Beth was back this week with a new series. Check it out!
So, a few months ago I followed this series, Family Calamity, and dealt with some pretty sensitive thoughts concerning my family of origin and how this series helped me. I posted each part of the series but somehow I missed this past installment! I’m not sure if this is new, but I am so glad that I had a chance to catch it, honey! (wipes sweat off brow with great conviction and drama!)
If you belong to a family, take a listen . . .
Check out the rest of the series in the archives here or on www.lifetoday.org
I’m not sure how many of you actually take the time to click the link and watch these videos, but if you’ve never taken a chance to do so, you should give it a try. Beth Moore typically speaks for about 15 (or so) minutes and then James and Betty Robison, the hosts of the show, come back and speak about their missions work and invite viewers to help them change the world by meeting the needs of some of the people who need it most. In all, it’s about 28 minutes of your day really well spent. You get an opportunity to grow in your relationship with Christ as Beth Moore teaches and gives fresh perspective on a never changing God aaaaaaannnnnd you are offered an opportunity to change someone’s life. I almost always enjoy the broadcast and I try not to miss it. I offer it here on the site because I’m sure there are others out there who’d love it as well. I would encourage everyone to take a look but especially if you haven’t ever tuned in, try it today. Click here and see what I mean.
Frans!!! It’s been too long! And I have missed sharing with you in this space. It’s been encouraging to hear from you, encouraging me by sharing that you’ve missed the posts. Totally unexpected. Totally sweet. I’m so totally grateful and so totally humbled. I have so much to share and share I will, but for now, I want to get us caught up on the latest installments of Beth Moore’s newest series on Life Today called Taking Your Treasure Back. Here’s part one and part two. Enjoy!!
Goodness gracious, that Beth Moore!! Whew!! This one is by far my favorite of this series.
I’m often reminded of Esther when I think about God’s providence and His call on our lives. I recently finished Beth Moore’s study on Esther and it was just . . . rich!! Seriously rich and inspiring in personal life application, seeing God’s providence in my own life and moving into His call on my life. So, I am enjoying hearing her perspective in this format on God’s call and adding to my level of wisdom as I move forward.
Last Wednesday, August 1, Life Today aired part two of Beth Moore’s speaking series on the call of God on our lives. This week we get a chance to catch up, in case we missed it, and see that same video again. You can view it here . And if you missed the first video check it out here.
She’s baaaaaaaaaaaaaaack! And she’s ready!!! Beth Moore spoke today about God’s call on our lives, i.e. what have we been put on this earth to do? It’s a weighty question, but one worth investigating and figuring out the answers to. Life is short. We want to use the time we have here wisely and we want to make our time here count for more than just the fun times we had, or the wealth we gained . . . Beth Moore said in her Esther study, (something like) what is it that you want God to say to you when He sees you? Who is it that you want to present to the King when you get to see Him face to face? Are you that person yet? Are you getting closer to becoming that person? If not, get busy! Discovering His purposes for your life is a sure fire way to get you there. It’s amazing, scary, exciting, nerve racking. But it’s God business, so that means it’s good. Check it out and tell me what you think. I think this series is gonna be bananas!!
ok wait, so, why the pic of Elmo? Because no matter how silly or off-the-beaten-path you think your passion or calling is, God can use you! I have two very happy and engaged little girls in part because of the work of Elmo and the whole Sesame Street gang. So, thank you Jim Henson, Frank Oz, and Kevin Clash (among SO many others) for being brave enough to go after it. I’m up next.
As you know, I love the music ministry of William Matthews. Here’s another one from him that I thought fitting. Check out these lyrics:
“He’s awakening the hope in me by calling forth my destiny. He’s breathing life into my soul. I will thirst for Him and Him alone. He has come like the rain that showers on the barren plain. So my heart and tongue confess Jesus Christ the hope of man!”
woooooooooo!!! the boy is baaaaaaaaad!!!
It’s Wednesday so that means we get to tune in to Life Today and hear what the Lord is speaking to us through Mrs. Beth Moore. If you watch the program regularly and have done so for a time, you may have already seen this one before. I have seen this one and the story she tells in it has been referenced by others who have seen it. But this video still came right on time for me.
God’s sovereignty and providence is sure.
I had an experience just last week that just seemed so weird but, in the moment, I was so sure that I was being prompted by the Holy Spirit to be obedient to the things He was speaking to my heart. I wrestled with myself and the personal cost of my obedience all the way up until Monday for sure and then finally, I just decided to let it go and trust God to confirm for me if I had indeed heard Him or if I was just a loon. And with just the seed planted in my mind that I had misheard and was wrong, acting crazy and unable to hear from the Lord, satan had a field day and really put in work to discourage me. But God is so faithful, Frans!!! I know that I have some readers who are not Christian and to them all of this talk compels them to think, “No ma’am, you actually are quite loony.” But something happens when we engage God through His holy spirit, allow His words to abide in us and we respond to the call. . . We get to participate in the divine.
Check this out: http://lifetoday.org/video/filled-to-the-measure-3
Been worshiping to this song since we sang it during church service on Sunday. One of my faves from Hillsong. Hope it blesses you.
So. We’ve finished The Law of Kindness and now Beth wants us to see the Lord as our rescuer who will pluck us Out of the Net. Is there anybody out there who needs to know the Lord as her rescuer as much as I do?! She started this series about a week ago and I can’t wait to see what else she has in store. Check it out!
Image from http://www.lifetoday.org