“The Father gives me the people who are mine. Every one of them will come to ME, and I will always accept them.” (John 6:37, ncv). What voices do I catch myself listening to? There is only one who loves me and his voice is the only voice I should be listening to. God tellsContinue reading “Voices of LOVE”
“There’s no limit to how complicated things can get on account of one thing always heading to another.” – – E. B. White from Charlotte’s Web
God will generously provide all you need. Then you will always have everything you need and plenty left over to share with others. 2 Corinthians 9:8 NLT
Our spiritual power is enhanced with each blessing we give. And as our spiritual power is enhanced, life’s trials are fewer. Our struggle to accept situations, conditions, and other people, or our struggle to control them, lessens every day that we recognize and revere one another’s individualistic existence.
“It only takes one person to change your life—YOU” – – Ruth Casey
God loves his children regardless of their sin, their past, and their failings. We aren’t dealt with as we deserve; rather, according to his great love for us. Can we say the same about how we treat those around us? Are we compassionate, slow to anger, and fill off love? Or are we offended, impatient,Continue reading “Choosing Compassion”
“Miracles are instantaneous, they cannot be summoned, but come of themselves, usually at unlikely moments and to those who least expect them.” –Katherine Anne Porter
We think we know what will make us happy. It is seldom that we know because we look for happiness out there and expect it to be”gift-wrapped”. We can find happiness in moments when we can get outside ourselves to be fully attentive to the people God puts in OUR LIVES. HAPPINESS FLOWS between usContinue reading “True Happiness”
The Lord has given them special skills as engravers, embroiderers in blue, purple, and scarlet thread on fine linen cloth, and weavers. They excel as craftsmen and as designers (Exodus 35:35).
“The battle to keep up appearances unnecessarily, the mask–whatever name you give creeping perfectionism–robs us of our energies.”–Robin Worthington