I have to be honest with you. Adjusting to my new location has been a lot harder than I expected. I knew it would be hard, but not this hard! I have too often found myself engulfed once again with my emotions. The Lord showed me that I had lost perspective. I needed to zoom
Behold what manner of love the Father has bestowed on us, that we should be called children of God! (1 Jn 3:1) We are not deserving of this type of extravagant love.
The human race has been plagued with loneliness ever since the fall of mankind, and this pandemic has certainly increased our aloneness. But we can know that we are not alone in our aloneness!
Do you ever feel lonely? I often do. That’s why sensing the presence of God is so important to me. But I know I am not alone in my aloneness. The human race has been plagued with this malady
Do you have a dream? Something you want to accomplish or see happen in your life or in those you love that seems impossible? Whatever it is, I pray it’s an unselfish one in which God will be glorified. Not all of our dreams come true but… Sometimes God does give us our dreams.
In light of my upcoming move and lack of time, I’ve decided to replay one of my favorite blogs for you.
For in Christ lives all the fullness of God in a human body. So you also are complete through your union with Christ, who is the head over every ruler and authority. (Col 2:9-10)* We are complete in Christ! I love this concept, for I used to always think I was inadequate in everything. 2 Peter 1:3-4
School is here for most of you and there are a million things to do and juggle. And while I’m not in school or have kids there, I’m moving in 3 weeks! Yikes! If we’re not careful we will become frazzled complainers and poor example-setters for those around us. A few years ago my kind
Transition is hard. Most people don’t like change. Although some do. For me, it depends on what that change is! I’m moving again. Two years ago I moved from my wonderful home and garden of 23 years to an apartment.