Write 31 Days Challenge - Day 12
My life verse is Zephaniah 3:17
I come back to it, again and again. It brings comfort to my soul. Here is how I would personalize it.
"Pam, my daughter, I am the Lord your God, I am living among you and I am your mighty Savior. I take great delight, great pleasure, in you. It is not what you do, but who you are; and I do it with . . .
Write 31 Days Challenge - Day 11
I enjoy reading the "Keep Calm and..." graphics on social media. Some are funny, some are serious.
I was chatting with my daughter the other day and she asked if I knew what the original "keep calm..." was and I did not. She shared that it was "Keep Calm and Carry On." So, I googled that phrase and here is what I found on Wikipedia: " . . .
Write 31 Days Challenge - Day 10
During my 31 days of writing this month, I'm also reading Lysa TerKeurst's fascinating book, "Uninvited". (I blogged about chapter 1 here.) In chapter 2 she challenges us to develop an "intimacy-based identity" and asks the reader to answer 3 questions:
1. Is God good? I can say with confidence, that yes, God is good. Some days I have . . .
Write 31 Days Challenge - Day 9
I am grateful to have been in ministry this weekend with a great group of friends!
What are you grateful for today?
Write 31 Days Challenge - Day 8
"When the Lord changed Zion’s circumstances for the better,it was like we had been dreaming. 2 Our mouths were suddenly filled with laughter; our tongues were filled with joyful shouts. It was even said, at that time, among the nations, 'The Lord has done great things for them!' . . .
Write 31 Days Challenge - Day 7
Remember means to call to mind, to think of again. A few months ago I wrote in my journal in response to a blog by Bonnie Gray. The question was, "What is Jesus whispering you to remember?"
I want you (Pam) to remember My faithfulness to you. I have redeemed you, restored you, rescued you, and provided for you. I will do it again, even . . .
Write 31 Days - Day 6
I have discovered that I have a bad habit...as I come to a stop, or a yield, I look in the rearview mirror and if someone is going a little too fast for my taste, I pray...please don't hit me, Jesus be my rear guard. Ok, maybe not a bad habit, but certainly not healthy. Maybe it's a carryover from being rear ended 2 times, even though . . .