Welcome to March!
Cabin fever has set in and there's this longing for the sun's warmth and the color of flowers. While it's a dream and hope for us as spring arrives, there's this yearning and ache for a new season. Yet even today, we remember our needs are being met by a holy, loving God. "As for me, I am poor and needy, but the Lord takes thought of me. You are my help and my deliverer; do not delay O God" (Ps 40:17).
In whatever lies ahead for you today or this weekend, may you rest in the comfort of your true help and strong deliverer, our mighty God and fount of Living Water.
This Week On The Blog
My article last week at Momma Theologians was about developing our theology of suffering. Here's a few of the social media graphics Rachel graciously put together, to help outline truths we can hold onto.
This Week in Articles
I always love a good book list :) Tim Challies put this one together as we consider ways to meditate on the Easter season.
Here's an interview with Betsy Childs Howard on her new book "Polly and the Screen Time Overload" helping parents evaluate use of screen time. There's also an Instagram Live if you want to hear more!
"Reading God’s Word can be a battle at times. So you go days, weeks, months, even years without consistent, sustained, fruitful time in the Word. And you feel alone." Read more to discover the battle in our hearts and how to fight.
Perhaps it's been too long since you were single to remember what its like. We can often be careless in our words or inconsiderate of the struggle. This article will help grow your understanding and attentiveness for our brothers and sisters in Christ.
John Bunyan's Pilgrim's Progress gives us a neat insight into fighting spiritual battles, find 4 tips here.
THIS has been on repeat, what a wonderful balm for the soul this week! Check out this song by Shane & Shane and their new album, Psalms, Hymns and Spiritual Songs