Life a Weblog for Young Adults
When I moved to the bustling city of Madrid, Spain, last year, I hardly expected to find myself homeless. OK, physically, I’m not really homeless, but I’ve found that God has awakened a homelessness in my heart since I started living and working here. What is this strange tension I feel?
What if I invited each of you over for a massive dinner party? Hopefully, you would expect to have a good time while in my home. It wouldn’t be one of those stuffy, lame gatherings. Just dinner, some good music, and quality conversation. Imagine this scene with me…
Our first date place, the home of our favorite cup of coffee, that get-together location with our friends. These places provide us with special moments, arouse feelings and memories, and often even give us that unique boost we need to push forward in our day. But, what about your points of inspiration with God? Are you regularly seeking inspiration from Him. Do you think this is important? God thinks it is important. In 1 Thessalonians 1:3, Paul specifically noted the work of the church and their source of inspiration.