I wanted to give you all a little better glimpse of my recent trip to PA to visit with my son.
Well here are the questions I have asked so far on this Spiritual journey:
1.What is your Jericho? What walls do you need the Lord to knock down? I made a long list of Jerichos in my life…things I needed God’s help with. I drew them into a thought web and put it on my office wall and have been praying over it every day.
Testimony: One of those items involved a phone call I was dreading having to make. It meant giving a friend some bad news as part of a larger work. I prayed into it for two days and made the phone call last night. Praise God He went before me as I asked and met the need and turned the bad news into OK news! I’ll take it!
2.What has to happen for you to face your Jerichos…your life circumstances with greater boldness? I still don’t know the answer to this question. I think maybe a deeper faith has to be birthed in me and an understanding of this quote in my life
3. What will your dreams cost? Are you ready to pay the price? I started answering this in yesterday’s post. I think a big portion of this spiritual journey is going to be about overcoming my fear of man and my fear of failure in the eyes of man.
4. What do you have to say “no” to today in order to say “yes” to God?
I started this list during our all day of prayer. I have three items on it and I know God is going to have me look deeper into this.
Who in your life is your “Sanballat and Tobiah”. Who intimidates you? What can you do about it? This item definitely needs more prayer I think and action plan is in the making
Here are some quotes from service today:
“Don’t let your budget determine your dream” Pastor Brad Hackett
“To often we say ‘What if God doesn’t?’ but what if He does?” Pastor Brad Hackett
“If we seek answers we may never find them but if we seek God the answers will find us.” Pastor Brad Hackett
“Sometimes the problem is we are not willing to let God perplex us.”
Which of these quotes speaks most to you?