Episode #59 – “Life shakes us up; abiding settles us down.” Through the harrowing abduction of her teenage daughter and a life devoted to ministry, Dr. Jodi Detrick has a profound understanding of the power of redemption.
This week we are continuing our discussion of decluttering our souls. What it is that keeps your heart and mind cluttered? Listen in as Denise interviews Carla Gasser as they identify how to declutter our souls from the world’s influences and walk in the Spirit.
We declutter our homes, our closets, and our lives, but what about our souls? Listen in as Denise interviews Carla Gasser on how to declutter our souls from the world’s influences and walk in the Spirit.
As we grow in the Lord, by feeding our spirit with The Word and prayer, we will begin to “shed” all the layers of our flesh that do not align with His will.
Where do we turn, when the soul is gripped in blindness?
Is there any hope when groping about in the darkness?
When it is time to proceed, God will determine our steps and we will have continual peace in our hearts, peace to proceed in His plans.
Ignite a light inside my soul, and let it burn away the old…Let it burn for the rest of my life. Let it burn for the rest of all time.
Rest is not inactivity but rather it is the activity of victory, the peace that comes with the finished work and the joy that comes when desire is fulfilled.
And I recall the vessel that so comports to darkness — gives it occasion to breathe and occupy.
“The darkness that wins is the one we invited in!”
“In my heart I feel that joy and tender move I know so well…
moving moods and welling those rooms of my heart…”
That gentle breeze that often visited the Temple courts came again as the soft words of the scribe began to impact his peers.
Yet you wash away those walls, Like a flood claiming ground again, You become my hiding place, And my broken heart you mend.
My passion will wash over You when my cup overflows from the Fountain of Life. And we will sit here,forever in love. Dear Romancer.
For all that Peter did wrong, he did an incredible number of things right. His boldness, fervor, and unrepentant devotion to the Savior made him the “rock” that Jesus said he would be. Peter would never apologize for following Christ, and in doing so, he ignited a fire inside the early Christians.
Rest is a promised gift from Papa (aka God). If you’re feeling restless, maybe it’s time to let down your sails and enjoy His sweet promises.