This song just keeps developing in my heart as I lean–oh, lean—on sweet Jesus. This video was also posted on Instagram but since there’s really no better way to sum up this day, it’s here too. May the God of Peace reign in you.
“My heart is full of faith in the Lord… (and side note, this is Video #65–as Aly so sweetly reminded me, only 300 videos left. Oh, Sweet Jesus…
“…The God of peace will quickly crush the Satan under your feet.” (Romans 16:20A NASB)
Oh, the lengths to which He will go…
“Daughter of the Creator.” I think if I’m really considering those words, they’ll bend my brain in half.
How many times should a mother’s children go missing? No times, that’s how many.
I always know He’s going to answer me, but I still get overwhelmed by His kindness every time.
I’m reconsidering the “new” page idea, but the concept is still rolling around in my brain! 🙂
Letting our silence speak.
Opportunity, burden, and learning to stay myself.
If a person is committed to their insecurities, no amount of encouragement will unseat them. But if they are longing to be free of their insecurities, grace through encouragement is a great way to help them put their insecurities into context—weakness becomes their strength!
Still here, and not leaving for a while…. …in your faith, supply moral excellence… (2 Pet 1:5)
…in your faith, supply moral excellence… (2 Pet 1:5)
Now, it is God himself who has anointed us. And he is constantly strengthening both you and us in union with Christ. 22 He knows we are his since he has also stamped his seal of love over our hearts and has given us the Holy Spirit like an engagement ring is given to a bride—a down payment of … Continue reading “365 Day 51: May 16, 2020”
So, with some further study, I am wrong on the statement about the name of Jesus in heaven. I apologize. He IS called Jesus in heaven, among other things. But I still think it’s precious, that he came to earth, and was given a human name, by which He is still known, as son of … Continue reading “365 Day 50: May 15, 2020”
Link is fixed now–sorry about that.
Jesus, for the carpenter bee: I say, in total, bashful faith: Thank You. I believe You. I’m listening.
Then we cried out, “Lord, help us! Rescue us!” And he did! – Ps 107 TPT
This is a tough one.
I almost forgot. But it has been a precious Mother’s Day, so first things first. I’ll fix this post up tomorrow. But tonight, I’m posting from my phone and I’m limited on what I can do. But the five-year-old is gently snoring on my shoulder so I refuse to move…
Look, it’s either laugh or cry at this point.
The words of God in my mouth require no superlative. They just stand.
Here’s one of the open questions I have before the Lord right now. And it’s a doozy.
I am more convinced about the holiness of the hot mess more than ever in my life.
Today I have a guest! Welcome, Leslie Gabler—a sister who believes Jesus. Today we talk about belief and faith–and I’m so grateful.
Dirt on my face and in my teeth. And I’m bleeding a little. But my son is the real hero.
11pm meltdown. It’s not as dramatic as it sounds, but it is straight honesty.
Family day. Protected day.
And the Lord said, “Don’t throw it out. Just let it sit there.” So I am. Spoiler alert: I’ll probably end up doing it.