Though He slay me, yet will I hope in Him, Job 13:15 is one of the verses I’ve been contemplating. There are times when pain bears down, fear carves hard, love disappoints, and life falls apart. Jobs, health, family, church communities, and friends can fail. Like Job, everything seems to be going wrong, and we have no control.
Christians are told Jesus came to serve, not be served. To follow Christ is to be like Him, follow His examples and serve others. As a kid that was a strange notion e because I equated service with being a servant–which of course, I was not. It took a while to realize one can serve without being a servant in the negative sense of the word.
Three years ago, in March 2014, Launch Day belonged to Simon and Schuster debuting VOW UNBROKEN . . . the first story in my Texas Romance family saga.
STUMBLING is no fun, and BLOCKS aren’t always for play! Have you ever experienced what seems to be a massive stumbling block in your ministry? It might be that you are running out of time.
Today it is my pleasure to chat with fellow Heart”wings” sister and one of my favorite authors of Christian fiction, Ann Gabhart.