I sing for joy at the works of your hands.
How great are your works, O LORD
Today I am celebrating the 100th post of this blog, and want to take this opportunity to thank all of you who have taken the time to stop, read and comment on my humble little posts over the last few months. Your encouragement has been very important, and I will continue to post as long as God allows me and as he gives me inspiration. Thank you today to Simon Wright who has provided the stunning photo above. Simon is a leader in my church and is blessed with a great gift of photography; I hope to be using many more of his gems.
Sometime ago, I was talking about this blog with a friend. She had been looking at it, and after asking the question "what exactly is a blog?" (I still don't really know!), she said "Do you think someone could come to Christ through a blog?". The question stopped me in my tracks. I had not really thought about it, but that question has stayed with me. Wouldn't it be wonderful if someone discovered Jesus through one of us who blog for him? I am someone who lacks courage in talking to people about Jesus, but I hope in this way I can be a witness for him. One of the verses that encouraged me to start posting is from Exodus 4:2, Then the LORD said to him, "What is that in your hand?. Moses was asked to use something that he used everyday, something ordinary, something utilitarian. As he did so, an amazing miracle took place! May God use all of us as we offer him what we have in our hands, and may someone, somewhere, find Jesus through us.