We recently adopted a new dog named Chief. When he first arrived, his desire to please us was so great that we were able to allow him to run off lead because he would come immediately when called. He loved Continue reading Choosing Obedience (1 John 5:3)
Max (my dog) tends to be skittish. He also has a tendency to cower. Let me preface this to say, he is spoiled – no abuse for him in my household not the one that he came from before. The Continue reading Cower or Step Boldly
As I mentioned in a previous blog (In Your Presence), my puppy Max got skunked. Now he is exceedingly fragrant. And that fragrance lingers. At church on Sunday I caught a whiff of it on one of my flags, I Continue reading What Aroma are You Leaving? (2 Corinthians 2:15-16)
God loves to give me object lessons through my furry friends (my dogs) This isn’t the first time He’s whispered to me about hanging out with Him through my furry beast (Closeness, Free to Choose Closeness, Signs & Wonders vs. Intimacy, and another Continue reading In Your Presence
God’s been using my puppy again to show me His heart. Since I’m working from home full-time now, I’m here a lot. This means Sketch and I are in the same vicinity a lot. I love having my puppy close Continue reading Free to Choose Closeness
If worship is our gift to God is it more important that it be how we want? Or how He wants?
God loves to use my dog, Sketch, as an object lesson to show me how things we do effect Him. Today is one such example. While I was in the middle of something, Sketch informed me he wanted to go Continue reading Whining and Complaining (Phil 2:14)
Tonight when I got home my dog (Sketch) followed me upstairs to my office – it’s not something he normally does. He lay quietly waiting as I worked on the computer for several hours.
I had a moment with the dog (Sketch) today that God used to highlight an interesting point to me. I went to join Sketch on the floor for a moment of snuggles, his bone on the floor next to him. Continue reading Releasing What’s “Mine”