Bible Devotions on Facebook

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Bible Devotional on Facebook

Do you use Facebook? Did you know you can find the Word of God on Facebook? Yes, get daily and weekly Bible devotions right on Facebook. You know that "Home" page that opens when you first login to Facebook, also known as the "News feed"? Yes right there in your news feed along with your friends status updates you will find a quick look at scripture or some faith encouraging words. Some very short, some more in depth. All designed to encourage, inspire, and challenge you while pointing to God. Sometimes it will be a link to a great blog post or a quote. Sometimes it will be a video, a worship song, or a great message. A Bible Devotional centered on Christ Jesus. Check it out. Become a Fan!

Bible Devotional on Facebook

This Facebook Devotional is designed to be a quick reminder at the beginning, end, or in the midst of your day of the Words God has given us in the Bible. Words that have the power to change your day, your life.

The devotions are designed to be responded to. You can write a quick comment like an Amen or simply click on "Like". Also please feel free to comment in more depth with a related Bible verse, a quote, or your own personal thoughts on the devotion.

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sound of a soft breath on Facebook
You can also very easily share this devotional with your other Facebook friends if desired by clicking on the "Suggest to Friends" link under the page profile image on the left.

If desired you can also very easily add a badge or button (like the one to the right) to your own Facebook profile sidebar by clicking on the "grab this" link under the badge image in the lower left hand sidebar on the sound of a soft breath Facebook page. If you write a blog and want to add this badge or button to your blog this can also easily be done by clicking the same link.

You probably have already noticed that I have included a glimpse of the most recent devotion at Facebook right on my blog. You can scroll down to check out some of the previous devotions. There is also a button to quickly become a fan.


There are two of us who are currently contributing to "sound of a soft breath on Facebook":  myself and Claire @ "One Passion One Devotion." Claire has a wonderful blog. Here is how she describes her mission:
"My life mission is to Know God and make Him Known… and i believe my blog is an extension of my expression of that…" (more)
Claire lives in New Zealand and has a beautiful passion and energy for the Lord that flows right through her writing. She has added a spunk and richness to the Bible devotions on Facebook. I continue to be blessed by her witting and I encourage you to check out her blog and learn more about her.

Come Check it out on Facebook

Come check it out at Consider becoming a Fan and spreading the word.

Thank you,

God Gave us Holes

Limited View
Your throne was established long ago; you are from all eternity. (Psalm 93:2 | Psalm 92)
As humans we are limited by the world we live in. We are limited by time and space. We are limited by our own failings. We are limited by the blindfold of sin. As a result we often put our own human limitations on God. Perhaps not deliberately or consciously, but because we live in a box with limited views, we tend to pull God down into that box and relate to him like he is trapped in our box. Yes we have a few holes here and there that we can look through to get glimpses of eternity, but God is not in our box. God is not confined by time and space and can see the past, present, and future all at once. God is not limited by this world.
He has made everything beautiful in its time. He has also set eternity in the human heart; yet no one can fathom what God has done from beginning to end. (Ecclesiastes 3:11 | context)
God has given us the ultimate view out of our box.
For the wages of sin is death, but the gift of God is eternal life in Christ Jesus our Lord. (Romans 6:23)
Sin is a blindfold and only leads to death. Christ provides the ultimate glimpse into eternity, today. One day, through Christ, the holes will be gone, the box will be gone, and the view will be vast, endless, limitless.

More and more my prayer is that I will look through the lens of eternity as much as is possible from my box. God's eternity. The eternity he has spoken about in his words to me. The Word. God's eternity that is shown in Christ. Not my temporary little holes.

About the photo: credit The Photo in this post is taken at the Hole in the Rock at Papago Park in Tempe, AZ.

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