Stirred, Not Shaken

God is stirring gifts in the body of Christ to bring about a mighty harvest. Read this!

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An old-time house-painter once insisted that paint should be stirred and different cans “boxed” together to bring out the greatest consistency of color and uniformity of coverage.  In much the same way, Paul writes to Timothy to “stir up the gift of God, which is in thee by the putting on of my hands.”

CCADA (Cornerstone Christian Artist Day Apart) just celebrated its 3rd annual art show this past weekend.  Each of us as artists had the opportunity to show how God had stirred within each of us a gift-not always the same gift, yet sometimes something very similar.  There were oil paintings, pencil sketches, colored pencil pieces, photography, natural art, poetry, and music.

Our talents are varied-not surprising since God’s gifts are infinite.  Rather than shaking us to see what might fall out, God has been slowly and steadily stirring us in ways that have helped us to discover…

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2 thoughts on “Stirred, Not Shaken

  1. I am so blessed to have been chosen by Him to be one of His artist. Let me tell you, people who knew me before Christ (my family) cannot believe the poetry/drawings came from me never mind from my God. I tried to explain that it is all God but they didn’t believe me. Although, they are questioning something because the 1st CCADA show I played my trumpet, the 2nd CCADA show God threw in some poetry, and this year at the 3rd CCADA show He added pencil drawings, bark art, photography, and my trumpet. There is nothing He can’t do through you if you are willing to be used by Him! He is so amazing!!!

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