The one who created hydrogen bonds, Autumn and E minor. The one who breathed the fire in the sky, Who placed the stars in space and hung the earth perfectly. He who decided birds would fly and fish would swim. Who created the tides and the waxing of the moon, Who breathes air into lungs and who commands the sun to rise. The one who spoke creation into being, That’s my father, that’s my God.
The God whose name is higher than any other name, Whose love is deeper than any ocean. The God whose rule and reign shall ever be, Whose word won’t fade and whose power shakes the earth. The God who loves despite failures, Who ransoms souls and called me by name. That’s my father, That’s my God.
Joshua 5:13-15 describes with only a few words one crazy encounter Joshua had on the eve of battle.
They were looking to overthrow the great city of Jericho. While Joshua apparently needed loads of encouragement at that point he may have thought they already had it in the bag. He had a promise of the land, he had a plan, he had a strategy. (more…)
We’ve been doing this House Thing for a couple of years now, and as happens from time to time, this is another of those hinge points. This is a crucial moment in our journey where we again need to pause, take a look around, turn our ears to God, assess where things are going and ask “what’s next?”
The contract at 93 will be up for renewal early September, Seb will be jetting off to his fantastic YWAM DTS in Mexico, Jack’s planning to start travelling and Sumanth will likely be with us only to the end of the year. At least one of our houses won’t be affordable. Way more important than all that though is that we always want to be doing what God’s blessing rather than asking God to bless our plans. If the cloud moves, so must we. (more…)