Chapter one, verse one of the book of Sirach, “All wisdom comes from the Lord.” The wisdom of God, produces a steadfast heart, an unwavering heart. And the only way we can know God’s wisdom is to seek His wisdom. Not only seek it, but ponder it, consider it, and meditate on it, so we can understand it. The Book of Sirach also states, “Meditate constantly on His commands.” So this constant meditation? It is not necessarily a continual meditation on God’s commands, but a continual returning our mind to thoughts of God.
BIG post full of Sirach Bible Study and Journal details: a giveaway (when and how…hint, get your camera ready!) and info on our Sirach Bible Study and Journal with Friends.
I’m not entirely sure why it’s taken me almost three full days to announce the release of the Sirach Bible Study and Journal? Maybe the answers lie in the fact that while writing this announcement post, I realized I’ve been laboring a lot longer than I thought with this book.
Woo-Hoo its another Freebie Friday! I made another set of wallpapers–mobile and desktop/laptop, based on a couple of verses from Sirach. If you enjoy these freebies, please share them with your friends by clicking the “Like” “Tweet” or “Pin” buttons in the upper left hand corner of this email.
Dear Facebook, You’re probably expecting another “It’s not you, it’s me” breakup letter. I’ve seen quite a few of them recently. This is a breakup letter, but…well, it really is you. You’re the problem in this relationship and honestly, I’m tired of you yanking my chain; the chain connected to my heart and mind. I’ve realized you’re distracting me from my purpose and I’ve got to let you go.
Welcome to Freebie Friday here at The Littlest Way. Today I want to give you a computer or mobile wallpaper…