Jealousy is our anger against grace

Jealousy is basically telling God ‘You shouldn’t have been gracious to that person’. In a picture perfect world of social media, everyone seems to have it better than us. It is easy to get caught up in that feeling of jealousy and resulting bitterness. We often drive out this jealousy by telling ourselves that people … Continue reading Jealousy is our anger against grace

Promote peace

Evil scheming distorts the schemer; peace-planning brings joy to the planner. Interesting that the Bible focuses on the propagator, albeit for evil or peace. We are so consumed by how our schemings are gonna impact others that we don’t realise it influences us too. What we propagate not only goes out into the world but … Continue reading Promote peace

God does not forget

Here's the ending post to the whole series. Over long waits, it is tough to keep up faith, especially when one had already made peace with closed doors. No wonder Abraham is called the father of faith. The Lord did not forget Abraham. He did not delay. He is a Promise keeper 😍 #storyofAbrahamseries6/6

An integral link

God promised Abraham a son. Hagar bore unto Abraham a son, Ishmael. Yet, Abraham is again reminded that He will have a son. Ever wondered why? What was missing in this picture that God was shaking head ‘no, that’s not the plan’. Let’s look at God’s reminder in Genesis 18:10. “I will surely return to … Continue reading An integral link

Happy ending…or so he thought

Abraham was eighty-six years old when Ishmael was born and a hundred years old when Isaac was born. Ishmael would have been 13 years old when Sarah was pregnant with Isaac. For those 13 years, Abraham would have thought that God's promise to him was fulfilled. God promised him a son. He now had a … Continue reading Happy ending…or so he thought