There is a scene from a Sponge Bob episode that Sponge Bob is trying to retrieve information out of his brain. It shows the inside of his brain as a room full of file cabinets and a bunch of mini Sponge Bob's frantically running around pulling out files trying to find the info he is looking for and ends up with them all short circuiting and the files all flying everywhere. For months I have been thinking about how it seems to be a part of our human nature to want to "label"
A while back I found myself returning to a well known story in John 5. Most of us have read the story of the crippled man at the pool of Bethesda. I thought I knew the story through and through, but there is so much more to the story... so much more that makes this miracle even more significant than I had ever realized, so much that speaks to my heart through the centuries and reveals the healing available to us all no matter how "broken" we may be. John 5:2 "Now there is
“Again, the kingdom of heaven is like treasure hidden in a field, which a man found and hid; and for joy over it he goes and sells all that he has and buys that field." Matthew 13:44 A few weeks ago during prayer, I felt Holy Spirit speaking to me about the parables of the Kingdom of Heaven, the treasure hidden in the field. It is taught that the gospel is the field in which the treasure, Jesus, is to be found… in His word. When we find Jesus, our true treasure of priceles