In this bizarre and gruesome account in Judges 1, we get a slightly horrifying reminder that we reap what we sow. Lets begin with the story and a reminder of a principle scripture makes clear.
Today I was reading a favorite bible story during my quiet time, the one where Moses’ father-in-law, Jethro, visits and sees Moses doing “too much” and basically checks him. Jethro is such an awesome example of godly counsel in this Continue reading
The name of your silk is Be Strong and Flourish. The colors in it are: Fuchsia representing passion Wisteria representing intimacy Peacock blue representing fullness of His word Plum representing prosperity Seafoam representing mercy Baby blue representing heaven Gold shimmer representing divine light
The name of your silk is True Harvest. The colors in it are: Blackberry representing prosperity Turquoise representing water of life Dark orange representing harvest, sowing and reaping Gold shimmer representing blessing