So last week, after all our talk about seeking first the Kingdom of God, I ended up going down a little bit of a rabbit hole looking at some more kingdom based parables.
This led me to Matthew 25 where Jesus told the story of the 10 virgins. This passage is seriously meaty and has so much to teach us; so I think that we'll be hanging out there for the next few weeks- especially in keeping with our recent discussions about relationships (here and here).
Today, however, we're going to be speaking about how to keep your light burning as a Christian woman and why that has everything to do with practicing self-care in order to not run out of "oil" (something I seriously struggled with this week!)- all of which I shared on my Facebook page this week via the (live) video below.
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- Matthew 25:1-13
- Matthew 5:14-16
- 2nd Corinthians 2:15
- Ecclesiastes 5:18
- Psalm 75:6-7
- Galatians 6:9
- Psalm 45:7
OTHER RESOURCES/ARTICLES MENTIONED
- Stuck to Savvy- a 3 day challenge that will move you from stuck, stagnant and frustrated to savvy, satisfied and clear about your life path!
- How to overcome life's challenges through faith
- How to overcome overwhelm with your God-given vision (The birthing process part 2)
- Lessons from Matthew 13:33 on how to seek first the kingdom of God and His righteousness
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