“Biblical love is doing whatever it takes to show someone the glory of God.”—Pastor Christopher W. Brooks during part 3 of his sermon series Encountering Jesus (February 24, 2013)
Take a Risk Challenge: While interacting with others this week, do whatever it takes to show others the glory of God. Expressing biblical love truly is displaying a radical act of love.
My One Thousand Gifts List
Finishing my blog post before my children arose, giving me time to plan for engaging them
God giving me the Finding Treasures activity for the boys
God giving me a new meal to cook that was delicious
Kamil calling to see if Nate was available to go to the zoo
Going to bed before 11 p.m.
God waking me up at 4:15 a.m. and giving me chapter content for Satisfying God, my discipleship lesson focus, more children’s activities ideas and parenting column ideas
Being able to complete two months’ of minutes for the LSCO
Discovering the God’s Eye craft is a ritual tool and magical tool
Joshua asking me to pray for him because he was frustrated about having to throw away his God’s Eye and me being able to share with him the things I had to discard that represented false gods
A quiet car on the way to pick up Joshua