Lord take take take it all take take take it all be exalted. be praised, be magnified tomorrow be mighty in our hearts and let us sing our love of your greatest Love the whole world and all of existence were changed when you were born tomorrow, continue to change hearts beat it loud in us let the joy swell, and overflow until the room cannot contain it. and every heart is twisted and wrenched to respond to You Glory in the highest to You. This is my prayer Lord. search my heart. may your presence fill the room.
Today, Zi comes in with her Leap Frog Toy, and says, "Ate! Doll." I said, "no it’s Zi’s doll." She takes it, hugs it, and says, "How are you, Doll?"
this morning, before Zi wakes up, I went from reading John MacArthur Jr. to Mark Driscoll. I’d have to say, both were interesting reads. The first book is entitled "The Christ of Christmas" by J.MacArthur, explaining the ‘why’ Christ came. Then as I was researching more on J.MacArthur’s documented reputation and some of the his controversial stands, I stumbled upon a blog that stressed the thinking Christian, which led me to my first link that I want to share: www.gty.org : J.MacArthur’s sermons I also want to quote him for a well noted observation on today’s generation and their lack of discipline to read Biblical resources, one including the most powerful and fundamental, the Bible. I have to admit, with the same observation, kids these days would rather respond to sermons that require the heart more than the head, feeling over reason, mushiness over substance. With that said, I have an aversion to sermons that are more agenda opinion based, rather than focusing on God-centric messages. However, I do admire those that can traverse between the dual spheres, from the head to the heart and get the people’s lives into the Word and the Word into people’s lives, without having to […]
As I was putting Zi to sleep, out of the blue, and without prompting, she said "lub you." These moments are priceless. Tags: milestone, 19months
Sometimes I want to crawl into a ball and roll back into my youth, when I saw people lead the ministries that I do now. Maybe it’s a sense of nostalgia, or wanting to observe them again, and question if they have the same feelings and concerns that I have now.
I know I’ve been collecting books for my brother through the ongoing BOOK DRIVE, but my little sister is also raising money for her birthday goal to help BUILD A WELL for developing nations, people who desperately need clean water to live. If you can even give a dollar, it would be super sWELL. We’re blessed to be a blessing. Katherine and MK’s Birthdaymycharitywater.org
"Howyoo?" (How are you?) Tonight, she said, all in her own, "howyoo, Ate?"