Recently we spent a Sundays at the Table discussing how to hear God. In Acts 11 Peter recounts the story of his visit to Cornelius. A few things stood out.
Hearing Jesus’ voice has been a topic that has come up a lot. Thought I’d put something together that I could point people to. It’s bit longer than I was hoping, but you can speed it up and cut the time in half!
Over on our family blog (TheWilsonsInDublin.com), I’ve started a series of posts explaining how we got from Ithaca to Ireland. In one of last week’s posts I talked a bit about a very difficult time our family went through from 2007 to 2009.
In recounting that period, it got me thinking about how God has worked in my life repeatedly.
I think it is how he works in the lives of most people.
And for lack of a better phrase I’ll call it the “carrot & stick method.”
I was thinking about high school recently. I was imagining being in my chemistry class, and asking the teacher about diagraming sentences. (I did find diagraming sentences far more interesting than chemistry…although there was the one time when that one girl smelled some chemical without “wafting”..that was pretty cool…she was the same girl who pushed…