Connecting Columbia Union Seventh-day Adventists
- Year of the Bible
These verses challenged me to try to understand the heart-faith change God was seeking, and this became my daily reading.
God’s thinking and ways are not ours (Isaiah 55:8). He is infinite. We are finite. He is far beyond our vaunted logic, reason and sense of fairness.
I am not supposed to worry about tomorrow, but still, I tend to worry.
I was blessed to have parents who always believed in me. Their willingness to be there for me meant the world. It gave me strength and confidence to move forward when, at times, I didn’t think I could.
We have a God who keeps promises without limits! Sadly, we are the ones who set the limits. His promise always remains the same, even today.
I boarded the train for home after attending my sister’s funeral in Georgia. A friend agreed to pick me up at the station, but after arriving, I waited and waited with no sign of him at all.
I was again assured that God was with me, and He will be with me wherever I go.
With her three little ones, my mother knew she could not remain where she lived, and so began her trek of fleeing from point A to point B to point C, always needing to stay ahead and out of the enemy’s path.
Everything is God’s in the first place, and we are just returning a small portion to Him. Tithing symbolizes trust in God that He will provide for all our needs.
A brother's love is stronger than a friend’s love because your brother has been with you from the very beginning.