Trust, The Vow, Lola, and Names of God – Reflections February 17, 2012

Christ's Reflections

River Tree by Jennifer Ellison via freedigitalphotos.net

Reflections for today:

  • How much do you trust God?
  • Can you catch Hollywood doing the right thing?
  • Do you know the deeper meanings behind the names of God?

What Does it Mean to Trust?

“Proverbs 3:5-6 says to “Trust in the Lord with all your heart; do not depend on your own understanding.  Seek his will in all you do, and he will show you which path to take.” Can we really wait for God to tell us which path to take? If you’re impatient like me, you probably don’t like that scripture verse very much…” Read Trusting God by Joana James

The Vow and The Lola Award

Nicole O’Dell’s NOW Ministries is for teenage girls and young women. If you have a daughter, granddaughter, sister, cousin, niece or friend in this category, then this website is for her (and for you.) Take a moment to check it out. Below is a a link to a post by my author friend, Laura Anderson Kurk, who invented the Lola Award for those in Hollywood who get something right.

“In this Hollywood moment, Sucsy got it right and is to be commended for his vision and for recognizing that there is a huge audience ready for films that return to meaningful values that last. Oh, and also, he put Channing Tatum in the movie.”
Read Laura Kurk: The Vow on Nicole O’Dell’s Choose NOW Ministries website

The Names of God

Another local Christian author, Annette O’Hare, is in the process of writing posts about the names of God. Enrich your day by reading What’s in a Name–The Names of God–Rav-Chesed by Annette O’Hare.

So, lately, have you had an occasion to wait on God, trusting that He has a plan? Share your answer by commenting below.

Have you seen Hollywood get it right recently? Have you seen or read The Vow? What did you think?

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