to thrill your heart and give you hope.
A sweet prayer in honour of the new Prince, born earlier this week.
Have a lovely weekend!
· Posted by Walking Worthy at 23:55
A few months ago I read "A New Name" as recommended by a friend. One of the issues raised by Emma Scrivener, the author, is this issue of identity. Who are we? What defines us?
A New Name is an excellent read and is one of the best written books that I have read. You can procure a copy for around £9.00 and is well worth every penny. The book is written as an autobiography and as such holds some delightful insites into the psychology of those suffering of Anorexia. I highly recommend this book for your sumer reading.