Inhabit: God Dwells in Light

Have you ever stopped to wonder why sunbeams shining through a cloud make us think of heaven?  Every. Single. Time. I see the sun’s rays radiating through the clouds, and I imagine heaven breaking in. And, if I let my thoughts move further down that rabbit trail, my mind’s eye sees more light, more shining,Continue reading “Inhabit: God Dwells in Light”

Inhabit: God’s Dwelling Place

It turns out my word of the year, dwell, has a few meanings, so for this series we’ll focus on one of them: inhabit. The Hebrew word most used to mean inhabit is yashab, defined as to sit, remain, or dwell–as in to have one’s abode. Translated as dwell over 400 times in Scripture, yashabContinue reading “Inhabit: God’s Dwelling Place”

This Year I’m Gonna Dwell

Choosing a Word of the Year might be a bit in vogue among Christians. There are, after all, websites created to help you find your word, Instagram posts that encourage your choices, and bloggers (like me) who mention it frequently. It’s true–sometimes we choose a word to keep us free of FOMO–that fear of missingContinue reading “This Year I’m Gonna Dwell”