Yesterday I saw The Biggest Little Farm, amazing story of a young couple who took a run down infested farm in California, and in seven years saw it turn into a virtual (almost) paradise. See it and you may never read Psalm 104 about God’s greatness in creation – from grass to springs to cattle to plants – to the food we eat today – in the same way again.
If I went back where I came from it would be my native Canada. A great country. Before that it would’ve been Gods country Wherever that is. The perfect country. For now I am glad to be here, for the most part. But I am still longing for that heavenly country.
The Christian life is a life of listening. In his new memoir A Life of Listening, lifelong minister of the gospel Leighton Ford tells his story as a personal history of listening for God’s voice. Would you consider joining the launch team? Members receive a free digital advanced copy of A Life of Listening, a free ebook of Ford’s Bible study Meeting Jesus, and the chance to win a free IVP title of your choice.
A Life of Listening is not just an account of a long and faithful life of Christian service, but a picture of the Christian life―the life of listening. What will it sound like when God speaks to you?
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We often think that God only acts in grand, majestic ways, but the reality is that God first acts amidst the ordinary, routine events of our lives. Unless we are watching, we miss encounters with angels; unless we are watching, we miss the ways in which God is changing our lives; unless we are watching, we miss the ways in which God is changing the world.
-Br. James Koester, Society of Saint John the Evangelist