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A Woman who Fears the Lord



The Challenge of Biblical Womanhood - to consider how to become more of a godly woman, to encourage others to become women after God's heart, and to be accountable to myself and others as I work on those qualities presented to us by women of the Bible



Updated: 2018-01-21T17:40:02.099+00:00

 



The Most Powerful Drug

2007-12-28T20:05:18.473+00:00

I'm on call for the festive period so don't expect to get to a computer that allows me on to Blogger until Boxing Day, so don't think I've done another disappearing act!One website that I do get access to is Free Rice. While extending your vocabulary, you will donate 20 grains of rice via the United Nations World Food Program for every word you get right.Words are, of course, the most powerful



A God Merciful and Gracious

2007-12-20T00:03:24.525+00:00

It's again been a while since I shared my scripture memory, but it's such a lovely verse to read and remember.Moses records this proclamation of God just after the Israelites have made their golden calf (Exodus 32). Moses had chastised the people and pleaded for mercy for them from the Lord. Despite their rebellion, God forgave the Israelites and gave this wonderful promise to his people.The Lord



To Stir Up One Another

2007-12-17T18:46:14.125+00:00

"Hmm, hello," she says, shyly sidling up to you all. "Not seen you in a while, eh?"I hope you will all forgive me for my sudden and lengthy departure from the blogging world. Quite a few things, some good, some not so good, have been going on - I'll tell you about them all at some point.Then: I was looking for a jobNow: I got jobs in Scotland, Newcastle and Cambridge and decided to move all the



The Thinking Blogger Award

2007-04-09T09:30:37.651+00:00

Having been away all week, dashing around the country, it was lovely to get home last night and to get a sleep in my own bed! It was even more of a delight when I checked my emails and was told that two of my friends in Blogland, Janna of Bread Crumbs and Simple Christian Living had bestowed on me a wee present.The Thinking Blogger Award was started by the thinking blog and has spread around the



Wisdom of the Wise: Robert Murray McCheyne

2007-04-06T18:43:58.537+00:00

He was without any comforts of God - no feeling that God loved him - no feeling that God pitied him - no feeling that God supported him. God was his sun before - now that sun became all darkness...He was without God - he was as if he had no God. All that God had been to him before was taken from him now. He was Godless - deprived of his God. He had the feeling of the condemned, when the Judge



Why are you Anxious?

2007-12-28T20:08:04.474+00:00

This is just a quick visit to say that I will not be around this week. I fly down to Oxford tomorrow for an interview there on Wednesday. The interview for the whole of Scotland on Friday was fine but not outstanding. Maybe it is time to leave Scotland having lived here for almost 27 years now. I think I would quite like being close to London too, rather than hidden away in the Highlands! I know



To be Happy with his Wife

2007-03-30T22:46:36.705+00:00

I have told you before about a wonderful friend of mine. She is a godly woman and a real sister in the Lord. We have become such close friends over the last year, mainly because she is one of the few people in real life with whom I can be really and truly honest. I have been having some difficulties recently with a few issues, but have been so blessed to be able to share with her, be accountable



How Many of Me?

2007-03-30T21:06:05.212+00:00

HowManyOfMe.comThere are0people with my namein the U.S.A.How many have your name?This explains why I have never put my full name up here! I am rather proud of the fact that if you Google me, it is only me who comes up! How many of you are there?



Carnival of Beauty: Being Made in God's Image

2007-03-28T05:15:59.832+00:00

Welcome to the Carnival of Beauty, this week travelling to Scotland to reflect onThe Beauty of being Made in God's ImageThrough her Scribblings, Blair notes that God took us from being "without form, and void" like the earth, to forming us into his likeness and filling our void with his Breath of Life.The Happy Wonderer, Ellen, wonders about being made in God's image, the call to be holy as God



Beauty of being Made in God's Image: After Our Likeness

2007-03-27T23:00:32.158+00:00

The Carnival of Beauty this weeks calls us to reflect on the Beauty of being Made in God's Image. Return here on Wednesday to read all the contributions from across the globe!Genesis 1 tells us that on the sixth day of creation: God said, "Let us make man in our image, after our likeness. And let them have dominion over the fish of the sea and over the birds of the heavens and over the livestock



The LORD is our Righteousness

2007-03-28T05:08:19.185+00:00

Yesterday marked the anniversary of the death of the Scottish preacher, Robert Murray McCheyne, who died in 1843, aged only 29 years old. His short life and ministry was marked by great revival amongst his congregation in Dundee and some wonderful writings now known all over the world. If you think you have never heard of him before, you might be surprised to discover that it was him who



Wisdom of the Wise: Alexander MacLaren

2007-03-23T20:45:07.217+00:00

No unwelcome tasks become any the less unwelcome by putting them off till tomorrow. It is only when they are behind us and done, that we begin to find that there is a sweetness to be tasted afterwards, and that the remembrance of unwelcome duties unhesitatingly done is welcome and pleasant. Accomplished, they are full of blessing, and there is a smile on their faces as they leave us. Undone, they



Be as Careful of the Books you Read

2007-03-22T06:17:02.670+00:00

After last year's Fall into Reading challenge from Callapidder Days, Katrina is encouraging us to return to our bookshelves with the Spring Reading Thing 2007. She writes: Have you fallen behind on your To-Be-Read list? Do you have five books that you've started but haven't finished? Have you been meaning to get around to that great book your friend recommended but just haven't done it yet? Do



The Beauty of being Made in God's Image

2007-03-21T20:46:01.344+00:00

As a medical student and now as a doctor, I never cease to be amazed at how the human body works and how it all fits together. Medicine has moved on a lot from thinking all illness was due to an imbalance in the four humours and there is so much that we can do now in the fight against disease. However there is still so much that we just don't understand. It really calls me to worship and praise



Holy, Holy, Holy

2007-03-21T20:26:07.859+00:00

It's taken me a wee while to get round to this, but the next scripture memory focuses on God's holiness. Isaiah reminds us that the Lord is holy fifty-seven times! God has set himself apart from sin (Joshua 24:19). The Lord shows his holiness through his own righteousness (Isaiah 5:16). Through his own holiness, he will make Jerusalem holy (Joel 3:17). Jesus was recognised as the "Holy One of God



Tolle Lege, Tolle Lege

2007-03-16T07:12:53.536+00:00

This comes from John Dekker's Journal - let me know if you do this too!Hardback or trade paperback or mass market paperback?I do most of my reading in bed or on the train, so I prefer paperback. For reference books or my favourite books, hardback is best.Online purchase or brick and mortar?Online is fine if I know exactly what I am looking for, but I look to wander round bookshops, looking at



Evensong and Engagements

2007-03-15T13:53:54.369+00:00

While I don't wish to turn this blog into posts all about "a nice story about going to the supermarket then relating it back to a Christian theme", I've been away quite a bit this week, so there is quite a bit of news to tell you!I spent Friday recording my first CD! We only sing unaccompanied psalms in my denomination, so a few years ago, the psalms were retranslated into more modern English



Wisdom of the Wise: Elisabeth Elliot

2007-03-15T10:15:40.237+00:00

Today there are just too many things to do. My natural response is to fret and fear. Both are forbidden: Fret not. Fear not. That tells me what not to do. What, then, should I do? I will run the course set out in thy commandments, for they gladden my heart (Ps 119:32 NEB).There will be both time and strength today to run that course, for it is always possible to do the will of God. The course He



Is Someone Trying to Tell Me Something?!

2007-03-10T10:45:20.362+00:00

Your Inner European is Swedish!Relaxed and peaceful.You like to kick back and enjoy life.Who's Your Inner European?You Should Learn SwedishFantastisk! You're laid back about learning a language - and about life in general.Peaceful, beautiful Sweden is ideal for you... And you won't even have to speak perfect Swedish to get around!What Language Should You Learn?



Earnestly Desire the Spiritual Gifts

2007-03-08T15:30:01.983+00:00

I have been clearing out piles of paper in preparation for packing up and moving house and have found another interesting letter from a friend (the same one as gave me the article about Fasting and Feasting in Lent) that I thought I would share.All this uncertainty about jobs has made me evaluate what I achieved so far in my personal, professional and spiritual life. Sitting on the floor of my



Mangling Medical Careers

2007-03-08T14:39:47.393+00:00

I've not had much time for blogging this week, but it has been a busy time as junior doctors all over the UK have faced the chaos of the new job application system, Moderning Medical Careers. I am one of the lucky ones. I have 4 job interviews - many of my friends have none. Unfortunately, I can't link to all the television and radio programmes this has been featured on, but this is some of the



My Visual DNA

2007-03-07T17:02:01.652+00:00

Read my VisualDNA™ Get your own VisualDNA™HT: Kristy @ Just My Journal



5. Are there more Gods than one?

2007-03-05T22:38:43.713+00:00

There is but one only, the living and true God.Twice a day, Jews throughout the world will recite the Shema, the words of Deuteronomy 6:4, as part of the daily prayers reminding them of the oneness of God, and of the command to and rewards of loving him with the whole heart and soul and mind and strength.Although we worship God as a Trinity, the Bible and Christian doctrine are clear that God is



Desperately Seeking Doctors

2007-03-03T23:36:29.751+00:00

As I write my job applications, attend my interviews and generally panic about the looming prospect of unemployment, perhaps Kristy, Jonny and Felicity were right all along about what I should do!Is this the answer to my prayers???Outback appeal to attract medics



The Ultimate Blog Party!

2007-03-03T14:09:20.820+00:00

5 Minutes for Mom is hosting The Ultimate Blog Party, so blogging women from all over the world (whether mothers or not) can get to know each other, so welcome to A Woman who Fears the Lord!I started blogging initially to "to consider how to become more of a godly woman, to encourage others wanting to become women after God's heart, and to be accountable to myself and others as I work on those