I read James 4:6 and couldn’t move beyond the words greater grace. He gives greater grace. Greater than what? So I opened my journal and allowed God to speak. When I set down my pen, I saw Him with fresh eyes. Join me for a few short words I hope will help you see with fresh vision today. You are so deeply loved.
We all have a different reality from which we view and experience life. The Lord has given each of us individual grace to a walk through our own personal reality. I don’t have the grace for your reality. You don’t have the grace for mine. But should the Lord merge our realities, we can rest assured we’d each have the grace necessary to manage and rise above the challenge.
Today, I poured out my sadness to God. Naming the sadness helps. And today I explore with you how we can care for our own souls and others in the face of social distancing and a social media world that feels at war.
May God be glorified through us.
Fear is more contagious than any virus. It’s deadly. It kills all that could be. So it’s time to kill the fear.
Fear is crippling. Fear is a liar. Fear is a bully. I hate fear because fear is born in the pit of hell.
Just as fear is contagious, I believe courage and hope are equally contagious. I hope after today you join me in spreading a message of courage in the face of fears running rampant in our world.
I’m a fixer. When I see a problem, I go into fix mode. This quickly morphs into the try hard life, and before I can say grace, my independent spirit and self sufficiency pushes God aside. Thankfully, He’s patient and kind. Recently, we had a situation that required a family meeting. It was only after that meeting God showed us there was a better solution, a simpler way, and one that would remove the burden off our parenting shoulders and allow us to walk in freedom. Join me for today’s post where I share a story of God’s kindness as He offered to take back the burden we attempted to carry.
Have you ever begun to cry and you can’t explain why exactly? Maybe you see something in nature that creates awe-induced tears. Or maybe like me, you sing during worship and find tears streaming though nothing happened or even went through your head. Sometimes His glory alone is all it takes to set free the tears waiting for their release.
There’s a song I hear, and no matter where I am, I cry. Certain lines create a reaction inside me I can’t control. My heart is tender, so tender to what these words communicate. I pray I will remain this tender to these words forever. Join me for today’s post (it’s a short one) where I share a bit of my heart and my love for Jesus.
I read 30 books in 2019. Periodically, I post what I’ve read. Today is that post. All the books I’ve read in 2019. I don’t typically set reading goals, and I didn’t for 2019. However, I’m quite happy with my reading year. It was full of a variety of genres. Well, except fantasy….I just can’t. But for 2020 I am setting a goal of 100 books. I offered a fun challenge to my kids as well. Here’s to more reading and the dividends it will pay!
I’ll post on Instagram what I’m reading next so be sure to join me there as well. Join me for today’s post.