Let your faith guide your conscience. In essence our consciences are those parts of ourselves that tell us we’ve just done a very bad thing. We can either listen to our conscience. Or ignore it. And feel very, very bad afterwards. For most of us, we know quite clearly what the right thing to do… Continue reading Eat. Like Jesus did. Part 4.
Hebrews 12:1-2 NIV: Therefore, since we are surrounded by such a great cloud of witnesses, let us throw off everything that hinders and the sin that so easily entangles. And let us run with perseverance the race marked out for us, fixing our eyes on Jesus, the pioneer and perfecter of faith. For the joy set before… Continue reading Eat. Like Jesus did. Part 3.
I am not a psychologist, or counselor, or any professional of any kind at all and perhaps my advice or blogs or stories may be quite boring to you. And that’s okay. It really is. I blog because it helps me to keep track of my own growth, and I blog because it’s a small legacy that I can leave Baby Girl so that she can one day truly know who I am, and I blog because maybe, just maybe, something that I say may just trigger a thought or a feeling in you that you can have an abundant life, that you can view your anxieties differently, that you can know that there is a God who truly loves you. More than you will ever know.
My biggest fear and my small aha moment! As you know, I have embarked on a lengthy journey in my life to improve my attitude and negative thinking, and negative self-talk – to learn to believe in myself, my husband, my family and to exercise a little faith in how well life can turn out… Continue reading My biggest fear and my small aha moment!
It’s Time to Get It Together By Fawn Weaver on Monday, November 19, 2012 In the amount of time it might take you to read this short blog post, pin a few pictures on Pinterest or comment on your friend’s posts on Facebook, you can eat a delicious crisp apple, snack on a pack of… Continue reading It’s Time to Get It Together