Theme for November 2021: Consider

Amazing to consider

Amazing to consider

  Those who were at the October 2021 Presbytery meeting might recognize this verse from Isaiah 40:26, which I posted in the chat to encourage us.   Call to Worship (inspired by Psalm 147) Celebrate God’s grace! How comforting it is to know God always accompanies us. Approach God in awe! How amazing it is … Continue reading "Amazing to consider" ...
Consider their splendour

Consider their splendour

  “Consider how the wild flowers grow. They do not labour or spin. Yet I tell you, not even Solomon in all his splendour was dressed like one of these.” (Luke 12:27)   A prayer – for splendour restored inspired by Isaiah 35:1-10, Psalm 146:5-10 For the speechless tongues of those oppressed For weak hands, … Continue reading "Consider their splendour" ...
Considering considerate

Considering considerate

  James tells us the wisdom from heaven is – amongst other things – considerate (James 3:17).   Here’s a quote from a recent sermon I preached entitled Be wise in God’s eyes that references this verse:   What does genuine wisdom look like? James spells it out for us in v. 17: ‘the wisdom … Continue reading "Considering considerate" ...
Consider this

Consider this

    Madeleine L’Engle writes: We need the prayers of words, yes: the words are the path to contemplation; but the deepest communication with God is beyond words, on the other side of silence. Walking on Water: Reflections on Faith & Art, p. 229   From the blog 3 Prayers while waiting In the school … Continue reading "Consider this" ...