The Post About El Roi

First off - yes, I walked 60 minutes on the treadmill last night and smelled the better for it.

My friend Kara and I have started a devotional series Jesus: 90 Days with the One and Only. We browsed other studies, but God's infinite wisdom knew I often choose books by their covers. Basically, I loved the paper. Simple enough.

However, the book is written by Beth Moore, with whom I have quite a dependent relationship. She digs into the Bible with an intelligence and hunger that's rarely rivaled. Her love for God is never more evident than when she is writing about His Son. I am crossing my fingers for a little rub-off as I read.

This week, I read the following:
"How I love the way God works! Just when we decide He's too complicated to comprehend, He draws stick pictures." Beth Moore

That is where I am in my walk with God as of late. Trading between furrowing my brow at the Almighty and then wondering why I missed the forest for the clearly marked trees. I want to see.

Here is what I am hoping to plant in my ticker next...
"Teach me Your way, O LORD, and I will walk in Your truth; give me an undivided heart, that I may fear Your name." Psalm 86:11


  1. well jamie, if you have a question why not ask me? i would love for you to bring out any error! like seriously....

  2. What is El Roi? (You should explain because I bet many people don't know, and may find it interesting.) I know it's a name of God, but don't remember what it means, exactly.

  3. Good question - El Roi means the God who sees.

    He sees. I want to see.

  4. I did tell you that I am a daily Bible study struggler, didn't I? Well, I'm going to be very honest and tell you that I did 2 1/2 days last week of the book which actually took me about 3 days to do. On Day 2, I must have really been reflecting on my walk because I wrote a whole lot! I realize that I get distracted easily by everyday life and even though I want to give my everything to Him, I fall short constantly! The end of my prayer on Day 2 reads, "Please help me to be worthy of what you entrust me with." Lord help me!


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