godreligionreligiousUncategorized Protected: Armor of God W2 written by Katie Sanders March 14, 2017 This content is password protected. To view it please enter your password below: Password: #Messandmercy #Armorofgodstudy 5 comments 0 Facebook Twitter Google + Pinterest Katie Sanders previous post Leave the broken pieces where they lay. next post Why an empty cup is the prettiest You may also like Phillipians 1:1-11 "Love. Growth. Grace" June 20, 2017 Looking for Lovely:w2 May 9, 2017 Because my judgement felt justified October 1, 2017 Philippians 2:3-4: Selflessness August 14, 2017 Protected: Armor of God: W1 March 7, 2017 Philippians 1:12-14 Chains for Christ June 27, 2017 Philippians 2:5-11- I am no better than you... August 22, 2017 Jesus is Just October 10, 2017 A Taste Of Bible School: Meet Martha November 10, 2018 week 5, a lesson not of lovely but... May 30, 2017 5 comments Amber S. ? March 16, 2017 - 8:53 am First of all I am so guilty of thinking that I had ACTIVE faith but really skimming on the edge of it. The occasional bible verse that matches how I’m feeling but not diving into the full story, the meat and potatoes, I was only enjoying the dessert (who doesn’t love dessert) and bc I didn’t want to really take the time to go further. I’m guilty. And truly a working progress over here!! ?? Satan loves distracting us from getting to know God, getting closer to Him. And I love what you said about Jesus is a nonnegotiable standard. No matter how much we try to sugar coat things we can’t steer away from Gods ultimate plan. We have to fully invest ourselves in Him and not just go with what feels good or what we think is the best idea. Hugs ? Reply Lee White March 16, 2017 - 3:59 pm Hello! If you have the book, you probably saw the talking point at the end of Week 2 Day 1. She asked us to discuss with our group, strategies that we use within our homes to teach our children God’s truth and the importance of living our lives to His standard. This is something I worry and wonder about a lot. Am I doing enough? What could I being doing better? I would love to hear some of the things others in this group are doing in their homes! Anyone have anything to share?! Reply Katie Sanders March 16, 2017 - 4:06 pm At my house we make sure we say our blessings and prayers of course… even when my babies were too small to even make noises, we said night prayers. I make sure my babies know that I love them and Jesus loves them even more. My oldest two and I do a bible verse at night and “color” for Jesus. The biggest thing though I think for everybody, certainly little girls, is to make sure they know that God made all the people special and there’s only one of you in this world- God thought the world needed one of you, He gave you a gift, let’s find what you gift is and shine it for Jesus! We are all different and all chosen. Set examples early because they are certainly paying attention to our every move! You grow what you plant. Reply Lee White March 17, 2017 - 12:32 pm Stumbled upon this and thought it was appropriate. Just gonna leave it here 🙂 https://hishandshisfeethisheart.com/2017/03/17/a-letter-to-satan-concerning-my-daughters-seizures/ Reply Stephanie March 19, 2017 - 9:47 pm I get caught up in the daily grind being a single parent and managing my kids daily schedule. It’s easy to overlook doing “something extre,” but I have committed to a few things with my kids. We eat together at night, and a prayer is said before each meal. Usually during dinner we read a devotional geared toward their level, and we talk about it. I usually ask what was the best thing about their day, and then what they liked least about their day. It keeps me in the loop and gives us some good talking points sometimes about how a situation could’ve been handled differently. I always try to talk about it in a way that prompts them to think how God had a hand in that situation or on them. We talk about things they should pray about specifically, and I remind them of whose they are ultimately and who they represent….and that SOMEONE is ALWAYS watching their behavior and reaction to things. Reply Leave a Comment Cancel Reply Notify me of new posts by email.