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Glimmers in the Fog Podcast
Finding Glimpses of Divine Providence in Everyday Life
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December 19, 2018 10:02 AM PST

How much love does it take for a king to leave his splendor in order to wrap himself in the rags of common humanity? One minute Jesus was walking on streets of gold and the next he was beginning a long journey on a dusty road to a destination called Calvary. Jesus chose sacrificial love to the point of death for the joy of being with us. This Christmas, discover the kind of joy that leaves you changed, not just happy. When we allow the Spirit of Christ to complete His work in us, we become Christmas miracles ourselves.

December 12, 2018 03:50 PM PST

When life takes a turn we could've never imagined, God calls us to trust Him regardless of baffling circumstances. Joseph gives us a powerful example of obeying God even when the path ahead demands that we walk through darkness. If we love God, then we will trust God. And in order to trust, we must continually obey.

December 05, 2018 02:31 PM PST

During the Advent season, many people have only a superficial understanding of one of the most pivotal characters in the Christmas story — Mary. She had the most important ingredient for God to use her to usher in the greatest event in human history — humility. Like yeast added to dough, humility is the ingredient that triggers spiritual greatness for God’s glory. All the raw ingredients can be inside a person, but without humility, even the best combination of traits will fall short of God’s plan.

November 28, 2018 12:39 PM PST

There’s not a person on this planet who doesn’t make mountains out of molehills when it comes to doing things they dread. But God can turn any pile of misery into magnificence if we seek His glory and not our own. Here are five steps we can take to glorify Him even in the most arduous tasks and annoying situations.

November 21, 2018 08:35 AM PST

What do the Grinch, Clark Griswold, and George Bailey have in common? Find out what Christmas movies can teach us about Thanksgiving and preparing our hearts for the Advent season. #Thanksgiving #ChristmasMovies #WednesdayWisdom #gratitude #thankfulness #Jesus #Advent #Christian #Inspirational

November 14, 2018 02:31 PM PST

The mind is like a muscle. It prefers to sit on the couch of familiarity.
Discipline is like exercise. It kicks the mind off the couch every day.
The brain's plasticity is reshaped and improved gradually by repeated practice, not a sweeping instant transformation. Each step we take in following Jesus' lead teaches us to lean on the power of the Holy Spirit for the next step. God is ready to do some mental rewiring in your life if you’re willing to practice.

November 07, 2018 02:39 PM PST

When we go through difficulties or disappointments, our souls long to be soothed. But we can’t expect to be fully comforted, calmed, cheered, strengthened, satisfied, or healed when we only receive a tiny slice of what God offers. In every frustration, every need, every decision, the Word beckons us, saying to us over and over, “If you only knew the gift God has for you.” Like an antibiotic salve, the Word treats the most infectious spiritual bacteria running rampant in our lives and soothes our souls.

October 31, 2018 08:22 AM PDT

When the negative rhetoric is scarier than Halloween movies, how do we see the truth and make decisions that honor God? Following God's wisdom in the Bible, we can find the truth in the chaos of the election season and beyond. No matter how it turns out, ultimately voting should be about Christians earnestly seeking communion with God, not merely fulfilling a civic duty.

October 24, 2018 12:15 PM PDT

We live in a world that is quick to condemn and prone to instant reactionary judgment regardless of moral, ethical, religious, or political leaning. And communicating the fullness of Christ’s love to someone we disagree with is next to impossible if we are telling them that something they are doing is hateful at the same time. All they hear is the hate in our words, and miss the love, even if it’s really there. So for those who long to share the love of God with others, what are we to do? While I don't have the complete answer to that question, I have found some clues to share based on two fundamental truths Jesus taught plainly. Listen to find out more!

October 17, 2018 01:31 PM PDT

As we have all discovered at one time or another, attempting to lock up a secret is as effective trying to conceal the sunrise — you may block the light for a while, but there’s no denying the time of day. All too often, secrets start as little things that slowly snowball over time, fed by the darkness we keep them in. Yet the human heart wasn’t designed to be a labyrinth of secrets. Rather, it was created to be a throne room for God Himself. As such, any secret we create will take up space that our Heavenly Father longs to fill up with His goodness, beauty, peace, truth, hope, and love.

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