‘I will hope in your name, for your name is good.’ I have been reading the Psalms over the past week. I wanted to write a small reflection on one of them. I am learning a lot from reading the Psalms this time around, especially how important perspective is. In many of these Psalms, David is being hotly pursued for his life. While he does … Continue reading Reflections on Psalm 52. (Perspective matters)
This is something I have been challenged on over the past few months. To truly think about what I am filling myself with and what I need to surrender to God. As I was reading through Matthew 12, there was the use of the imagery of a tree. A tree which can only bear good fruit or it can only bear bad fruit. It cannot … Continue reading Amsterdam Ministry: What am I allowing my life to be filled with?
I finished 2 Corinthians last week and wanted share some truths from the letter. There are many themes and questions that run throughout. The three I want to focus on is rebuke, hope and restoration. This was Paul’s second letter of correction to the Corinthians. These were people that he loved. He wanted them to live in the truth. Even though he was having to … Continue reading (2 Corinthians)- Rebuke, hope, restoration.
This is a new series that I will be doing, while I am in Amsterdam. It will be full of scriptural encouragement, lessons I am learning and life in general. I hope you will enjoy it! I want to begin with a Psalm that I was given the night before I jouryned to Amsterdam. Psalm 121 I lift up my eyes to the mountains-Where does … Continue reading Amsterdam Ministry. (The beginning)
‘Do not lose sight of what is important’ is a reminder that I have propped on my bookshelf, which came from a quiet time this weekend where I had been blinded with fear. The past weekend I spent in a fearful state because I believed a situation had happened that would have severe consequences. It did not matter that people had told me not to … Continue reading Lessons I’m learning from: not losing sight of what is important!