"Where we least expect Him, He comes most fully. He invades our lives; He goes where there is no room so we might find a home in Him. The One who had no home is making a home for us (John 14:3)."
@dandarling in The Characters of Christmas
In The Deeper Life, Tozer demonstrates how the ancient heart-thirst felt by all of us can only be quenched by the personal presence of God Himself. Tozer wants to ignite a divine fire in our souls. >> bit.ly/3EKqcrR
"The Prince of Peace brings us peace with God, the end of spiritual enmity and striving to secure God’s favor through our good works, as well as peace of mind and heart, a state of being at rest despite difficult circumstances because we know that God is in control."
In this new biography Terry Glaspey introduces readers to the life, thoughts, & legacy of C.S. Lewis. Lewis shows how our lives can be lived in light of eternity and can demonstrate the hope that endures, even in these shadowlands. >> bit.ly/3EIcZjb
I turned in my book on women and work today!!
My prayer for this book is that it will equip women to know that their work (inside or outside the home) has deep significance and value.
Thankful to @MoodyPublishers for allowing me to steward this message.
🕯️5 Resources for Advent 🧵
1/5: A "Beginners Guide to the Liturgical Calendar" with prayers, Scriptures and ways to participate at home or church. Props t@MoodyPublishersrs for making this beautiful. Get it heredropbox.com/s/9p4ax6yqme4a…Zl
"God is always orchestrating the events of this world—including the events in your own life—to accomplish His holy, eternal purposes, to see that His Word is fulfilled."
@NancyDeMoss in The First Songs of Christmas
"For a Child will be born to us, a Son will be given to us;
And the government will rest on His shoulders;
And His name will be called Wonderful Counselor, Mighty God,
Eternal Father, Prince of Peace." Isaiah 9:6
"Enemy mode" refers to the fact that your brain sometimes treats others as enemies to be defeated, instead of as people to be loved.
Learn more from neuropsychologist Jim Wilder and Brigadier general Ray Woolridge in this new podcast. bit.ly/3i4a4Ke
@DenisonForum@pioneersusa@MoodyPublishers Great excerpt!
"...let’s think long term, even about short-term missions, and make an impact both during our time on the field and in our church community at home when we return."
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“Gratitude is a lifestyle. A hard-fought, grace-infused, biblical lifestyle.”
@NancyDeMoss in Choosing Gratitude
Today, and every day we are thankful for our authors and readers and the work of resourcing the Church that we are privileged to do.
"Joy and sorrow.
Loss and gain.
Broken and whole.
Grateful and devastated.
Adoption can be beautiful, but only if that beauty makes room for joy and loss to sit together."
Brittany Salmon, author of It Takes More Than Love on #nationaladoptionday