Check This Out: Crumbs for Making the Devil Cringe (You’ll be glad you did!)

                              Run devil run

“I’m throwing the trash, clearing the junk.
I’m firing the cannon, you’re gonna get sunk.
You better sail off to the seven seas.
There’s not enough room for you and for me.
Once again if you would please,
‘There’s not enough room for you and for me.’”
Ke ha (run devil run)


 “The Lord will not lead you where the grace of God cannot keep you.” Norris C. Scott

       waiting room     “The next time you find yourself in God’s waiting room through a personal loss, an unexpected difficulty, a severe test, or a wilderness time when you desperately need answers but can’t seem to find them, get alone in a quiet place and ask God these questions:

  1. Lord, is there something you want to show me about Your character through this?
  2. How can I love you more deeply and become more like You in this process?
  3. How can I bring You glory in this situation?
  4. Is there anything that needs changing in my life or anything you want to teach me?
  5. How can you use this experience to help someone else?    From Rebecca Barlow Jordan’s blog:  

“Being an effective witness entails maintaining a close relationship with God through prayer and Bible study, and being receptive to be placed into circumstances where people need spiritual assistance. When dealing with people who do not believe in God, it requires Divine strength to be able to respond both accurately and appropriately, because as a witness, how you respond is every bit a part of your message as what you have to say in the first place. Andrew S. Baker


“And when the Holy Spirit comes on you, you will be able to be my witnesses in Jerusalem, all over Judea and Samaria, even to the ends of the world.” Acts 1:8 The Message   (and in our case, even Poland!)


4 Responses to “Check This Out: Crumbs for Making the Devil Cringe (You’ll be glad you did!)”
  1. Sue says:

    OH I love it, Elizabeth! Great words and wonderful pictures, especially the last one. 😉

    • Thanks, Sue. You and Paul have played such a dynamic and ecouraging part in our Poland Project. Without you, we wouldn’t have gone. Without you, we wouldn’t have thrived. 🙂

  2. Deborah Fields says:

    Great picture of you two!!!

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