by Heather Bock When I reach the end of a day, and I mean the flat-out exhausted, can't think properly anymore, very end of a day (the way most of my days end), I sometimes have to face the reality that I haven't spent the amount of time in prayer I'd like to and/or I … Continue reading Love Not Less Than or More Than but Even Then
by Heather Bock God used a poverty-stricken widow to convict me this week. I started by questioning her faith and ended by admiring it. Elijah had been in hiding, presumably from King Ahab (described as the king who did more to provoke the LORD than all the kings of Israel before him--I Ki. 16:33), … Continue reading Do I Have the Faith of the Widow of Zarephath?
We're coming up on another new year--really? Again? So, when you look ahead to the new year, do you look ahead with no real emotions, or do you have a mixture of anticipation, excitement, fear, or anxiety? I'm not usually a very anxious person, but sometimes even I feel twinges of anxiety as I look … Continue reading Provision