As a kid, I despised Hannah—the one from the Bible, that is. I could not understand her weepings and disliked this legacy she had passed to me in the form of her name. My namesake, in my arrogant little mind, was almost a crybaby, and thus I missed all the important parts—her faith, her insight, and her beautiful prayer of thanksgiving.
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What has Jesus done? What is He doing? And what will He do?
Also, what am I doing about all this?
We need to continually turn back to these basic (but important!) questions as we live in this world, because, whether we admit it or not, the basics are often the first things we forget. And as long as we sin, we desperately need to return to the basics of the gospel and God’s Word.
This past summer changed my life — and I haven’t said that about anything or anyone since my former youth pastor led me to Christ. Before this summer, I experienced a breakthrough in nearly all aspects of my life, except spiritually. Faith-wise, I was stuck in the muck of a […]
Fifteen-year-old Hannah Wong is a sophomore from the Southeastern Michigan area and is looking forward to being a Bible Spotlight Columnist for clay. Hannah has been participating in TPS for four years. You can find Hannah in Mrs. Yagel’s AP English Language and Literature class. Hannah discovered clay two years […]
“Granny!” Jillian-in-little-girl-form (Jill) grinned at AnnaGrace Horton (AG or Granny). “Hello!” AG smiled back. “Ready when you are.” “Ok! First, how old are you, Granny?” “Physically, I’m 18 years young. Mentally, I’m 8.” AG laughed. “Spiritually… I don’t know.” “Ah.” Jill nodded, “How many siblings do you have?” “I have […]