Day 26: Thankful for Challenges

If Goliath hadn't come out roaring and spitting out threats, David might have been confined to the backside of history as a good shepherd boy. If Nebuchadnezzar hadn't issued his threats, we wouldn't have discovered the dangerous boldness hiding inside the scrawny teenage bodies of Shadrach, Meshach and Abednego. If Moses hadn't been forced to … Continue reading Day 26: Thankful for Challenges

Day 25: Thankful for Unanswered Prayers

You might have clicked on this post wondering why in the world we would be thanking God for unanswered prayers. Unfortunately, years of imbalanced theology have led us to think that God HAS to give us everything we want. We tend to forget that every 'no' from God is a 'yes' to a bigger and … Continue reading Day 25: Thankful for Unanswered Prayers

Day 24: Thank God for Redeeming Love

One of my all-time favourite piece of Christian fiction is 'Redeeming Love' by Francine Rivers. It's a beautiful re-telling of the story of Hosea who went to great lengths to love his persistently unfaithful wife, Gomer. Gomer tested that man - kai! 🙂 Beyond being a beautiful and intriguing narrative, their problematic marriage was a … Continue reading Day 24: Thank God for Redeeming Love

Day 22: Thankful for the Church

Hey there! Thanks again for stopping by 🙂 Hope you enjoyed your Zoom/YouTube/socially-distanced worship service today! I just want to encourage you to take a moment and express gratitude for your local church and the global Church. We are very quick to share and comment on posts that expose the many flaws of the Church … Continue reading Day 22: Thankful for the Church

Day 21: Thankful for the Privilege of Prayer

Prayer is a powerful weapon and privilege given to us as Christians. God Himself assures us in Jeremiah 33:3, "call unto me and I will answer you and I will show you great and mighty things you have not known." The beauty of prayer is that you can call unto Him in the shower, while … Continue reading Day 21: Thankful for the Privilege of Prayer

Day 20: Grateful for My Identity in Christ

I was listening to one of Myles Munroe's teachings and he was talking about the fact that only a manufacturer can really determine the true identity of a product. In other words, only what God (your Creator) says about you is valid; everybody else's opinion should be taken with a pinch of salt because, frankly, … Continue reading Day 20: Grateful for My Identity in Christ