Tuesday, April 28, 2015


Not much happening today so I decided it was a good day to look through some magazines.  Made some fresh coffee, got my magazines and went to the porch.  It was an overcast day, not too cool nor too hot, perfect porch sitting weather.
 I don't always read whole articles, I mostly enjoy reading the headline and the first few sentences. After that I'm either caught up in the story or ready to turn the page.  I would guess we're all like that with magazines!

  I just subscribed to Midnight Call and I'm anxious to thumb thru the pages.  It's a prophecy magazine and I have always found prophecy interesting.
This is an article in Charisma that caught my interest.  I really enjoyed the following paragraph.
A Heart to Seek God
The heart to seek God is birthed in us by God Himself.  Like all desires, it is not something that can be legislated or forced, but rather it grows within us as we become exposed to God's nature.  He creates an appetite in us for Himself by lavishing us with the reality of His goodness ~ His irresistible glory.  The realities of His goodness burn deeply into the hearts of all who simply take the time to behold Him.
I believe that to be so true.
But we all, with unveiled face, beholding as in a mirror the glory of the Lord, are being transformed into the same image from glory to glory, just as by the Spirit of the Lord. 
II Corinthians 3:18
 Until Next Time
Lavishing in His Goodness


  1. Trying to make out that title. A Life Of Mammon?

    1. Sandi, you are right, that's what it says. It's an article by Norbert Lieth. I am not familiar with him. The article is centered on Luke 16:1-9. The lead in is, "What did Jesus mean with His parable concerning the unjust steward?" I haven't read that article yet.

  2. Awesome reads. Maybe someday we can porch sit together. Reckon there'll be porches in heaven? :)

  3. I never heard of the magazine Midnight Call, but sounds like it would be an awesome read. I can't wait to sit on the porch but its covered with stuff that's kept there during our hard winters. I look forward to sitting out on the porch with a cup of tea.

  4. Dear Mary ... we love front porch sitting, a fresh cup of coffee and a good magazine or a good book. A perfect way to spend a little quiet time. Sweetest Blessings ♥ Teri


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