The Gospel According to Kat

Chasing the Holy Spirit, Serving an Invisible God.
“ One of the great paradoxes of Christian faith is that our weaknesses edify and encourage one another to greater holiness. Isn’t that strange? That strengths, perceived, and in particular, projected strengths could actually, at times, hinder growth in the things of God. Whereas honest weaknesses have a way of stirring us up towards greater holiness, creating safe places for us to experience the grace of God. ”

Matt Chandler (via jspark3000)

Beautifully said.

And right in line with the journey that God has me on as the Spirit continues to work in me to understand and grow in humility, that I may learn to “boast in my weakness so that the power of Christ can work through me.” (2 Corinthians 12:9)

(Source: wongdavidjacob, via jspark3000)

Trying my hand in typography designs :) Thoughts?
Psalm 27:14… a verse that really encompasses how God has chosen to refine me over these last several years… through waiting on Him and His perfect timing. As C.S. Lewis puts it so well, “I am sure that God keeps no one waiting unless he sees that it is good for him to wait.”

Trying my hand in typography designs :) Thoughts?

Psalm 27:14… a verse that really encompasses how God has chosen to refine me over these last several years… through waiting on Him and His perfect timing. As C.S. Lewis puts it so well, I am sure that God keeps no one waiting unless he sees that it is good for him to wait.”

1 of 11
Load More Posts
Sorry, No More Posts
Loading...