A Challenge Just For You It started sometime in the beginning of this year. I kept hearing this phrase or something similar, “You are what you think.” I joined a bible study on Speaking Truth in Your Heart and came across a verse I was familiar with, but this time it took on new meaning.Continue reading “You Are What You Think”
Should I? Should I Not? Ever had this run through your mind when making a decision? If you’re anything like me you have and multiple times, maybe even every hour for weeks on end! I know how complicated making decisions can be, but during these times of confusion and uncertainty it has drawn me closerContinue reading “Should I, Should I Not”
Letting Go of the Boat Have you ever had that one endeavor, that one dream, or that one task that just seems so daunting? I have. A lot of them! Ones that seem so far out of reach that they are like mere fantasies rather than things that could actually become reality. God hasContinue reading “The Life Jacket”
Are you guilty of it? Take the Quiz to find out! Answer these questions, really pondering over what is being asked. Are you lacking peace? Are there things in your life that bother you? Do you worry about anything? Do you neglect refreshing yourself on a daily basis? Are you easily agitated or irritated? DoContinue reading “The Much Neglected Necessity”
Sometimes life just needs to pause. Sometimes we need to just stop and realize the present reality. Sometimes we wish we could rewrite our life. Sometimes we wish to rewind, possibly fast forward. But why not stop and change our veiw? Why not instead look ahead? What if we took notes on the last decadeContinue reading “Monday, May 11th, 2020”
Four steps I have found this year to help me steer clear of anxiety.
The Thoughts Behind it that No One Shares! A reminder that you are not the only one!
Nature. In all its beauty and luster, can one be so hardened and hurt as to not see a single sign of its loveliness?
With everything going on in the world, where is our focus?
With no time to think of anything I cried, “Lord, get me home!