Excuse me?! That is the opposite of what most of us believe and experience. We experience God as love best when we are feeling blessed, successful, rescued or well-provided for. People write books in order to convince sufferers that God is Love even, not especially, during the bad times.
Take your children out and about and discover all the signs of Spring that you can find. Talk about “new life.”
Oswald Chambers and I are echoing the oft sounded message of Jesus that we can “be” the light, be the salt, be the love that an “unloved other” needs to be redeemed.
How do you and I learn to “Be Love” for the children who are growing up in a world of perils that have never existed before?
How determined are you to put all the pieces together in order to see Reality, instead of illusion? Is it important to you to learn to see the world more and more as God sees? The value of such sight, of course, is that as our vision/version of the world becomes more grounded in the truth, it becomes more and more likely that we will make life enhancing decisions.
Our most significant resource on the planet Earth is fertile soil. Each year we lose 24 billion tons.
The planet is dying.
You can speed up the process by which this precious resource is renewed. It may be the most significant single thing you can do for the future of the children you love.
As part of Edward Sylvan’s series about “authors who are making an important social impact”, Here is his interview with Ken Whitt.
I am excited to introduce to my readers/viewers to one of my favorite storytellers. She happens to also be one of my favorite sisters-in-law and one of the most supportive collaborators in the writing of my book, God Is Just Love. In the center of the photo above is Jessie Kerr-Whitt.
On Day 3, David is trying to convince King Saul that he is the one to be sent to the front lines to do battle with Goliath, the Philistine’s giant. What is David’s best argument?
Sometimes in my book, God Is Just Love, Building Spiritual Resilience for the Sake of Our Children and the Creation, I talk about preparing for the future. That has led to some readers asking me, “Are you a prophet?”