A Five Minute Friday Challenge
As I was having my time in the Word the other morning, I realized I was not enjoying my Bible reading as I have in the past. Where are You, Lord? Why am I get bogged down in Ezekiel and also can't find anything to hold onto in II Timothy?
It was then that I realized that I had not been asking Jesus to give me wisdom or insight as I . . .
We have just celebrated Thanksgiving and I was blessed to spend some extended time with my precious family of 4 and good friends! It was so much fun to have time to play cards, eat, go shopping, talk and catch up on each others' lives.
As I sat and reflected this morning on the wonderful memories, I was reminded of Lysa TerKeurst's . . .
Today, I'm continuing my reflections on "Uninvited" by Lysa TerKeurst. Chapter 7 is all about When Our Normal Gets Snatched. Wow, that is a loaded statement. I don't know about you, but I like the "known", the "predictable", the "comfortable", and the "normal".
Our normal can get "snatched" from us almost daily..a bad day, a bad report . . .
Write 31 Days Challenge - Day 31
When I felt the Lord nudging me to join this Write 31 Days Challenge, it seemed so crazy. I was just launching my first blog a few days before I was going to need to write and post EVERY SINGLE DAY for a MONTH!
Well, I did it! Here we are at Day 31! Actually, it was not me, it was God who did it through me. I have lived Philippians 4:13 . . .
Write 31 Days Challenge - Day 30
What a beautiful reminder this quote is for me from Chapter 6, Friendship Breakups, in Lysa TerKeurst's "Uninvited". The whole message of the book is getting past rejection and to "live loved".
At times friendships and relationships can be easy and other times they can be hard. In the hard times, God has reminded me that the friendship . . .
Write 31 Days Challenge - Day 29
This is another one of my favorite Scriptures! It brings peace to my soul. God is always with me and will uphold me!
What is your favorite Scripture that brings you peace?
Write 31 Days Challenge - Day 28
My husband and I are leading a retreat this weekend. As I was deciding what to write for today, I looked up the meaning of "retreat". It is the "act of withdrawing, as into safety or privacy; seclusion." It can also be "a place of refuge" or a "time to get away for a period of time for religious exercises and meditation."
All of those . . .