Simcha writes, "What if we chose to engage with the giants, and stop viewing ourselves as too small? What if we decided to use the 'pebbles' that God has deposited in us?"
Simcha writes, "A few years back, I went to a women’s meeting where the topic being spoken about was the desert. I remember that the speaker went into great detail explaining the extent of the process that a caterpillar goes through in order to transition into its new form – a butterfly."
Simcha writes, "I don't know about you, but I am a little fed up of being silenced, and I am asking God for the courage to be me, to be who I was made to be, and to dare to be heard."
Simcha writes, "I hate cheesy New Years blog posts that try to convince you that the passing of a new day will somehow magically cause a reset in our lives, and that we get to start again come 00:01 on January 1st."
Simcha writes, "Recently I was faced with a choice. For me it was clear which was right and which was wrong, and my head never had to debate which the right choice was. It was obvious and clear."
Part 1 of an hour long interview and discussion we had on air, in Atlanta Georgia. Hosted by Olive Branch Ministries as part of...
Simcha writes, "I've been thinking a lot about our imaginations. Why have we been created to imagine things as they are not? Or to imagine entire new things up?"
Simcha writes, "Nothing we do is a surprise to our maker. He has a habit of taking our greatest failures, and making them His greatest opportunities. If we would only invite Him in."
Simcha writes, "Blind obedience is hard for humans, because we're programed to need or want more information, and we don't like trusting when we don't have it."
Simcha writes:"The desert is a dry, difficult place to be, with little or no physical refreshment to the body. Hot sun, dry heat, no water, and dangerous conditions, it’s not a place to get lost! But for some reason God wants to ‘allure’ us there."
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