I’m sure there are lots of words from our sibs in the Lord out there, but here are a couple I’ve recently come across, and I’d like to share them with you:
Letter from Jesus to his Beloved, Broken hearted Daughters At Unmerited Grace, by Mwenda. This is the first of Mwenda’s writings I’ve seen. I think it’s amazing, and I look forward to reading more.
The Great Assumption at Milt Rodriguez’s Blog, by Milt (who else?). Whether or not you agree with him, this will challenge some of us, bring grace to others, and probably anger a few. Personally, I think he has a point, though I’m not sure I would have said that a couple of years ago.
Stir the Deep with Me at Stirring the Deep, by Rachel. Rachel has gone to a lot of work to put together this great series of videos. She isn’t finished with them yet. I suggest that if the material is new to you, you take notes and spend some time practicing each one before you go on to the next. This practice has absolutely revolutionized my life and my relationship with Jesus. (Is there a difference between my life and my relationship with Jesus? Less and less, all gratitude and glory to Him.)
New Year’s ReVolution at . . . the centrality and supremacy of Jesus Christ . . . by David D. Flowers. This develops a similar theme to Milt Rodriguez’s post (linked above) only in a somewhat different direction. It’s a reminder that if we have anything–anything at all–as our priority, besides drawing close to Jesus, we are seriously off track.
Condemnation on Birget Whelan, by Birget Whelan. What a ministry to the hurting heart! Not so long ago it was not unusual for me to feel so burdened down and distressed by past sins and my own unworthiness that I must have really irritated God, whose blood I dishonored by my unbelief. It’s not about our unworthiness–it’s about His love.
Not exhaustive (what if it were! It might never end.), and not in any particular order. I hope the Holy Spirit will speak to you through these brothers and sisters as He has to me.
I found another one! The Couch of Completion at . . . the centrality and supremacy of Jesus Christ . . . by David D. Flowers. Not a new post, but a much-needed one.