Ann Graham Lotz Articles

Keep Your Heart Ablaze

burning_heartPassionate zeal for God has to be stirred up in order to stay hot.

Have you ever worked hard to build a fire, only to have it go out? Although I was raised in a log cabin with five fireplaces, I never learned to build a fire that would last. One of those fireplaces is in my mother’s bedroom. When I go home, I invariably find her sitting in her overstuffed chair by the window with a roaring fire on the hearth. As we sit and visit, the fire dies down, and she frequently reminds me to “stir up the fire, Anne,” or “put another log on it.”

You and I can experience the thrilling fire of personal revival, but if we neglect that fire, it will die out. And nothing is more miserable than a heart that has grown cold, chilling a life that once knew the raging warmth of a passionate relationship with Jesus. Not only does a heart that’s grown cold make us miserable, but it makes Him miserable too. It grieves the Lord.

Recovering From Wounds of the Church

Anne Graham Lotz discusses how being hurt by the church can feel like we are being hurt by God, and offers ways we can use these experiences to draw us closer to God rather than drive us away.{youtube}yAcCxi9__o4{/youtube}

Leaving Everything Behind

When God called Abraham to follow
Him, He called him in Genesis 12 to leave everything behind: his country, his
father’s house and his kindred. Sometimes you have to choose to leave things
behind to pursue a personal relationship with God.

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