Sowing each day
by grace alone
We are all waiting for a harvest.
We long to see God’s good fruit bear throughout our world, our relationships, and our own sinful hearts. But God is always patiently working. I write words in order to remind myself of the glorious truths of who our God is, what he has done, and what he has promised us even while we wait.
Take some time to think on the ways the Lord has already been growing a harvest by downloading my free set of readings on Remembering Our Memorials.
I love a good checklist. There’s something satisfying in visualizing what I’ve accomplished. Those fancy goal-driven planners, exercise coaches, or diet gurus want us all to do the same. Don’t think about what you didn’t do, but focus on what you did.
It’s a great idea, right? While it definitely could be in some cases, if I’m honest by the time my head hits the pillow, it’s hard to not think about all that wasn’t.
But what if we actually should think about our failures? Nestled in the book of Numbers are two seemingly boring passages that have much to say about this.
It's been a little while since I’ve posted on here, so this will be more of a short blog/personal update. Earlier this month I celebrated my thirty-third birthday (I think? Who can keep track anymore?!) The day ended with homemade gifts from the kids, and all of us...
After the whirlwind of a year that 2020 brought us, perhaps this January we feel a stronger need to buckle down and see positive results—in anything. We might feel tempted to master new disciplines whether in our job, health, or spirituality. Yet no matter how much we...
As it’s nearing the end of the year, I’m going to throw my hat into the ring of end-of-year book lists (Find my 2019 post here). While last year I followed Tim Challie’s Reading Challenge, this year I decided to pick titles on my own. Last year I was really excited...
My name is Brianna Lambert. I’m a wife, mom to three sweet kids, and a writer. I write for fun, I write in order to worship, and most of all I write with the hope that a sentence or a phrase might cause you to glory a little more in the Lord who made and redeemed us. Click here to find out more about me and how this blog came to be.
We can rejoice that the God who provided means for our justification is just as invested in providing for our needs of sanctification. We live by his grace alone.
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