It's hard for me to be away, both from writing this blog and from reading the blogs of fellow wordsmiths for our Lord.
I have been checking in as often as possible, reading a post here and there, trying to leave a comment or two when time allows.
Last Thursday was my last official day in my position with The Alzheimer Society, but this week was busier than usual with seminars for 3 days and a presentation I had commited to do today. Add to that time spent studying for my course on Healing Prayer; completing lessons for our Women's Ministry Beth Moore study on Daniel; a few very interesting dream; a time of receiving prayer ministry and preparing to take flight tomorrow to the States to visit my mom and Dad and you get a picture of what has been eating up my time. My brain is full and swirling and I look forward to having a bit of a chance for things to sink in and settle.
We are taking the laptop with us and I pray I will be able to hide away and do some writing as well as have more study time. I trust that as my brain begins to process things, they will spill out on these pages...
until then, may His love enfold us all, as He leads us into all truth.
17 January 2009
03 January 2009
Kim's first question of the new year is: "What is the most important truth/lesson you feel God taught you in 2008? How will that truth change your life in 2009?"
The most significant and life changing learning for me in 2008 centered around abiding in Christ. This will not only alter my life in 2009, but forever after. All that I am is all that He is.
To get a glimpse at my learning process, please take a few moments to read the following posts:
Learning to Abide - Part 1
Learning to Abide - Part 2
Learning to Abide - Part 3
Jesus calls us not only to receive Him as our Savior, but to fully abide and live our life in Him. I have never received a better invitation than that!
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