At the beginning of the year God put these three words on my heart. This has been the theme for my year. Believe – Part 1Biblical Obedience – Part 2Breakthrough – Part 3 John 8:32 NLT Jesus said to the people who believed (Believe) in him, “You are truly my disciples if you remain faithful to my teachings. … Continue reading Breakthrough: Part 2
At the beginning of the year God put these three words on my heart. This has been the theme for my year. Believe - Part 1Biblical Obedience - Part 2Breakthrough - Part 3 John 8:32 NLT Jesus said to the people who believed (Believe) in him, “You are truly my disciples if you remain faithful … Continue reading Breakthrough. Part 1.
Make God the utmost delight and pleasure of your life, and he will provide for you what you desire the most. - Psalm 37:4 Do you take delight in the Lord? What does it mean to take delight in the Lord? By dictionary definition to take delight in something means to enjoy something, take pleasure … Continue reading Take Delight in the Lord
As long as I can remember, Sophie - my three year old - has forever fussed about the labels on her clothing items. She hates it when the label on the back of her tee scratches up against the skin of her neck. As the label rubs up against her soft still-somewhat-baby-skin, it scrapes and … Continue reading Always Loved, never Labelled
A few months ago, I felt God ask me this question: 'Robynne, what if I never heal you? Will you still believe that I am good?' I have been involved in many a conversation about Gods plan with regards to healing. A truth we all need to seek out for ourselves. A grappling that can … Continue reading Believe
Pause. Praise. Pray. I like to remind myself of these three words whenever I'm facing some sort of inner confusion. You know that heavy feeling that sits deep in your heart. Or that weight that you feel you're carrying on your shoulders. I've often heard the expression, 'Let go and let God'. It's a quirky … Continue reading Pause. Praise. Pray.
Have you ever been in a situation where you find yourself saying 'I can't' a lot more than 'I can'? Is God calling you to do something that seems out of your comfort zone? A few days ago my husband asked me when was the first time I felt that I wanted to write. In … Continue reading Challenging the “I Can’t” Attitude