This post is a continuation of how the faith of Noah spoke to me, as he was cited on Hebrews 11:7. If you haven’t read the first part of this post, please read that one first here.
Because we named our son Noah AND I was not in the meeting when the speakers for a series of church activities was discussed, I was assigned to speak about the life of… Noah (from the bible). 😅 Sharing with you here some of my notes. We named our son Noah because the bible says Noah…
Quiet time: when it’s not the same as before, and facing the fact that it won’t ever be like before, at least for quite a while. At least for me.
Seed to sow. Bread to eat. Sow and reap. Give and be generous. If you have sown, you can expect to reap. And during the waiting time, God provides, too!
It took me eleven months to come to terms with the fact that this adjusting to mommyhood won’t ever end, and that it’s part of the joys of life. 😅
She was 86.
As I’ve mentioned in my previous post, I’ve always been asking God for humility and a pure heart. The opposites are just too easy to fall into: it’s so easy to be swayed to arrogance and not notice when pride seeps in, and it’s easier to turn the eye away and move on with my own…
I started this 21-Day Bible Reading Plan yesterday today (still working my way through attending to my newborn) and I wanted to share what struck me most from Day 1.
Finally, we got to attend service again. It’s been two months since we last attended. Last time, I gave birth the night after we attended, and this time, we had Noah with us! I just love how yesterday’s focus verse was something I can totally understand in a whole new light:
Earlier this year, we prayed and fasted for a few B’s. This year has been nothing but God’s faithfulness—unmerited faithfulness. Starting an annual 23rd of December tradition. ❤️