This is Ava.. she is a typical 5 year old in some ways she loves pasta, blankey, and puddles, swimming, play parks and purple juice. Yet in some ways she is like no other 5 year old for a few small reasons. Ava you are feisty, stubborn, passionate, loving, and funny. You are everything a … Continue reading Ava Rose 💕
Isn't it funny how you can know a verse in your mind, and then know a verse in your heart! This specific verse is one I have had head knowledge of for a long time, I've known the verse word perfect for as long as I can remember, it goes like this; "And my God shall … Continue reading Glorious Riches
Have you ever been in a moment of time when you have so desperately looked for a miracle? When a circumstance or situation has come up and in this moment you don’t just desire God to move, its more than that, your whole being Needs Him to? In Elijah 17 we find a story similar … Continue reading Missing the Miracles?
Recently I’ve been reading a book on the Minor Prophets, well to be honest I have been reading it for a while, because each chapter I am drawn to nuggets of truth I had missed before. This past week I was reading of Amos, and I was blown by the willingness of his heart to … Continue reading Amos or Jonah?
On the run up to Mother's Day I had been inclined to read up on the women of the bible. Women who made their way into the lineage of Jesus. You know what I found? Women who stayed the path and trusted Yahweh, women who stood on the promises founded in the Old Testament and … Continue reading Mother’s Day
Recently I have written a lot on the story of Jairus and the nameless woman healed from her issue of blood detailed in both Mark 5, and Luke 8. I would apologise but to be really honest I am really enjoying reading this story simply because I keep finding nuggets of truth built in and … Continue reading Waiting on a Miracle
My life has always been a little different than the others: the first few years of my life were spent in the palace, I was the grandson to Yahweh’s anointed King Saul, which obviously made me a little different than the other children roaming around the halls and gardens. He was King for some time, … Continue reading A Seat at the Kings Table