3 Bible Lessons From The Met

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I recently decided to treat myself to a lovely day at The Metropolitan Museum of Art. I enjoyed getting lost in the exhibits and traveling from one time period and culture to another. It was fun meandering around and taking in the sights from ancient Egypt and Greece and seeing masterpieces from Vincent van Gogh, Claude Monet, and Pablo Picasso.

I could go on and on about all the beauty I saw, but for now I’d like to share the Biblical lessons that stood out to me. Yes, I saw God’s fingerprints all throughout the museum.

I hope the following photos and lessons will be a blessing to you!

1. We really can’t take things with us!

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The ancient Egyptians had the custom of being buried with their jewels and other possessions. They would probably be horrified to know that all these centuries later their treasures are on display for the world to see. These beautiful necklaces from one of the exhibits remind me that we really should be storing up treasures in heaven instead of trying to gain so much wealth and “stuff” in this life. “Do not store up for yourselves treasures on earth, where moths and vermin destroy, and where thieves break in and steal. But store up for yourselves treasures in heaven, where moths and vermin do not destroy, and where thieves do not break in and steal. For where your treasure is, there your heart will be also.” (Matthew 6:19-21)

2. The armor of God is the best suit ever!

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I tend to zoom past the war and weapon section of the museum, but this time I took my time looking at the different armor. And this uniform stood out to me the most because it reminded me of how I feel when I go into uncertain territory including missions trips and outreaches. When I step out in faith, I don’t go in my name but in the name of Jesus. And I don’t go alone because the Holy Spirit lives inside of me! I’m reminded that no weapon formed against me shall prosper! The blood of Jesus covers believers from head to toe! Here’s what our real armor looks like: “Put on the full armor of God, so that you can take your stand against the devil’s schemes. For our struggle is not against flesh and blood, but against the rulers, against the authorities, against the powers of this dark world and against the spiritual forces of evil in the heavenly realms. Therefore put on the full armor of God, so that when the day of evil comes, you may be able to stand your ground, and after you have done everything, to stand. Stand firm then, with the belt of truth buckled around your waist, with the breastplate of righteousness in place, and with your feet fitted with the readiness that comes from the gospel of peace. In addition to all this, take up the shield of faith, with which you can extinguish all the flaming arrows of the evil one. Take the helmet of salvation and the sword of the Spirit, which is the word of God. And pray in the Spirit on all occasions with all kinds of prayers and requests. With this in mind, be alert and always keep on praying for all the Lord’s people. (Ephesians 6:11-18)

3. The sword of the Spirit trumps them all!

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These swords are all very impressive. The soldiers must have felt unstoppable wielding them, but I’m reminded that the Word of God found in the Bible is even stronger! There is great power in speaking the Word of God! We can use it to fight off the enemy just like Jesus did. The Word of God also has power when we read it and apply it to our own lives. “For the word of God is alive and active. Sharper than any double-edged sword, it penetrates even to dividing soul and spirit, joints and marrow; it judges the thoughts and attitudes of the heart.” (Hebrews 4:12)

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Let God Lead!

Open 5During my journalism days, I was no stranger to newsrooms and spent time in TV studios and around some well-known public figures. But back then I never thought that I would one day be interviewed on TV!

Me? Private me? Writer/Reporter me?

No. I’m more of the interviewer. I like asking the questions. But to be on the spot and have to answer questions live on TV! Me? No way.

But God!

I’m in a season of “Crossing My Jordan” and trying to go through every door the Lord opens. Yes, all that time of waiting and preparation has its purpose and rewards!

When God opened the door for me to appear on the show “Open” on BronxNet last Monday to talk about my book Waiting on God Well, I prayed and went. It was a different type of mission field. But as long as God was there, I was fine. I couldn’t have asked for a more gracious host than Bob Lee! He even let me pray on air! Glory!

Here’s the segment if you’d like to see it:

Afterwards, I took my time walking through the beautiful campus of Lehman College in the Bronx and I shot this short video:

God is doing a new thing in my life. He is opening doors that no man can shut! Praise God!

He wants to do wonderful things in your life too! Do you believe it? If you’re in a desert place, take heart! It gets better! It doesn’t always happen overnight, but it does happen!

Blessings to you as you trust and obey God! Let God lead and just watch where He takes you!

“See, I am doing a new thing!

Now it springs up; do you not perceive it?

I am making a way in the wilderness

and streams in the wasteland.” (Isaiah 43:19)

 

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Crossing My Jordan

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The beauty of Waiting on God Well is knowing that at the right time God will step in and move in your situation.

I’m excited to announce that after much waiting, praying, dreaming, and believing, the Lord has given me the green light to move into the next chapter of my work and ministry life. I have left my fulltime job to actively pursue writing, speaking, life coaching, and hopefully more missions trips! You can learn more about it on my website www.AboundingFaith.com.

Launching out into this fulltime ministry isn’t something I take lightly. I don’t advise you to do so unless the Lord has made it clear to you that that is His next step for you at this time.

I’m thrilled because this is one of the breakthroughs I have been waiting for. And if you’ve already read my book Waiting on God Well, you know how trying this past season has been. But it was so worth it to wait on God’s timing. I have such peace about it. I can see how the Lord has used these past years at my job to help me gain skills that I could not have gotten in the newsroom or in the classroom as a teacher.

So what does this mean for you, my lovely readers? Hopefully, all good things!

It means I’ll have more time to keep encouraging you through my writing, blogging, and videos. It means I’ll be more available to speak at your events and small groups and to hopefully hold more books signings. It means I will have more time to be a Life Coach to dreamers, visionaries, and creative entreprenuers like YOU! You can learn more here.

We can also connect on Facebook and finally on Twitter.

I’m looking forward to this new chapter of my life. I’m so thankful to God and grateful that you’re on this journey with me! I hope my journey will inspire you to TRUST God no matter what!

I also hope my story will encourage you that waiting on God is worth it!

Don’t quit in the middle of your story! Persevere in prayer. Stand firm in your faith. Do what the Lord asks of you. Then wait and see how the Lord shows up and shows off in your life!

The best is yet to come, my friends!  God is Faithful. He will do everything He has promised you and more!

To God be the Glory!

“Blessed is she who has believed that the Lord would fulfill his promises to her!” (Luke 1:45) 

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Meeting Mona Lisa

mona-lisa-67506_1280I hope you’re having a fabulous summer! I’ve got some exciting news to tell you, but I think I’ll wait until next week. In the meantime, I’d like to share a really sweet moment from my Epic European vacation earlier this year. Blessings!

I’m not really a museum person. I like them. And I can easily wander around museums for hours, but they’re just not on the top of my list of things to do while on vacation.

So as I was preparing for my trip to Europe, I remember telling one of my co-workers that I did not plan to visit the Louvre during my one free day in Paris. I wasn’t really interested in seeing Mona Lisa, there are plenty of fine museums right here in New York, and it would just take up too much time! Perhaps if it was a rainy day, I’d make time to stop by the museum. But I wouldn’t make any promises. I remember my co-worker just kinda asking me if I was sure. When else would I get the opportunity to see those world famous works of art?

Fast forward to being in Paris on the first night of the tour. I was making tentative plans with my new friend from the trip. We’d start our free day by the Eiffel Tower then make our way towards the Louvre to take some quick pics outside the famed museum and quickly continue on to Notre Dame and beyond. Perfect!

Others on the trip were planning to head straight to the Louvre. They were on a mission to see Mona Lisa. Not me! I knew there were fast passes you could buy to bypass the long lines. I kept hearing you had to get to the museum super early, especially on a Saturday, to beat the crowds. I was just not interested!

Not only did I not want to fight the crowds, but people kept saying the painting was so small. Why would I stand on line for hours and pay to see a painting that was sounding like it was the size of a postage stamp? Nope. Not on my one free day in Paris!

But God had other plans! And I’m so grateful!

That beautiful Saturday morning my friend and I changed our plans. We decided to start our day by taking the train to the Louvre to take a few shots outside, and then make our way to Notre Dame, and end the day by the Eiffel Tower.

When we got off the train, we had no idea which way to go. My friend suggested we go to the right. As we were still looking for the exit from the underground station, we found ourselves on some sort of line. Huh?

We took a look at what everyone was waiting for and we were shocked to find out that somehow we were on line at what seemed like a hidden entrance to the Louvre! That was not on our schedule!

I was tempted to jump off the line. I envisioned waiting on this line for two hours and spending another few hours in the museum. No way! And how much would it cost? All just to see a postage stamp?

I’m so glad I was wrong about all of it!

We ended up having to wait only about 15 minutes to get inside and the tickets were a reasonable price. Within minutes we were in the Louvre and searching for Mona Lisa.

We figured with all the signs pointing to where she was and the ginormous crowd that must be surrounding her, there was no way to miss her. Wrong again.

We walked down the enormous hallway lined with large, lovely paintings and somehow walked right past the room with Mona Lisa.

My friend and I missed the world-renowned painting because to our amazement there was no crowd! Once we found the room, we just walked right up and stood within inches of the Mona Lisa that is protected behind glass.

For much of our time there, we were some of the only people in the room. Here’s some pictures I snapped.

It was in those moments of having fun taking pictures and videos that I was so touched to think that my Heavenly Father didn’t want me to leave Paris without seeing Mona Lisa in person.

He directed our steps to get to the museum, parted the way through the crowds, and gave us an up close look at a masterpiece. Sweet!

Guess what? The painting is much larger than a postage stamp! But you couldn’t tell if you were stuck in the middle of the crowds. And the crowds did come and go, but it didn’t matter. We had already gotten our face time with Mona Lisa.

And we went on to see the Venus de Milo statue (after some searching!) and sculptures by the one and only Michelangelo.

I couldn’t resist taking pics with those works of art and was reminded that we are God’s living masterpieces!

The surprise meeting with Mona Lisa was just another reminder that God is always orchestrating our life. He has a good plan for us, and we should embrace some of that mystery and uncertainty. We can trust Him.

God delights in surprising us! Will you let Him surprise you, too? Will you allow Him to lead and guide you where He wants to take you? You might just end up coming face-to-face with something as beautiful as the Mona Lisa!

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Trust Without Borders

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I took this picture during my recent family vacation upstate. I think it does a perfect job of describing this new season I’m in. The beauty about Living Beyond the Fog is that you get to see glimpses of what’s up ahead.

As you follow after God One Step at a Time, He makes things more and more clear.

I love how this picture shows what it’s like to be on the edge. The water looks inviting enough to dive right in. The sky is clear enough to see where you’re going. It may not be super close, but it looks beautiful enough to continue Moving Forward.

Transition Times can be daunting, confusing, and scary. Sometimes fear can cause people to stay on the dock instead of taking the plunge. But when you know that God is calling you out, you can rest assured that He will catch you.

I am once again reminded of when the disciples were in the boat and they saw Jesus walking on the water. They were frightened but Jesus told them not to be afraid. Then Peter had the courage to speak.

“Lord, if it’s you,” Peter replied, “tell me to come to you on the water.” (Matthew 14:28)

Was Peter out of His mind? Why in the world would he want to step out of the comfort of the boat? That’s where all his friends were. Why would he want to walk out into the unknown?

I would imagine that Peter knew that it’s better to be where Jesus is than with the crowd. I think he also was ready for some adventure.

Remarkably, Jesus obliged. “Come,” he said. (Matthew 14:29)

The Bible records that Peter got out of the boat, walked on water, and moved towards Jesus!

Peter took a risk and stepped out in faith. As a result, he got to walk on water! As long as Peter kept his gaze on Jesus, he got to do something amazing that was completely impossible on his own.

I have much to share with you in the upcoming weeks about how the Lord is leading me.

For now, I’m curious to know what is Jesus asking you to do? In what area is He is stretching you and asking you to grow in your faith?

Will you trust God to lead you one faith step at a time?

I pray you will have the faith to trust Jesus without borders! Many blessings to you!

“Deep calls to deep in the roar of your waterfalls; all your waves and breakers have swept over me.” (Psalm 42:7)

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3 Lessons Learned from Luis Palau’s Visit to NYC

I’m delighted to say that ten years after I had the honor of serving at the Billy Graham Crusade in Flushing, New York in June 2005, I had the honor of serving as a counselor at Luis Palau’s festival in Central Park on July 11th!

What made last Saturday’s festival even more special is that I have been able to meet Luis Palau twice! The first time was a few years ago. He shared that he had always dreamed of doing a festival in New York City and that a few of the local Spanish churches had invited him to come. I encouraged him to come! After meeting him that first time, I had a feeling I would see him again.

Imagine how excited I was when I got to meet Luis Palau a second time just this past June at a lovely event he hosted at Chelsea Piers! I even got to give him a copy of my book Waiting on God Well! I also told him I would be counseling at his upcoming event.

In the span of one week (July 6 -11), Luis Palau had events in legendary NYC sites including Radio City Music Hall, Times Square, and finally the Great Lawn in Central Park. This really felt like my missions trip for this summer! The Gospel was proclaimed right here in my own backyard. Glory!

So I’d like to share a few lessons I learned from Luis Palau’s visit:

Beautiful Things Happen When You Wait on God! For more than twenty years, Luis Palau dreamed of hosting a festival in New York City. Over the years he’s traveled the world, but that desire was still inside of him. It was wonderful to witness God granting this desire of his heart and how God honored him. His picture was in ads all throughout the city. His event in Times Square was televised on many of the surrounding giant screens!

Modern Day Calebs Exist! I was surprised to hear that Luis Palau is 80!  He could be doing plenty of other things at his age, but he is still faithful to the call God placed on his life. At 80, he took on the Big Apple. He reminds me of Caleb from the Bible who at 85 was saying that he wanted to take on the mountainous land that God had promised him through Moses 45 years earlier (Joshua 14:6-14). I guess there really is no retiring from God’s work.

The Gospel can Still be Preached Outdoors in NYC. I loved hearing the Good News of Jesus Christ being boldly, yet kindly preached out in the open in Manhattan! At a time when some are shying away from talking about salvation through Jesus, Luis Palau and his son, Andrew, are openly proclaiming the Word. And one of the highlights of Saturday’s festival was when we all got to pray for Mayor Bill de Blasio, who made a special appearance at the event. God is at work in New York!

I could say much more, but I’ll stop for now. I pray the short video greeting below blesses you. I shot it right in Central Park. I’m so thankful that I got to experience a Luis Palau festival in person and in my hometown! Let’s see where the Lord leads him next!

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Favorite Bible Verse Episode 5

I hope you’re having a lovely summer! I recently came back from a beautiful getaway with my family, thank God. I made sure to shoot another encouraging, short video while I was away. I pray this video blesses you!

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Sweet Surrender (Revisited)

Lessons from the Outdoor Pool

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This post originally ran in January 2013. It still holds true today. I pray you are blessed by this look back at Sweet Surrender

One of my most favorite things to do when I’m in the water is to simply lean back and float. There is just something so delightful about being able to let go and relax and to feel the water gently taking me wherever it pleases.

On my last trip to Florida, I had the pleasure of swimming in this gorgeous outdoor heated pool overlooking the ocean!  It sure did feel like a bit of paradise to me!  On my final morning there, I was one of only two people in the pool for quite a while so it became my own private oasis. As I floated in the water, I just blocked out everything except for the sun shining over me, the bright blue sky covering me, the palm trees swaying all around me and the warm water carrying me. It’s in those moments that I don’t feel a care in the world. I can just Be Still.

It’s in those moments that I also feel like I’m truly in the palm of God’s hand. I am reminded of what true surrender feels like. As I glided in the water, I kept thinking how important it is for me to be this relaxed in my everyday life!

Does that sound too impossible?  What if we lived every moment as if we truly believed that God is in control?  What if we walked in peace remembering that God is Faithful and He is there with us in good times and bad? What if we could go through our days confident that He knows the way, He knows the next step and His good plan for us will unfold in His perfect timing?

What if we simply leaned back and trusted Him in every circumstance? Wow, I’m taking a deep breathe even as I write this.

The Bible tells us to, “Trust in the Lord with all your heart and lean not on your own understanding;  in all your ways acknowledge Him, and He will make your paths straight.” (Proverbs 3:5-6)

Did you catch that? We’re not supposed to fuss around and get frustrated trying to figure everything out. We are to lean on Jesus and trust that He knows what He is doing. I know, it’s easier to say than do but it will help you keep your peace and joy.

So the next time you start feeling nervous, frightened, frustrated or anxious about the situations in your life, try to take a moment and lean back and surrender those thoughts, plans or worries to God. He can handle them!

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Daddy’s Girl (Revisited)

heart-700141_1280In honor of Father’s Day, I would like to share a post about my Heavenly Father that is still one of my favorites. I hope it blesses you whether it’s your first time reading it or you’ve read it before. 

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Posted on January, 2013

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I don’t normally take photos of random people on the streets of New York City, but when I saw this duo walking in Manhattan last summer I couldn’t help but snap some pictures of them. At first glance, this is a sweet shot of a dad and daughter walking hand-in-hand along the streets of the concrete jungle in midtown. It also captures a guy secure enough in his manhood to sport a Hello Kitty bag! But that moment meant so much more to me.

Whenever I look at this picture and I see how the burly dad is gently guiding along his daughter and how he’s even carrying her backpack for her, I’m reminded of my walk with my Heavenly Father. In many ways I am like that little girl who is walking alongside her dad. I don’t have to worry about where I’m going or how to get there because my “Abba” Father is leading the way. He’s not standing far off. He’s right beside me. I don’t even have to carry all the weight of the world on my shoulders because my Heavenly Father is there to carry it for me!

Yes, the Bible says that as Christians who have the Holy Spirit living inside of us we can call God Our Father. “For you did not receive a spirit that makes you a slave again to fear, but you received the Spirit of sonship. And by Him we cry, ‘Abba, Father.’ The Spirit Himself testifies with our spirit that we are God’s children.” (Romans 8:15-16).

I don’t know about you, but I love that I can go to the God of the universe and can call Him Dad! And I love that my Father hears me and acts on my behalf. He wants His children to trust and lean on Him. The Bible says,”Cast all your anxiety on Him (God) because He cares for you.” (1 Peter 5:7)

Jesus tells us, “Come to me, all you who are weary and burdened, and I will give you rest. (Matthew 11:28)

If you’re feeling tired, alone or weary today, I pray that God would remind you or reveal Himself to you as your loving Father. Your biological father may have disappointed you, but your Heavenly Father will not fail you!

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If a Picture is Worth a Thousand Words (Part 2)

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This week I’d like to share just a few of the images I recently created using quotes from my book Waiting on God Well. They’re just snapshots of some of the key points found in the book. They’ve become pretty popular on Pinterest. I pray they will bless you.

If you’ve read the book and have an idea for a quote that would make a good image, please let me know.

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“I remain confident of this: I will see the goodness of the Lord in the land of the living. Wait for the Lord; be strong and take heart and wait for the Lord” (Psalm 27:13-14).

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