Simple.

As I was gazing at this beautiful little thing, I found myself saying to Jesus, “Sometimes it’s the simplest things in life that captivate me the most, and I wonder if that’s a bit like You too?”

Gentle reminder ❣️

“Your promises are good, and You make good on Your promises.”

I found myself confessing this to The Lord yesterday, and as I share it with you, I pray that we will all remember that no matter how many promises God has made, they are in Christ, “Yes,” and “Amen.” So, let us continue to pursue Him, know Him, love Him; and watch the rest take care of itself.

All my love and many blessings,

❤️

It’s in the air 🍁

The evenings are met now with the scent of mist in the air, the splendour of nature illuminated by lights that do well to adorn that which always has the capacity to captivate our hearts and still our souls.

With Thanksgiving around the corner, there is much we can be grateful for, even if we need to be intentional about it. And if there is one thing I am most grateful for, it is my relationship with The Living Christ. Graham Cooke shared a brilliant thought when he says that we all need to have a revelation of one aspect of God’s nature. Sure, He is many things for He is infinite and can never be encapsulated within the confines of our articulation. He is beyond, and still within. He is Love. He is Mercy. He is Kindness. He is Goodness. He is Forgiveness. He is Majesty.

But above all, as I trace my journey with The Lord, I realise that the one aspect of God that He has been relentlessly consistent in is – Faithfulness. He has always been Faithful. Faithful to not just part the waters, but even lead me through them. Faithful to rend The Heavens and reveal Himself, with all odds stacked against. Faithful to heal, mend and restore. Faithful beyond measure, and more Faithful than I deserve.

What comforts me is the Truth that He is the same; yesterday, today and forevermore. He remains unchanging, thereby Faithful Forever.

That’s what I celebrate about Him this season. Which brings me to the question – what aspect of God’s nature are you most grateful for?

How can you celebrate Him for it and give thanks?

I hope and pray that we will all draw close to His Magnificence this season, and let it bring a flavour and texture to the days and weeks ahead that is not only heart warming and soul stirring, but deeply profound.

All my love, friends ❤️

And a resounding “Hallelujah!”🙌🏻