Oh, your answer may not come immediately – and it may not even come in the way you envision it would or in the way you would like it to… but it will come. How do I know? Because I know that God loves us. So, very, very deeply does He love us. He loves… Continue reading God is the God of Answered Prayer
Ever had that feeling where you’re so dog tired, it feels like you’re walking in fog? That’s how I have been feeling this weekend. Tired. Tired. Tired… But, gratitude does seem to give a burst of energy to one’s step, so without any further a due, herewith gratitude journal: I am grateful for an awesome… Continue reading Gratitude Mondays!
Evil Forebodings by Joyce Meyer – posted April 10, 2017 All the days of the desponding and afflicted are made evil [by anxious thoughts and forebodings], but he who has a glad heart has a continual feast [regardless of circumstances]. —Proverbs 15:15 Shortly after I began to seriously study the Bible, I felt an oppressive… Continue reading Evil Forebodings
Baby Girl is turning seven at the end of this month. And while I am expounding all my wisdom 😉 to you each month, I sometimes forget that I started this blog for her. So she can get to know who I am, and recall some memories she may forget as she grows older. So,… Continue reading For my Baby Girl…
I have had an awesome weekend. Summer is here and I am loving it! Really… I am grateful that hubby and baby girl surprised me at the Park Run – as I was running to the finish, I heard some cheering and waving going on and there stood hubby and baby girl. Do you have… Continue reading Gratitude – 09th November 2015
Thought for the Day: God made us capable of craving so we’d have an unquenchable desire for more of Him, and Him alone. Nothing changes until we make the choice to redirect our misguided cravings to the only One capable of satisfying them. My journey to healthy eating didn’t gain traction by counting calories or… Continue reading Day 2: Overweight physically and underweight spiritually
Day Twelve: Weight Loss God’s Way
I love to hear from my kids. I love to hear them tell me about their days. I love to hear them tell me what they have learned or a funny story that went down that day. I even love hearing their fears so together we can get after God’s truth that overcomes their fears. But I admit…I don’t love hearing from them when they are arguing, complaining, or whining about something. And more often than not it’s about something pretty darn insignificant.