Some excellent points in a recent study I am involved in with a couple awesome sisters in the Lord. Wonderful truths and thoughts!
The more intimately we know God, the easier it will be for us to trust Him. The more we trust Him, the more works we will give as evidence of that trust.
There is no greater evidence of what we really believe than how we behave. If what we say we believe does not affect our behavior, it is to be doubted.
We are saved by faith ALONE-but not by faith that IS alone.
God holds us accountable only for how we respond to those truths to which we have been exposed. Your walk with God and your ministry to others is directly tied to what you do with what God has revealed to you.
All of us should recognize that we stand before God always and ONLY by grace. Yet sadly though we recognize our need from grace from God, often we demand justice in our relationships with others.
We all need to experience and embrace God's forgiveness in a great enough measure to become agents of grace in the lives of others.
Thursday, December 28, 2006
Wednesday, December 06, 2006
Went to the Wild game last night. Sat in the corner 3 rows off the glass. I wouldn't recommend sitting in these seats unless you have the chance to see a shootout like last nights game. I recommend checking it out. It was amazing and I was and am still annoyed they gave Rolston the "player of the game." You should've seen his lame attempt at a goal in the shoot-out. Bouchard deserved the title with his backward scoring acrobatic trickery. As my brother-in-law exclaims quite frequently "UNBELIEVABLE!" http://sports.espn.go.com/nhl/recap?gameId=261205030