DAYS 38-40 – EL OLAM

Okay already. I'm finally going to do it. I am putting this book to rest. Christmas is over. We are halfway through January and I am going to move past it. So long "Through Their Eyes" see ya next year. In the last days of this book we travel with the wise men from the … Continue reading DAYS 38-40 – EL OLAM

Day 37 – They looked in all the wrong places

Looking in all the wrong places. I do it everyday, especially my reading glasses and my tennis shoes. This has caused me to invest in multiple pairs, multiple reading glasses, and multiple work out shoes. If I can't find one pair I will just go and grab another pair. So, you might ask, what happens … Continue reading Day 37 – They looked in all the wrong places

DAY 36 – WHAT ABOUT THAT STAR?

  The wise scribe approached his writing table. The ancient text was placed before him. It was a tedious task but an important one. Carefully and painstakingly, he copied word for word the manuscript that called to him day after day. It was the inspired Word of God and it was his job to preserve … Continue reading DAY 36 – WHAT ABOUT THAT STAR?

Day 35 – Everything we need

We are in the home stretch. Day 35 in the book "Through Their Eyes". I just wanted to make a few more remarks about this wonderful woman of God. Anna was old. We know that she had spent the last 84 years in the temple day in and day out prophesying and praying and fasting. … Continue reading Day 35 – Everything we need

Day 34 – I can do that!

"There was a prophetess, Anna, from the family of Phanuel in the tribe of Asher. Anna was very old. She had once been married for seven years. Then her husband died, and she was a widow for eighty-four years. Anna never left the Temple but worshiped God, going without food and praying day and night. … Continue reading Day 34 – I can do that!

Day 33 – You take that back

Words. Our words. Communitcation begins with a word. My grandson is just beginning to learn how to say one word at a time. He's 7 months old. He can't conjugate sentences, but he can repeat syllables over and over again. "Dadadadadadadada." Oops, can you say "mamamamamama?" That's how we learn to communicate. One syllable at … Continue reading Day 33 – You take that back

Day 32 – Holding onto the Promise

How long is too long? Sometimes why does it take so long for God's promises to come to fruition in our lives? When are we suppose to give up on His promise? Well according to Simeon's example - never. At some point on Simeon's timeline God interjected a promise to him. The promise, "Simeon would … Continue reading Day 32 – Holding onto the Promise

Day 31 – Prompted

Oh to live like Simeon. To be so sensitive to the Spirit's leading. Don't you wonder what it was like to feel the Spirit tug at him and lead him to the temple that day. There were several things Simeon did that set him in the sphere to hear from God. Read Luke 2:25-28 in … Continue reading Day 31 – Prompted

Day 30 – The Presentation

I know I'm a little behind. I am trying to catch up in the book, "Through Their Eyes." How about you? Don't worry let's press on. The lessons I learned while writing the After Christmas Special section were beyond priceless for me. This section was what got me going, propelling me into the new year. … Continue reading Day 30 – The Presentation

Day 29 – God of New Beginnings

We do it all the time. The internet running too slow; hit the reset button. Your phone gets frozen; do a hard reset. Your computer gets caught in the loop; just restart it. Direct TV not working; unplug it and start over. Starting over clears out all the excess data that is slowing down our … Continue reading Day 29 – God of New Beginnings