16 Years with SoulSupply

Cast your bread across the waters (Ecclesiastes 11:1a) ... was SoulSupply's call to action in 2005.

The above photo was SoulSupply's first branded image. (It is a spring sunset shot taken at Port Macquarie on an iPhone 4.)

Listed below are sixteen popular crumbs and the year they were published. How many can you recognize? Are there favorites for you? Maybe you may have even shared one or two with a friend? (Please feel free to hit 'reply' on your email, we would like to hear from you.)

  1. The impossible is available to those who rely on the eternal. ~ 2005
  2. Anger is trying to control another without controlling your self. ~ 2008
  3. Humility is becoming what you have despised and realizing that you were wrong. ~ 2009
  4. Sin is never conducted in a vacuum. ~ 2009
  5. The empty cross is comfortable, but the crucifix is the model of the Christian life. ~ 2010
  6. Pride is an aphrodisiac to sin.~ 2010
  7. If your church shows you law while your heart screams for love, you are in a court not a church. ~ 2011
  8. Theology has become the arbiter of truth when it cannot be the guarantor of truth. ~ 2012
  9. Jesus' new wine is to replace ceremony with celebration. ~ 2012
  10. The difficulty of the journey does not define the quality of the destination. ~ 2012
  11. There were two trees in Eden - one has seduced us, the other has saved us. ~ 2012
  12. Pride is the root of all evil. ~ 2013
  13. The work of the Lord is to multiply righteousness, the work of satan is to multiply wickedness. ~ 2016
  14. The giant before you is not greater than the God behind you. ~ 2018
  15. The Cross is not your place of 'moral reformation', but rather the confession of your own death. ~ 2021
  16. Praise God in the darkness lest we forget to praise Him when the light returns. ~ 2021

"I tell you the truth, unless a grain of wheat falls to the ground and dies, it remains only a single seed. But if it dies, it produces many seeds." (John 12:24)

Today's Soul Snippet:

"We hold that man is never so near the Throne of Grace as when he feels he can do nothing." ~ Charles Spurgeon