Over the last couple weeks I have been studying the life of Deborah, the prophetess and judge. As one of the few female leaders in the Bible, her story and life is fascinating. And while we don’t have many details, God gives us enough information to make several important observations. So over the next couple of weeks, I’m going to share some of the lessons I’ve gleaned from this mighty woman of God in a little mini-series called “Deborah: A Light in the Darkness.
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It’s been over four months of crazy. Four months since we’ve been able to walk around and see people’s faces. How did what initially started out as two weeks of quarantine morph into four months of chaos? Now we’re on the other side and stepping into a brand new world. A world where everyone tries to maintain a six-foot personal bubble. A strange landscape of masks, face shields, and sanitizing wipes. Gone are the days of hugs and handshakes, and in their place are social bubbles and endless Zoom calls. What is this world coming to?!
It’s time to celebrate!!! Five years ago today, August 6, 2015, the first post on So I Fix My Eyes was published. What started out as a simple blog sharing thoughts and reflections has grown into a multifaceted website with 480 posts! People from all over the world have visited and many people have been blessed by the content shared over the years.
Welcome to a new month! August is here and with it an exciting announcement. I recently wrapped up another Bible study series and finished the July worship set, and this week I have an exciting announcement. So I’m going to take a break from the usual posting schedule. However, you will need to wait until Thursday for the big news. But now you have a heads up so be sure to keep an eye on the blog or your inbox if you get the emails. You won’t want to miss what’s coming up!
So with that bit of suspense, have a great week and keep focusing your gaze on the unseen and eternal.
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