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."
Simcha writes, "What if God is leading us right into the eye of the storm, and being in the storm with Him, IS His great rescue plan?"
Sometimes we don’t realise what God rescued us from, without hindsight... but one thing we all have in common is that immovable place He puts us on: His rock, where nothing and no one can move you.
Simcha writes, "I have been learning recently to embrace the times of darkness, of pressure and squeezing, trusting that this is God’s beautiful way of getting the most pure and sacred of offerings to come forth from my heart."
The woman with the alabaster jar has to be one of the most well known and loved stories in the Bible. It talks of a woman scorned, who should have been turned away and rejected, she was known to be unclean and was a woman... but Yeshua said that she would be remembered through the generations.
Simcha shares her personal story of her family fighting for the right to make Aliyah and receive Israeli citizenship.
Ever dreamed of something, worked towards it tirelessly, imagined life as if the dream were the reality, but eventually given up on it? I think most of us have.