Welcome to Gratitude Mondays. There are many days that I feel like a failure. A loser… A transgressor, a (shock horror) a sinner… Yes, we are all those for all have fallen short of God’s glory, but we have also been redeemed. As I begin to move along to a greater understanding of how God sees… Continue reading Pleasing God!
I know I usually blog my gratitude journal on a Monday, but work yesterday was simply a little too chaotic to ignore AND something special happened last night for which I need to express my gratitude. Yes, I had an amazing weekend – but last night, Baby Girl had her first sleepover at a friend’s… Continue reading He has never let me down!
Every Monday I want to focus on gratitude. 1 Thessalonians 5:18 King James Version (KJV): In every thing give thanks: for this is the will of God in Christ Jesus concerning you. I am reading a delightful book called Cherish by Gary Thomas. Gary speaks about how gratitude is one of the best ways to learn to… Continue reading Gratitude Mondays
Who are you in Christ? You, my dear sweet sister and brother in Christ are fearfully and wonderfully made. You have been gifted with power, love and a sound mind. You have been redeemed, set free, moulded into His image, restored and a little touch of Heaven is now to be found in your heart.… Continue reading Who am I in Christ?
Come, let us sing for joy to the Lord; let us shout aloud to the Rock of our salvation. Let us come before him with thanksgiving and extol him with music and song. For the Lord is the great God, the great King above all gods. In his hand are the depths of the earth,… Continue reading Being Grateful
I recently started following a blog called Equipping Godly Women, and I enjoy it because like myself, she is Protestant and her husband is Catholic. Recently she wrote a post about: How Should Christians Respond to Target’s Bathroom Policy? In the comments, a Teresa, who is a trans-gendered person, had this to say about the… Continue reading What are we to do?
God created the world, and the heavens, and the stars, and all the fish, and animals, and water and air not by mixing magic potions, or scientific elements like a scientist in a laboratory, but quite simply by speaking.