God is big.
I am small.
And that’s okay!

Isaiah 55: 8-9 is a brilliant piece of scripture to read:

You know what?
It’s okay not to know everything. And not to know everything about God. God will always be bigger than all you think you know about Him. So quit worrying about that!

I live praying a simple prayer each day: “God, make me open to all that I experience today.”
In being open, God will show you things. He will show you how He sees the events in your life.



God sees us as Sinners, who are dead in our sin or Saints, who live for Him.

Read 1 John 1:9 here –

A Sinner is someone who sins. It is someone who does not have the power to stop sinning. Some people don’t like to be told that they are sinners. They say, “I already feel so bad about myself.”

Until we see and believe that we are more sinful than we think, but more loved by God than we could ever know, we will never be able to be forgiven of our sins and be set free to live eternal life.
Are you a sinner or a saint?




I wear this chain with a cross on it and inscribed on the cross is the Hebrew word: “Hesed”.
The interesting thing is that there is no “single” English word that can capture the meaning of Hesed. So translators came up with a few: “Kindness, loving kindness, mercy, loyalty and loyal love.”

Psalm 145:8 ( and Joel 2: 13 ( are just two verses of many where we learn about who God is and what Hesed means.

Like the word Hesed cannot be put into a “one-word description” – same is true of God; we can’t describe Him with just one word.



Read 1 Samuel 3:10 (

We live in the information age. Constantly bombarded with messages. With good or bad news, we can somehow get caught up in fake realities. From television news to reality shows, we are constantly fed messages that aren’t real. Which sometimes become louder than the voice of God.

God wants us to hear Him so we can respond in obedience to Him. The message of the Gospel has stood the test of time and hasn’t changed therefore should be trusted above all messages. Because of this message we are able to hear God and therefore truly live for Him.