In Chapter 14 of "Uninvited", Lysa TerKuerst uses Psalm 91 as a prayer to work through the in-between times from rejection to healing. Reading and meditating on Scripture is healing and strength-giving.
I have to admit, sometimes the in-between seems like a desert...a no man's land of sorts. You want to move forward, but can't or . . .
I love the title of chapter 13 "Uninvited" by Lysa TerKeurst. Often God hides miracles in the midst of the mess and chaos of the circumstances in our lives.
She shares several stories from the Gospels of how before and after the each miracle, the disciples and others often "laughed" at Jesus, didn't believe Him, or didn't . . .
This quote is such a good reminder from "Uninvited" by Lysa TerKeurst in chapter 12.
"The devil is vicious, but he is NOT victorious". I'm so thankful that Jesus' work on the cross was complete and whole. Everything that I have ever done or will do, is covered by His precious blood . . .
10 Things to Remember
Chapter 11 in "Uninvited" (by Lysa TerKeurst) talks about 10 things that we need to remember when we feel rejected.
1. "One rejection is not a projection of future failures." A rejection doesn't mean that you are rejected or a failure. It just means that it didn't work out this time...it's a circumstance from which to learn.
2. "Rejection . . .
Chapter 10 in "Uninvited" (by Lysa TerKeurst) talks about how we are to maximize God, which keeps our weaknesses in perspective. I love the quote in the picture, "There is an abundant need in this world for your exact brand of beautiful."
Let that sink in deep...no one else can bring to this world, what you can. God created you for a . . .
It has been awhile since I've blogged about Lysa TerKeurst's Book "Uninvited" but I keep feeling this nudging from the Lord to finish. So, I'm going to try to do that over the next few months and hope you will join in the journey. Check out all the posts in this category on my bio page.
I truly enjoyed this book and it opened my eyes . . .
We have just celebrated Thanksgiving and I was blessed to spend some extended time with my precious family of 4 and good friends! It was so much fun to have time to play cards, eat, go shopping, talk and catch up on each others' lives.
As I sat and reflected this morning on the wonderful memories, I was reminded of Lysa TerKeurst's . . .