Tag Archives: God’s presence

My Shade

Ask me to describe God and I might start with His attributes. God is love. He is all-knowing, all-powerful, and ever-present. He is holy, He is good, and He is unchanging. He is sovereign, He is just. He is merciful, … Continue reading

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And He Played the Harp Too

To quote Admiral Boom from Mary Poppins, “A word of advice, young man. Storm signals are up at number 17. Bit of heavy weather brewing there.” Number 17, in my reading this morning, was anywhere Saul was. The ego-driven king … Continue reading

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Let Your Face Shine

They were God’s vineyard. As a vine brought out of Egypt, they had driven out the nations, been planted, and had taken deep root in a land prepared for them. And for a time they flourished. They had grown to … Continue reading

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The Lord is a Warrior

I just don’t know that you’re going to find it in a list of the names of Jehovah. Can’t ever recall seeing it among His attributes or included as part of a role of descriptors Scripture uses of His nature. … Continue reading

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A Bit of the Presence While Waiting for the Promise

One of those mornings where I feel a bit dry even after having sipped from the well of His Word. Nothing really coming to mind and so I go back through my journal and see what thoughts were stirred in … Continue reading

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Fear Not . . . I Am With You

I guess there are saviors, and then there are saviors. There are the super-hero saviors who swoop in to rescue and then, just as quickly, fly away. Those who deliver from immediate danger, but may be busy somewhere else when … Continue reading

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So God, What Are You Thinking?

Hovering over Psalm 139 this morning. Perhaps one of the most introspective songs of David, yet one of the most outwardly focused. There’s a sense of hush and awe as David considers the all-knowing, ever-present nature of Jehovah. A sense … Continue reading

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