Jesus

Shadowfeet, by Brook Fraser


Great song. Be encouraged!

Lyrics
Walking, stumbling on these shadowfeet
toward home, a land that I’ve never seen
I am changing: less and less asleep
made of different stuff than when i began
and i have sensed it all along
fast approaching is the day
when the world has fallen out from under me
I’ll be found in you, still standing
when the sky rolls up and mountains fall on their knees
when time and space are through
I’ll be found in you
Theres distraction buzzing in my head
saying in the shadows it’s easier to stay
but I’ve heard rumors of true reality
whispers of a well-lit way
when the world has fallen out from under me
I’ll be found in you, still standing
when the sky rolls up and mountains fall on their knees
when time and space are through
I’ll be found in you
You make all things new
When the world has fallen out from under me
I’ll be found in you, still standing
Every fear and accusation under my feet
when time and space are through
I’ll be found in you
Source: LyricFind
Songwriters: Brooke Fraser
Shadowfeet lyrics © Kobalt Music Publishing Ltd.

Luck or Providence?


Whenever you or I look to something, someone, or some force other than God Himself to work things out for us, that thing becomes an idol; a tool that Satan will use to move your faith, hope, and trust away from God and toward chance. Christ reveals to us what He is doing, and everything we need to know about Him and His actions and ways is written for us in the Scriptures. Commentary from Detours by Tony Evans and the In Touch devotional by Charles Stanley, October 11, 2021.

Ignoring the Word


Putting together a toy or a piece of furniture rarely goes as smoothly as expected. This is especially true if we don’t read the instructions. Perhaps they’re too long or difficult to understand, so we ignore them. Then we wonder why the project doesn’t turn out right. This is how many believers live the Christian life. They try to figure it out without referring to God’s Word. The Bible is too long, they think. But ignoring the Word of God is dangerous. When we stop reading Scripture and applying its principles, we don’t just stand still; we actually start drifting away from God. If you desire to glorify God and overcome worries, fears, and sin, the Scripture must be your priority. Reading, studying, and applying the Word may require sacrifices, but the reward of knowing your Savior better and living a life pleasing to God is worth it. Commentary from the In Touch devotional by Charles Stanley, October 6, 2021.