Wednesday, April 14, 2010

God's Unfailing Love

The longer we've been here in Annapolis, the more I am seeing God's unfailing love lavished on me. I often try to take this new church we are starting into my own hands. It's easy to think it's my responsibility (or our responsibility) to make it all happen and to bring it all together. My intentions are pure- I'm a hard worker, that's all I know to do. God it reminding me to be still and to wait on Him. As I was reading this morning God brought Isaiah 64:4 to me
"Since ancient times no one has heard,
no ear has perceived,
no eye has seen any God besides you,
who acts on behalf of those who wait for him."

I just thank God that he reminds me he's been here all along and has a plan to bring this all together. I am more excited than I ever have been about Revolution Annapolis! I can't wait for 10/10/10 (our official launch date for the church) to come, but I know I need to savor these precious moments and wait for Him. I am watching God craft something out of nothing. We often refer to this new church as our baby church. Just as you wait for a baby to be born we are anticipating this new baby church! God is refining me and my patience and trust in Him. He's reminding me that God brought us here for a reason- to start a new church for people who don't go to church, to show Jesus' radical love on this community through action and to be a community of people that care for one another. He promises- He'll never leave us nor forsake us! (Joshua 1:5) God's unfailing love is real and I'm learning to lean on Him more than ever before.


  1. I think being still hear God and see His plan unfold (on His perfect time schedule) can be so hard to do. It's something I struggle with daily (sometimes by the second). I literally tell myself that every nano-second is God's plan unfolding right before my eyes...He wants me to enjoy it and not rush the process (which I'm so good at doing). It is amazing how God is using you and Josh (and Savannah, too!) to spread His word to the people of Annapolis. We miss you and love you!

  2. You guys make great parents of this baby church (and of Savannah)! I love that me and Matt are going to be a part of it.

  3. Sarah, spoke to Josh yesterday and he said he wanted me to comment on your blog, but I'm not sure this is the right place so feel free to cut and paste somewhere else if needed. Josh told me that after the first round of Chemotherapy, the doctor's see no signs of cancer in Autumn. Just wanted to let Autumn's parents know, and others that may read this, that about 8 weeks ago Creed, Mike Fewster and I began a 28 day 3D process and everyday we prayed for specific and different intentions. However, on the first day Creed said we should pick one thing to pray for all 28 days that if it happened we would truly believe it was a miracle. We prayed everyday that if it was God's will that Autumn would be healed, and I just wanted to let her parents know how Great God is, and how happy I am for them that they're daughter has been healed.

    Brendan Boughton