And then I see with soft eyes just how God's finger print marks the skies, how in His love I truly abide. God's finger print is on the tree's, the flowers, the cool of the breeze, on the songs, with the singers that worship on bended knee. He is with the broken, the grieving and… Continue reading God’s finger print
I marvel all day at how He made an everlasting way. He chose to partner with us, create and formulate, Heaven's manifest grace, on the face of this place. We are walking love warriors, battling for the cause, desiring justice for the nations and lives restored. He was the Shepherd that found the lost sheep,… Continue reading Redemption always
Though the waves crash upon the grainy shore, your peace like an anchor holds me secure. The winds cannot rattle me, the heat cannot oppress me. You are my lighthouse, my compass my map. It's you who I trust in, you keep me on track. Though the rains try to flood me, then a desert,… Continue reading ‘I am’
A letter from God to His daughters… Come to the feasting table, sit up here with me. Taste the delicious delicacies, the wine is sweet indeed. The figs are from the fig tree that you planted here with me. The apples from the apple tree, the fruits are from great seed. I made you with… Continue reading Come to the feasting table
Joy is my dear friend and she writes so beautifully. Sharing this blog post as it’s so important that we know our identities as sons and daughters
Psalm 139 acknowledges the fact that God knows all about us. We are intimately known by him. It also reassures us that he has given us an identity and we have a future in him. This identity is both individual and corporate. Having an understanding of how God sees us through some of the symbolism and imagery used in the bible, can help us realise, how accepted and precious we are to him. The delight of his heart and the apple of his eye (Zech 2:8).
Having just spent the last two days at a conference where Leif Hetland, was one of the speakers I am more than ever aware of the fact that God wants us to know our identity as sons and daughters. In order to know who we are we have to spend time in his presence listening to what the father says and sings over us…
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In part 1 I spoke about how one of God’s pet names for me is ‘Tabitha’, in this part I want to speak more about our given names, our ‘pet names’, nicknames and ultimately our identity as sons and daughters of God, and being authentic in our unique identity. When someone is able to… Continue reading Tabitha’s Tabernacle – part 2.
I felt to change my blog name to 'Tabitha's Tabernacle' because in the bible Tabitha was a women who died and was resurrected by God back to life. The word Tabernacle means house of worship. I have a longer story behind this, which I will share another time, but I just wanted to share a… Continue reading Tabitha’s Tabernacle