Wednesday, April 26, 2006

This Journey I walk

I read my devotion early tonight, read through the book of Jude (those who know your bible, know that this was not a huge feat by any means!), and then went ahead and read 2 more devotionals, and started reading the book of Revelations. I've decided that I'm going to read through the book of Revelations. I think I can have it read with in 2 weeks. Please be in prayer for me, I know it's a difficult book to read. I know there's a lot that I'll have to really digest. I know it's one of the most graphic and some say scary books of the bible, but for the last couple of years, yes years I've known I need to read this book, yet I've been putting it off. No more procrastination. I may need to journal about it, so be prepared if I have to sort all my feelings about what I'm reading. I may not be able to share here because it may just be simply too personal.

 

I have more things to write about, but it's going to be in another entry.

 

God Bless

5 comments:

pixiedustnme said...

Hmmm, OK, still waiting for that other entry :-)   -Kelly  www.pixiedustnme.blogspot.com

deshelestraci said...

Don't get too bogged down in Revelations.  Just enjoy the journey and knowing God is in control.
Traci

fairylaura said...

I haven't read that yet. I haven't read anything since Lo was born. I was reading the bible until she came along. I learned so much from it. Hope you keep us updated with the book.

Laura

randlprysock said...

Revelations is great.  Helps if you can get any material from Jack Vanappe.  They are great with Daniel and Revelation and prophecy and end times teaching.  Hugs,
Lisa  

hunybea4him said...

You will be blessed by reading it.. that is a promise in the first few lines of Rev.. and I know some think of it as a hard scarry book.. but I am amazed by it all and find it full of hope and promises.  Looking forward to your thoughts on it and if you have questions share with the class so that we may ponder with you lol.

Much Love,
Mary