God tells me that, whenever I seek him, I will find him.  When I commit to reading God’s word, I can know without a doubt that he will speak to me.  I believe that God is constantly trying to speak to me, I’m just not always listening.  When I put myself in a place where I can hear him, he always speaks.

Do we want God to guide us?  Do we want to experience God’s transforming power in our lives?  Do we want to have the peace and contentment that only God can give?

My plans and dreams were blown apart on May 19, 2016 when my son, David Glasser, who was a Phoenix Police Officer, was killed in the line of duty.  When my world shook, my Father God was my Rock.  And he is walking right beside me as I figure out how to move forward into a place I never wanted to go.  Even though I’ve been a Christ -follower my whole life, I am learning to trust him on a new level.

Every time I read God’s word, he reveals new truths to me.  I sit with my Bible in my lap, expecting God to stop me and either tell me something new or remind me of something important.  And it happens every time.  That is what I’m sharing with you.

I will be closer to God a year from now from diving into his words and wisdom.  I’m inviting you to come along – read, contemplate and respond.

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  1. Greetings
    Its nice to join you on this journey,in this day where many are not grounded in the word its refreshing to see that some are.
    Looking forward to seems will be an interesting period as we hear more from eachother about the word.

    God bless.

    1. Thanks for the encouragement! I know God has some new things to say to us through his word. Its an exciting journey. I’m really enjoying the chronological reading again this year – it gives us a much better feeling for how everything fits together. God bless you, too!

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