By Joni Eareckson Tada
Advent: the cost of rubies -- The anger that heals -- respiring room -- by no means on my own -- enough grace -- stay when you are ready -- A legacy of prayer -- wish past solutions -- higher via a ways -- Why might He say no? -- at the back of enemy strains -- end: Marching to Zion
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It affects how much glory you give to Him. ” Please hear these next words. They have come to me as a ruby, hard-won through the years: Your imagination about God — especially in the midst of tragedy—isn’t reliable. We must run to the true portrait He gives us in His Word. If we simply trust our emotions about Him, we re-create Him in our own image ... ” Deep down I didn’t really believe that about God, but the more I let that thought bounce through the despair-twisted corridors of my emotions, the more it became “real” to me.
These have come so that your faith — of greater worth than gold, which perishes even though refined by fire — may be proved genuine and may result in praise, glory and honor when Jesus Christ is revealed. (1 Peter 1:6 - 7) 1 The Anger That Heals UNIVERSITY OF MARYLAND HOSPITAL, BALTIMORE, MARYLAND, NOVEMBER 1967 The surgery, they tell me, was a success. Something about bone chips, scraped from my hip, pressed like mortar in between the broken cervical vertebrae. They say the graft — the patch job — is working well, and to celebrate, the doctor unscrewed the bolts in my head.
Could that have happened while he lay bleeding in the dust of Lystra? In those moments, he “heard inexpressible things, things that man is not permitted to tell” (2 Corinthians 12:4). Paul was given a ruby of wisdom so rare, so sacred, so precious, that he kept it in secret for the rest of his days. Who knows what effect that vision had on his life? What we do know is that he went on to write thirteen books of the New Testament, giving believers of every generation, in numberless languages, a firm place to stand in a broken and uncertain world.
A lifetime of wisdom : embracing the way God heals you by Joni Eareckson Tada