Coffee with Poppa

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The blonde haired boy walks tall past each of the singly occupied tables with a sweet confidence that defies his small stature. Finally, he rests his juice box on the seventh table, climbs onto the chair, legs dangling, slides into a seated position, immediately scanning the room with keen blue eyes. A wall barrier separates the seating in this coffee shop from the ordering counter.

Although there is no adult in sight, the boy begins to call out, in a steady rhythm,

“Poppa, Poppa, Poppa”.

Happy Monday, friends! I’m delighted you are here. Will you join me at Faith ‘n Friends today where I am serving up a coffee shop tale of prayerful proportion!

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Desperate Times Call for Desperate…

In every thing give thanks: for this is the will of God in Christ Jesus concerning you.

In every thing give thanks: for this is the will of God in Christ Jesus concerning you.

 

How would you finish the sentence?

Desperate times call for desperate…actions? Measures, people, phone calls? What would you answer?

I challenge you to consider this reality and ask yourself where your trust is.

Desperate times call for desperate prayer, first.

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A Mother’s Prayer

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photo credit: Just Used Pixels via photopin cc

 

 

Lord, you promised…

I hold You to your Word,

though I tremble and doubt

before all 

I have seen and heard.

 

Your Holy Spirit sings songs to my soul…

 

 

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No Time for God – Do you drive?

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photo credit: Bernhard Benke via photopin cc

Let your gentleness be evident to all. The Lord is near. Philippians 4:5

 

Twenty-four hours in a day is what we have in a day. You, me, and the 7.161 billion others who share the planet. Chances are if you are reading this blog you have internet access, a computer, electricity and the conveniences that a great number in the world are without including…a car. We live in an age of ease.  We’re not hunting for our food or seeking a water supply. We are a fairly comfortable people, aren’t we?

But, let’s remove the subjectivity shall we?

I will get right to the point. God is able to meet with us anywhere. We have access to Him as believers. Christians talk about abiding in Christ, yes? Boldly approaching the throne of grace, yes? Access right into the Holy of Holies. It’s rather a monumental thought.

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