“But Mary treasured up all these things and pondered them in her heart.” And so do I, on Day 14.
On Day 8 of Lent, my prayer is that with each day, we’re a little bit more like Esther in the present world that we get to be born into.
Beyond the masks and the puppet shows, I am reminding myself that God is always the one in control. Even when you don’t feel it, knowing God is enough.
What is #TheShred? Not a dieting fad or a workout regime, but something just as challenging and fruitful, if not more!
Fasting is a fun concept, until you actually have to go through it. But in God’s economics, the more of the worldly things you give up to Him, the more He blesses you in the non-material things.
In the Kingdom of God, nothing stays dead forever, including the buried dreams of mistake and loss.
Here’s a little mosaic of anecdotes of how God’s grace is so overwhelming that He shows up in all the unexpected friendships I’ve made during my summer with Mosaic.
The paradox of wisdom is that it’s already in you, but it’s only found through other people. I trace my rediscovery of my wisdom through different people in my time in LA.
Who would’ve thought that my favourite birthday so far would be when I was an ‘intern’?
Most of us are more Martha’s than Mary’s, and my time with Mosaic showed me how I need to consciously put in the effort to be more like Mary.