Coffee Anyone?

It COULD be the amount of coffee I’ve had today….

OR, it could be from the message preached last night at Grace by our Associate Pastor, Shane Martin….

OR, it could be the stirring from The Holy Spirit that I have felt for days…even a couple of weeks…

God is changing and rearranging things in my heart and life.

What’s in store???  He’s not informed me of everything…but just enough to get me so pumped up and excited.  (He–meaning God.)

I sit in my office every day…facing this spectacular picture.

 The clock is ticking.  We are running out of time–I don’t want to be found resting–but working toward the goal…toward the prize.

I want my words and actions to lead someone heavenward…not into complacently–or despondency.  

How do we do that?

By feeding first on HIS Word…before we open our mouth full of our words…

Psalms 19:14   Let the words of my mouth, and the meditation of my heart, be acceptable in thy sight, O Lord, my strength, and my redeemer.

This week I’m going to share a story from the Honduras mission about a man I met–and came to really admire as I watched him and listened to him.  I shared a picture of him in the last post, Mr. Bill Wester.

You don’t want to miss this story–

Video from Cambodia trip 2012.  Watch and continue to pray for the children and families of the “Floating Village”…

© Angie Knight- The Knightly News

Coffee Cup Image from Coffee House Ministry Logo.

About Angie Knight

On a journey with purpose, with my best friend and love of my life! View all posts by Angie Knight

3 responses to “Coffee Anyone?

  • Kathy Schwanke

    Hi Angie!
    Would love to have a cup with you and learn about your missions. This song wrecks me. Follow you…

    I've been connected to a woman from 'the underworld' of abuse, drug use, multiple children from different fathers, illness, abortion. I am amazed at the endurance of life. She is 32 and has lived 10 lives. I though I had her talked into going to a recovery program where she could be nurtured as a new plant, but she changed her mind and decided she loved her people in her old life more than she wanted to be free. I am so grieved. But this song, it renews my heart to press on.

    Are you returning to the mission field soon? I have not been able to keep up with blogs as I'd like. Glad you posted on Facebook and I happened to see it!

    Love you!

  • Denise

    praying sis, love you.

  • elaine @ peace for the journey

    Another world away, this floating village, yet so very close and connected to the heart of the Father. Thank you for expanding my view of heaven today.

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