Eat. Like Jesus did. Part 4.


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.

Gratitude – 21st October 2015


Today, I am grateful for: Missing my man.  He is in Cape Town on business, and will only be back tomorrow.  And I miss him.  And I love that I miss him.  It shows there is much love between us still that we miss each other when we’re apart. Summer – yeah, summer is finally… Continue reading Gratitude – 21st October 2015

Gratitude – Day 20


There is much to be grateful for.  And I am enjoying doing this 21 day challenge, because it has helped me to focus my mind and it has helped me to be intentional about what I am thinking about.  Perhaps you, too, should try this challenge and start reaping the rewards.  Even if you have… Continue reading Gratitude – Day 20

Day 10: But, exercise makes me want to cry


DAY 10: BUT, EXERCISE MAKES ME WANT TO CRY

Thought for the Day: I fully realize that my body as a temple may not be God’s most grand dwelling. However, I want to lift up to the Lord my willingness to dedicate my exercise as a gift to Him and myself. This one act un-divides my heart and reminds me of the deeper purposes for moving my body.

Before I met my exercise-loving husband, I believed the only reason a person should sweat was if he or she were lying by the pool. But when I encountered Art, I temporarily changed my attitude. I was smitten. Oh, how I was motivated when I discovered that running was a fantastic way to spend more time with this man. However, on the first day of our honeymoon, when he woke up cheerfully and initiated an early-morning run, I thought, “Gracious, why would I want to do that? We’re married now.” And I didn’t run again for many years.

Day Twenty Five: Weight Loss God’s Way


Day Twenty Five: Weight Loss God’s Way But the fruit of the Spirit is love, joy, peace, patience, kindness, goodness, faithfulness, gentleness, and self-control. Against such things there is no law.  Galatians 5:21-22 The Gospels often talk about fruit…fruit that our lives will produce when we are living lives in Christ. Fruit is organic and… Continue reading Day Twenty Five: Weight Loss God’s Way