Women of Faith from Grace Communion International.com, http://www.gci.org/spiritual/womenfaith Yesterday, Now and Forever “God is not ashamed to be called their God.” This profound statement is found in Hebrews 11, the faith chapter of the Bible. Can you imagine your name being listed along with Noah, Abraham, Isaac, Joseph and Moses in God’s list of the [...]
Filed under: Courage, Faith, Identity, Inspiration from Other Authors, Knowledge & Understanding, Leadership, Life, Love, Obedience, Praise & Worship, Redemption, Reparation, Repentance, Restoration, Testimony, Trust, Wisdom on March 17th, 2012 | No Comments »
In our contemporary language we “apologize” or say we’re “sorry” for causing offense. However, neither being sorry (feeling regret, sorrow, grief or sadness) or offering an apology (expressing regret, remorse or sorrow for having insulted, failed, injured, or wronged another) is the same as repenting (to feel such sorrow for sin or fault as to be disposed to change one’s life for the better). So what does it mean to “repent”? Follow the link to read the full article.
Filed under: Repentance, Restoration, Walking in the Word on February 22nd, 2012 | No Comments »
The first thing David uttered after hearing Nathan’s story was that such a man deserved to die. Spiritually, he had died because God was not with him in His sin. This is such a glaring example of what happens to interpersonal relationships when there’s a huge offense separating the two parties. Each party is able to see the other person’s transgression so clearly and barely have awareness of their own. Until the person who caused offense steps up to say, “I am the one at fault, what can I do to make amends” the relationship will remain fractured and the parties will remain separated. Repentance leads to life – when you repent in your interpersonal relationships you breathe life into them.
Filed under: Reparation, Repentance, Restoration on February 22nd, 2012 | 1 Comment »
Take a listen to recordings of LaShawnda Jones discussing her book, The Process of Asking for, Receiving and Giving Love and Forgiveness. The author speaks about the purpose of the book, what she hopes readers get from it. There is also a “When Your Love is Rejected.”
Filed under: Forgiveness, Obedience, Repentance, Walking in the Word, Word Study on February 5th, 2012 | No Comments »
Vanessa Richardson of The Certain Ones radio show interview LaShawnda Jones, author of The Process of Asking for, Giving And Receiving Love & Forgiveness and My God and Me: Listening, Learning and Growing on My Journey. Listen to internet radio with the certain ones on Blog Talk Radio
Filed under: Forgiveness, Interview, Love, On the Road, Repentance, Uncategorized, Walking in the Word on March 19th, 2011 | No Comments »