The command to 'be strong and courageous' is used several times throughout the bible. After the death of Moses at the end of Deuteronomy, Joshua 1 starts off with the Lord speaking commands to Joshua. Joshua became Israel's leader and was in charge of leading more...

I've heard this verse, Nehemiah 8:10, many times but have never read the context around it. In Nehemiah 8:1-9 the people gathered as Ezra read God's word. The word was presented so that the people could understand it - they were hungry to hear it and...

Colby picked the title of our blog based off of some old testament verses, however this verse really drives the point of the title for me. I love the message version of Galatians 6:9-10 - So let’s not allow ourselves to get fatigued doing good. At...

Help Lord, I'm Tired This week I'm feeling the enemy's presence. I'm a little worn out and emotionally exhausted, but the Lord reminded of this sermon. Despite my exhaustion, the Lord has continued to be so sweet and he has given me strength. But I know...

Lately, I can't get enough of sermons from the Brooklyn Tabernacle Church. Sometimes I wish I could just sit in my room and listen all day. They are SO good and so far, every sermon I have listened to just rocks my world. The one I...

I mentioned in a recent post, Waiting on God, that I was going to be writing a few posts about the magazine I received on waiting. There is a devotional in the magazine that covers chapter 40 of Isaiah, which refers to the restoration after the exile when...

When I have my quiet times and journal I start out with praises. On this journey and blog I feel as though I've been asking for so many things, instead of praising God for what I already have. It makes me think of a parent...