I longed for straight legs. Normal legs with knees that met in the middle. Instead, they curved out like two crescent moons, kissing at their tips. More
One of my all-time favorite promises for God’s people is found in Romans 8:28:
And we know that for those who love God all things work together for good, for those who are called according to his purpose.
I wonder if anyone has ever showed you how God faithfully kept this same promise to His people throughout Scripture, in history. There are so many stories I could point to, but we’ll just look at one today in the book of Ruth. (And no, I’m not ultimately talking about the love story between Ruth and Boaz—this book is about so much more than that!) More
When I graduated from high school, someone slipped me a slim, purple book full of promises from God’s Word for the new graduate. What I didn’t understand when I placed that book in my college dorm room was that God’s Word isn’t just a big flip-and-locate-different-promises-to-claim-for-your-life sort of book. All of Scripture is one giant promise kept! More
Anna wrote me recently:
No one taught me how to study the Bible for years. (Or if they did, it didn’t stick.) I’d just open the Good Book up and try to discern a message from God. More
I balked when Erin Davis (LiesYoungWomenBelieve.com blog manager) asked me to write a post about why I read the Bible. Sounds simple enough, right? But my mind went blank. Utterly empty. More
I’ve drifted from the Book.
Oh, I still read it nearly every day. I even make sure it’s on top of my stack of books, out of reverence for it. (Or is it just habit now?) More
I admit it. When I saw the theme of this year’s Gospel Coalition Women’s Conference, I wasn’t overly enthused. Nehemiah? And I care because . . .? (Okay, I didn’t consciously think that, but I might as well have.) More