I used to think that I needed tons of room to homeschool my kids. In fact, when I first started homeschooling them (our eighth year is now coming to an end), I had an entire classroom going. There were multiple shelves, desk-like tables, bulletin boards, a chalkboard and a whiteboard, and all kinds of bright decorative things. But times have changed. I’ve changed. The way we homeschool has changed.
It’s been a couple of weeks since I last posted, but a lot has happened in that time. I wasn’t able to get on my blog due to having no internet access, but I am not complaining… We are finally in our new house!
Did you ever notice when reading your Bible that the Old Testament is full of stories filled with expectations? This popped out to me today as I was reading about Jonathan in 1 Samuel chapter 14. In that chapter (1 Samuel 14:8-10), Jonathan says that if the Philistines say, “Come up and fight,” that will be the Lord’s sign that He will help defeat them.
It seems like such a small thing, but what I noticed is that there are so many instances like that. There are so many verses where people say if something happens then it will be the Lord’s sign.