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July 25, 2014 11 notes Reblog
Give Thanks
by: Natalie Hagen

Psalm 100:4-5 “Enter his gates with thanksgiving and his courts with praise; give thanks to him and praise his name. For the Lord is good and his love endures forever; his faithfulness continues through all generations.”

1 Thessalonians 5:18 “give thanks in all circumstances, for this is God’s will for you in Christ Jesus.”

Day after day we usually find something to complain about. It’s raining, you can’t find anything to wear, you have to go to a job you hate, you don’t have a special someone, or your brother is being annoying. The list goes on. We wish for things to get better, for doors to open, for our prayers to be immediately answered and while we wait we complain.

It reminds me of the attitude of the Israelites when they wandered in the desert in Exodus. The Lord saved them from bondage, he supplied manna for them to eat, and he delivered through the desert to a free land. Still, they complained. Those things, those miracles, weren’t satisfactory enough for God’s people.


How many times have we ignored our own blessings, searching for more and more? How dare we act as if good health, a home, food, clothes, or an education are nothing to be thankful for! And our salvation? The greatest gift we shall ever receive and we still find things to complain about.


As a child, my mother would often remind me of the children in poor countries that were going to bed with no dinner, or those who were unable to go to school because they had to work, no money, or were too far away. These things, quite frankly, would annoy me. My mom would say it again and again to try and help me gain perspective. I would brush off the comments and still feel sorry for myself because I couldn’t get ice cream or a new pair of shoes. Then one year I went to Africa on a missions trip and it suddenly clicked. My mom wasn’t trying to make me feel guilty, she was telling the truth. Some people have so little, yet they have such joy. Why do I feel entitled to complain and whine about my circumstances when others are much worse than I? There is no excuse.


In fact, not only is it selfish and unnecessary to complain, but it breaks God’s commands. He says that we are to give thanks in all that we do. The Bible calls us to be a grateful people, to come to Christ with thankful hearts and praises. It even says in 1 Thessalonians that it is His will for us to be thankful in all we do.


So let us stop whining. Stop the complaining and the comparisons. We are to be thankful. For our health, family, friends, talents and gifts, our schools, churches, freedom, and our futures. Wipe away that ugly, complaining attitude and give yourself a fresh new face. Smile and say thank you, because one day you will realize it made all the difference. A thankful attitude will change the way you look at the world and the way your life looks to you. 


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Devotional Series: Give Thanks(#wtsdevo a thankful heart)
Posted by: Natalie \ Personal // Walk the Same
Give Thanks
by: Natalie Hagen
Psalm 100:4-5 “Enter his gates with thanksgiving and his courts with praise; give thanks to him and praise his name. For the Lord is good and his love endures forever; his faithfulness continues through all generations.”
1 Thessalonians 5:18 “give thanks in all circumstances, for this is God’s will for you in Christ Jesus.”
Day after day we usually find something to complain about. It’s raining, you can’t find anything to wear, you have to go to a job you hate, you don’t have a special someone, or your brother is being annoying. The list goes on. We wish for things to get better, for doors to open, for our prayers to be immediately answered and while we wait we complain.
It reminds me of the attitude of the Israelites when they wandered in the desert in Exodus. The Lord saved them from bondage, he supplied manna for them to eat, and he delivered through the desert to a free land. Still, they complained. Those things, those miracles, weren’t satisfactory enough for God’s people.
How many times have we ignored our own blessings, searching for more and more? How dare we act as if good health, a home, food, clothes, or an education are nothing to be thankful for! And our salvation? The greatest gift we shall ever receive and we still find things to complain about.
As a child, my mother would often remind me of the children in poor countries that were going to bed with no dinner, or those who were unable to go to school because they had to work, no money, or were too far away. These things, quite frankly, would annoy me. My mom would say it again and again to try and help me gain perspective. I would brush off the comments and still feel sorry for myself because I couldn’t get ice cream or a new pair of shoes. Then one year I went to Africa on a missions trip and it suddenly clicked. My mom wasn’t trying to make me feel guilty, she was telling the truth. Some people have so little, yet they have such joy. Why do I feel entitled to complain and whine about my circumstances when others are much worse than I? There is no excuse.
In fact, not only is it selfish and unnecessary to complain, but it breaks God’s commands. He says that we are to give thanks in all that we do. The Bible calls us to be a grateful people, to come to Christ with thankful hearts and praises. It even says in 1 Thessalonians that it is His will for us to be thankful in all we do.
So let us stop whining. Stop the complaining and the comparisons. We are to be thankful. For our health, family, friends, talents and gifts, our schools, churches, freedom, and our futures. Wipe away that ugly, complaining attitude and give yourself a fresh new face. Smile and say thank you, because one day you will realize it made all the difference. A thankful attitude will change the way you look at the world and the way your life looks to you. 

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Devotional Series: Give Thanks(#wtsdevo a thankful heart)

Posted by: Natalie Personal // Walk the Same
July 24, 2014 5 notes Reblog
In the Shadow of the Almighty

by Pastor Brad

The Bible is riddled with imagery. Throughout its pages we find grand metaphors and figures-of-speech, and other literary devices, that are designed for you, the reader, to imagine and visualize the intent of the Author. These images give us greater insight into the very message of Scripture, which is, in fact, the very mind and thoughts of God. But of all the images in the Bible, none, I contend, is more precious and comforting than that of dwelling and abiding “in the shadow” of the Almighty (Psa. 17:8).

Nine times throughout the Book of Psalms, the psalmist uses the ideas of resting or abiding in the “shadow” of God or under His “wings.” (All emphases in the following verses mine.)


  "Keep me as the apple of your eye; hide me in the shadow of your wings" (Psa. 17:8).
  
  "How precious is your steadfast love, O God! The children of mankind take refuge in the shadow of your wings" (Psa. 36:7).
  
  "Be merciful to me, O God, be merciful to me, for in you my soul takes refuge; in the shadow of your wings I will take refuge, till the storms of destruction pass by” (Psa. 57:1).
  
  "Let me dwell in your tent forever! Let me take refuge under the shelter of your wings!” (Psa. 61:4).
  
  "For you have been my help, and in the shadow of your wings I will sing for joy. My soul clings to you; your right hand upholds me” (Psa. 63:7-8).
  
  "He who dwells in the shelter of the Most High will abide in the shadow of the Almighty. I will say to the LORD, ‘My refuge and my fortress, my God, in whom I trust.’ For he will deliver you from the snare of the fowler and from the deadly pestilence. He will cover you with his pinions, and under his wings you will find refuge; his faithfulness is a shield and buckler” (Psa. 91:1-4).
  
  "He lays the beams of his chambers on the waters; he makes the clouds his chariot; he rides on the wings of the wind" (Psa. 104:3).
  
  "The LORD is your keeper; the LORD is your shade on your right hand" (Psa. 121:5).


Each time, the terms carry the connotation(s) of “covering” or “protection” or “defense” or “care.” And God is just that, Christian: He is your Defense and Protection; your Caretaker and Covering from the torrent of life.

Of anyone who knows of dangerous circumstances and living in jeopardy, King David, writer of a majority of the Psalms, desperately sought his Maker and Defender when forced to the precipice of existence. It is in these cries of desperation that we see specifically the deliverance that David was seeking — “Keep me as the apple of your eye”; David cries, “hide me in the shadow of your wings, from the wicked who do me violence, my deadly enemies who surround me” (Psa. 17:8). Perhaps David prayed these words while taking refuge in the caves, running for his life from the violence that followed King Saul. I have no doubt, though, that this prayer was spoken with all genuineness and sincerity, for he knew the dire situation he was in and further, he knew the One that could provide the defense and safety he needed. The context in the fifty-seventh Psalm is exactly that, as seen in the notes before the first verse:


  [Let Your Glory Be over All the Earth] [To the choirmaster: according to Do Not Destroy. A Miktam of David, when he fled from Saul, in the cave.] “Be merciful to me, O God, be merciful to me, for in you my soul takes refuge; in the shadow of your wings I will take refuge, till the storms of destruction pass by” (Psa. 57:1).


The great theologian Charles Haddon Spurgeon notes,


  "Not in the cave alone would he hide, but in the cleft of the Rock of ages."


When David needed deliverance, he went to God; he ran to the LORD’s side, and there found security and safety. What peace we can find close to God. And what a wonderful promise that as a loving mother hen protects her chicks, so too does God protect us, under “the shadow of [His] wings” (Matt. 23:37).

This safety and refuge from tribulations is promised to all who are the redeemed. Every Christ-follower can enjoy and experience God’s presence and protection. And nothing pleases our Father more than for His children to draw near to Him (James 4:8). “He who communes with God is always at home” (Spurgeon). But to fellowship with God in sweet communion, to abide and dwell in His shadow, necessitates a closeness with Him that can only be attained by continued effort and relentless grace.

Dwelling in the shadow of the Almighty is not a trivial pursuit, nor should the endeavor be taken lightly or half-heartedly. To abide in God’s shadow mandates that we be serious Christ-followers, those that desire only the sweetest “spiritual milk” (1 Pet. 2:2ff), and crave to remain in the “secret place of the Most High” (Psa. 91:1 KJV). “No shelter can be imagined at all comparable to the protection of Jehovah’s own shadow” (Spurgeon). Our omnipotent LORD shields us (2 Sam. 22:3; Psa. 5:12, 18:2, 119:114), and to abide in His shadow must be the longing of every heart.

It is not enough — nor ever will it be — to be satisfied with your spiritual position. To be content with your spiritual growth is to be complacent, and ultimately apathetic, to the things of God. Mr. Spurgeon continues:


  "Those who through rich grace obtain unusual and continuous communion with God, so as to abide in Christ and Christ in them, become possessors of rare and special benefits, which are missed by those who follow afar off, and grieve the Holy Spirit of God."


Our priority must be God Himself, to abide in His shadow and dwell close to Him. My hope is that I be more like Mary and learn to simply sit at the feet of Jesus and become more like Him (Luke 10:38-42). I pray that we all desire that: to experience Jesus and His Spirit’s filling, purely and wholly and humbly. At the feet of Jesus, there is no cause for pomp or programs; no formation of man could ever impress God. At the feet of Jesus, in the shadow of the Almighty, all that is required is our humble adoration and reverence for Him, His love, and His grace.

Kneeling in God’s presence, in His shadow, is to let His overwhelming character fill you and His Spirit empower you and His grace overflow you. Often times, this world and its heartaches prove too strong for us, likely because we attempt to wrestle with the pain and suffering of life on our own. Yet, for those who endeavor to dwell, and in fact do dwell, in the shadow of the Almighty, “we have no fear, [nor any reason to be afraid,] for we nestle under the Lord’s wing” (Spurgeon).

The shadow of God is a restful place, one that is a delight to the Christian. There we find solace and refuge; there we can both rejoice and grieve, for utmost comfort and confidence is given to those who dwell under God’s wings.


  "The more closely we cling to our Almighty Father the more confident may we be."


Communion with God is safety and protection, both constant and sufficient for anything and everything we may endure. I pray that I, and every one of you, might yearn for God’s presence; that an insatiable fire would burn in our hearts for the close communion of our Father; that we would ache for the shadow of the Almighty. For “in the shadow of [God’s] wings” refuge is found; in His shadow, renewal and restoration can be experienced; in His shadow, revival dwells. Cry for God’s presence; seek the shadow of the Almighty; rest under His wings!

Devotional Series: In the Shadow of the Almighty (#wtsdevo God’s shadow)

Posted by: Bradley \ Personal // Walk the Same

In the Shadow of the Almighty

by Pastor Brad

The Bible is riddled with imagery. Throughout its pages we find grand metaphors and figures-of-speech, and other literary devices, that are designed for you, the reader, to imagine and visualize the intent of the Author. These images give us greater insight into the very message of Scripture, which is, in fact, the very mind and thoughts of God. But of all the images in the Bible, none, I contend, is more precious and comforting than that of dwelling and abiding “in the shadow” of the Almighty (Psa. 17:8).

Nine times throughout the Book of Psalms, the psalmist uses the ideas of resting or abiding in the “shadow” of God or under His “wings.” (All emphases in the following verses mine.)

"Keep me as the apple of your eye; hide me in the shadow of your wings" (Psa. 17:8).

"How precious is your steadfast love, O God! The children of mankind take refuge in the shadow of your wings" (Psa. 36:7).

"Be merciful to me, O God, be merciful to me, for in you my soul takes refuge; in the shadow of your wings I will take refuge, till the storms of destruction pass by” (Psa. 57:1).

"Let me dwell in your tent forever! Let me take refuge under the shelter of your wings!” (Psa. 61:4).

"For you have been my help, and in the shadow of your wings I will sing for joy. My soul clings to you; your right hand upholds me” (Psa. 63:7-8).

"He who dwells in the shelter of the Most High will abide in the shadow of the Almighty. I will say to the LORD, ‘My refuge and my fortress, my God, in whom I trust.’ For he will deliver you from the snare of the fowler and from the deadly pestilence. He will cover you with his pinions, and under his wings you will find refuge; his faithfulness is a shield and buckler” (Psa. 91:1-4).

"He lays the beams of his chambers on the waters; he makes the clouds his chariot; he rides on the wings of the wind" (Psa. 104:3).

"The LORD is your keeper; the LORD is your shade on your right hand" (Psa. 121:5).

Each time, the terms carry the connotation(s) of “covering” or “protection” or “defense” or “care.” And God is just that, Christian: He is your Defense and Protection; your Caretaker and Covering from the torrent of life.

Of anyone who knows of dangerous circumstances and living in jeopardy, King David, writer of a majority of the Psalms, desperately sought his Maker and Defender when forced to the precipice of existence. It is in these cries of desperation that we see specifically the deliverance that David was seeking — “Keep me as the apple of your eye”; David cries, “hide me in the shadow of your wings, from the wicked who do me violence, my deadly enemies who surround me” (Psa. 17:8). Perhaps David prayed these words while taking refuge in the caves, running for his life from the violence that followed King Saul. I have no doubt, though, that this prayer was spoken with all genuineness and sincerity, for he knew the dire situation he was in and further, he knew the One that could provide the defense and safety he needed. The context in the fifty-seventh Psalm is exactly that, as seen in the notes before the first verse:

[Let Your Glory Be over All the Earth] [To the choirmaster: according to Do Not Destroy. A Miktam of David, when he fled from Saul, in the cave.] “Be merciful to me, O God, be merciful to me, for in you my soul takes refuge; in the shadow of your wings I will take refuge, till the storms of destruction pass by” (Psa. 57:1).

The great theologian Charles Haddon Spurgeon notes,

"Not in the cave alone would he hide, but in the cleft of the Rock of ages."

When David needed deliverance, he went to God; he ran to the LORD’s side, and there found security and safety. What peace we can find close to God. And what a wonderful promise that as a loving mother hen protects her chicks, so too does God protect us, under “the shadow of [His] wings” (Matt. 23:37).

This safety and refuge from tribulations is promised to all who are the redeemed. Every Christ-follower can enjoy and experience God’s presence and protection. And nothing pleases our Father more than for His children to draw near to Him (James 4:8). “He who communes with God is always at home” (Spurgeon). But to fellowship with God in sweet communion, to abide and dwell in His shadow, necessitates a closeness with Him that can only be attained by continued effort and relentless grace.

Dwelling in the shadow of the Almighty is not a trivial pursuit, nor should the endeavor be taken lightly or half-heartedly. To abide in God’s shadow mandates that we be serious Christ-followers, those that desire only the sweetest “spiritual milk” (1 Pet. 2:2ff), and crave to remain in the “secret place of the Most High” (Psa. 91:1 KJV). “No shelter can be imagined at all comparable to the protection of Jehovah’s own shadow” (Spurgeon). Our omnipotent LORD shields us (2 Sam. 22:3; Psa. 5:12, 18:2, 119:114), and to abide in His shadow must be the longing of every heart.

It is not enough — nor ever will it be — to be satisfied with your spiritual position. To be content with your spiritual growth is to be complacent, and ultimately apathetic, to the things of God. Mr. Spurgeon continues:

"Those who through rich grace obtain unusual and continuous communion with God, so as to abide in Christ and Christ in them, become possessors of rare and special benefits, which are missed by those who follow afar off, and grieve the Holy Spirit of God."

Our priority must be God Himself, to abide in His shadow and dwell close to Him. My hope is that I be more like Mary and learn to simply sit at the feet of Jesus and become more like Him (Luke 10:38-42). I pray that we all desire that: to experience Jesus and His Spirit’s filling, purely and wholly and humbly. At the feet of Jesus, there is no cause for pomp or programs; no formation of man could ever impress God. At the feet of Jesus, in the shadow of the Almighty, all that is required is our humble adoration and reverence for Him, His love, and His grace.

Kneeling in God’s presence, in His shadow, is to let His overwhelming character fill you and His Spirit empower you and His grace overflow you. Often times, this world and its heartaches prove too strong for us, likely because we attempt to wrestle with the pain and suffering of life on our own. Yet, for those who endeavor to dwell, and in fact do dwell, in the shadow of the Almighty, “we have no fear, [nor any reason to be afraid,] for we nestle under the Lord’s wing” (Spurgeon).

The shadow of God is a restful place, one that is a delight to the Christian. There we find solace and refuge; there we can both rejoice and grieve, for utmost comfort and confidence is given to those who dwell under God’s wings.

"The more closely we cling to our Almighty Father the more confident may we be."

Communion with God is safety and protection, both constant and sufficient for anything and everything we may endure. I pray that I, and every one of you, might yearn for God’s presence; that an insatiable fire would burn in our hearts for the close communion of our Father; that we would ache for the shadow of the Almighty. For “in the shadow of [God’s] wings” refuge is found; in His shadow, renewal and restoration can be experienced; in His shadow, revival dwells. Cry for God’s presence; seek the shadow of the Almighty; rest under His wings!


Devotional Series: In the Shadow of the Almighty (#wtsdevo God’s shadow)

Posted by: Bradley \ Personal // Walk the Same

July 24, 2014 16 notes Reblog
And Believe
Too often the chaos and the noise in our world overpowers us and eventually we end up drowning in all that noise that we lose ourselves and become lost in all that is happening around us. 
God is not a God of chaos but rather He is a God that calms the storms and comes to us in the still moments. 1 Kings 19:11 is a very good example where God comes to Elijah in the sheer silence. 
If you haven’t spent time with the Lord but instead let the noise around you overwhelm you all around, go to a quiet place and pray. Call out to God and ask Him to be in your presence. You will find yourself at rest and in peace when the Spirit of the Lord touches your soul. In that moment you will realize that everything is going to be okay because there is someone who is bigger and powerful than anything in our universe and He is yours and as you are His. Be Blessed!
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Image Series: General (#wtscreatives #general)
Photo Credit: Haley \  Personal // Walk the Same // Color Movement
Posted & Edited by: Jude \ Personal // Walk the Same

And Believe

Too often the chaos and the noise in our world overpowers us and eventually we end up drowning in all that noise that we lose ourselves and become lost in all that is happening around us. 

God is not a God of chaos but rather He is a God that calms the storms and comes to us in the still moments. 1 Kings 19:11 is a very good example where God comes to Elijah in the sheer silence. 

If you haven’t spent time with the Lord but instead let the noise around you overwhelm you all around, go to a quiet place and pray. Call out to God and ask Him to be in your presence. You will find yourself at rest and in peace when the Spirit of the Lord touches your soul. In that moment you will realize that everything is going to be okay because there is someone who is bigger and powerful than anything in our universe and He is yours and as you are His. Be Blessed!

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Image Series: General (#wtscreatives #general)

Photo Credit: Haley \  Personal // Walk the Same // Color Movement

Posted & Edited by: Jude Personal // Walk the Same

July 23, 2014 28 notes Reblog
Worry is Believe gone wrong because you don’t believe that GOD will get it right - Ann Voscamp (The Greatest Gift)
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Image Series: General (#wtscreatives #general)
Photo Credit: Haley \  Personal // Walk the Same // Color Movement
Posted & Edited by: Jude \ Personal // Walk the Same

Worry is Believe gone wrong because you don’t believe that GOD will get it right - Ann Voscamp (The Greatest Gift)

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Image Series: General (#wtscreatives #general)

Photo Credit: Haley \  Personal // Walk the Same // Color Movement

Posted & Edited by: Jude Personal // Walk the Same

July 23, 2014 6 notes Reblog
Read: 2 Corinthians 4:7 “But we have this treasure in jars of clay to show that this all-surpassing power is from God and not from us.”
 
On Sunday night I was reading a tumblr post from an awesome musician named “Sophie Madeline”, I’ve watched her grow into a truly amazing person through all the recordings and performances she’s done as a musician and of course I can relate in many ways. Recently she shared a post about how she’s not going to perusing music any more apart from if and when she has inspiration, but that she’ll be perusing other things instead.

I’m sure everyone can relate? I know I did, I spent a long time with God after that sharing with Him how much I just can’t do anything without His presence in my life. Sometimes we can keep going and rolling on running on our own steam and burn out. Without even realizing God’s light shining inside of us.

Verse 5 says;  ”For what we preach is not ourselves, but Jesus Christ as Lord, and ourselves as your servants for Jesus’ sake.”

When we spend time lifting up the name of Jesus and sharing His Love with everyone we’re doing all that He’s asked us to do, you don’t need to be a leader or a musician to share the light that Jesus has put inside you. Scripture tells us also that when we look out for Gods People, His word and ministry, then He will take care of us and meet all our needs.

So today I just want to encourage you to remember to call on Jesus in everything you do, don’t limit sharing your light to a specific place or time if your ready and willing Jesus will shine through you 24/7.


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Devotional Series: Learning To Walk(#wtsdevo lifestyle)
Posted by: Smart \ Personal // Walk the Same
Read: 2 Corinthians 4:7 “But we have this treasure in jars of clay to show that this all-surpassing power is from God and not from us.”
 
On Sunday night I was reading a tumblr post from an awesome musician named “Sophie Madeline”, I’ve watched her grow into a truly amazing person through all the recordings and performances she’s done as a musician and of course I can relate in many ways. Recently she shared a post about how she’s not going to perusing music any more apart from if and when she has inspiration, but that she’ll be perusing other things instead.
I’m sure everyone can relate? I know I did, I spent a long time with God after that sharing with Him how much I just can’t do anything without His presence in my life. Sometimes we can keep going and rolling on running on our own steam and burn out. Without even realizing God’s light shining inside of us.
Verse 5 says;  ”For what we preach is not ourselves, but Jesus Christ as Lord, and ourselves as your servants for Jesus’ sake.”
When we spend time lifting up the name of Jesus and sharing His Love with everyone we’re doing all that He’s asked us to do, you don’t need to be a leader or a musician to share the light that Jesus has put inside you. Scripture tells us also that when we look out for Gods People, His word and ministry, then He will take care of us and meet all our needs.
So today I just want to encourage you to remember to call on Jesus in everything you do, don’t limit sharing your light to a specific place or time if your ready and willing Jesus will shine through you 24/7.
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Devotional Series: Learning To Walk(#wtsdevo lifestyle)

Posted by: Smart Personal // Walk the Same

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