The breakthrough God is trying to get us to is one that will have lifelong and even eternal impact, we only must summon the courage and look past our own pain to slay the green-eyed monster.
Today I'm sharing a podcast I posted today about things we just don't understand. Click the link below to hear the episode. https://leakpeters.podbean.com/e/above-my-pay-grade/
I’ve had things happen to me in life that I couldn’t explain and there are still some things I can’t explain; they still don’t have a place to fit into in my life. So, those pieces just sit out on the periphery of the puzzle, waiting to be fit at the right moment.
I now have a captive audience.
People in this world will disappoint us and we often further disappoint ourselves when we expect others to understand us or want to help us when it feels as if we are going to collapse under the weight of life.
I no longer worry about how long a process will take; it will take as long as it takes. There’s always a reason God puts us through His processes – and we are not always going to be privy to His reasons.
I am guilty of being surprised or even ungrateful when God sends blessings and answers to prayer time and again and I continue to accuse Him of not hearing my cries for help.
Every year I follow a Bible reading plan that, by this time, brings me to the "minor" prophetic books. I don't understand why the term "minor" prophets was coined except for the fact that these books are shorter in length than the "major" prophetic books like Isaiah and Jeremiah. From these so-called minor books I've … Continue reading Major Truth in Minor Books
Have you ever had a rough day? Gone through a rough season in your life and wondered, “Who is to blame for this?” We all have, consciously or not, wondered whose fault it was for the conditions we found ourselves in when life got messy. Jesus was asked the same question by those wondering why … Continue reading Ask the Right Question
How did I get here? When I was a child and teenager, the "how did I get here" questions of life never crossed my mind. I suppose it's because there wasn't enough history to my life to think about how I got somewhere. If I was ever asked that question, it usually was in reference to … Continue reading Dad Brought Me