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

Day 16: Thankful for Simple Pleasures

A funny meme Laughing with your partner/friends A good book 24 hour power supply (if you have it) - trust me, this ain't a simple pleasure for billions across the world. A very funny Trevor Noah clip 🙂 A walk in the park The subtle tones of yellow and orange on autumn's leaves A nice … Continue reading Day 16: Thankful for Simple Pleasures