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Chapter Two | Lord Don’t You Care? | Day Eleven

Having a Mary Heart in a Martha World - Joanna WeaverI read having a Mary Heart in a Martha World – Finding Intimacy with God in the Busyness of Life by Joanna Weaver over the summer.  A book I now highly recommend for all women, young and old to read.  I have been actually sharing my findings as I journey through the accompanying Bible Study Mrs. Weaver placed at the end of the book on my blogs.  Here is the latest question I studied out and gave commentary on.

Questions for Going Deeper – Day Eleven

5) In Mark 4:34-41 the disciples echoed Martha’s question:  “Don’t you care?”  What does this portion of Scripture teach us about the difficult times in our lives? (Consider Isaiah 43:1-2.)

What these two passages of scriptures teach us is that even when it looks the most difficult; God has already said in HIS word (referencing Isaiah 43:1-2) that he would be with us.  We need to stop having stock, believing in what we see with our natural eyes and begin to have faith in what he has promised us in his word.  Jesus who was the word made flesh was in the boat with the disciples (referencing Mark 4:34-41), yet and still they had fear that they would perish.  They were still in a state of disbelief.  For even after he had calmed the waters and the winds; they could not comprehend the matter of man Jesus was.  They still did not understand the authority or blessing they had amongst them.  Praise God for our sake they eventually did!

To be continued… I welcome your comments!

The previous article can be found here.

Lela Jefferson

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Lela Fagan (Jefferson) is the author of the book “Poetry of a Black Girl: The Darkness and the Light” and lead blogger at “Memoirs of a Black Girl”. Lela is an avid reader “A Real Bookworm” of all things in print. She finds joy in sharing socially and blogging about topics that matter the most to her. Born and raised in Brooklyn, NY. Lela now lives in Houston, TX with her husband Oji, an educator and Football Coach. @LelaJefferson - See more at:

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