Saturday, July 29, 2017

Recalling God's Goodness...

We can recall the times of God's faithfulness to us when we think back and count our blessings such as remission from cancer, a job transition, or the birth of a child.  

However, we can go a step further and proactively remind ourselves of His goodness.  

Have you ever built an altar to remind you of who God is and what He has done for you?  Could you imagine walking through your home seeing a stone written with words commemorating each time God proved faithful?  It is a proactive, physical way to jog your memory of God's faithfulness.  

When difficult times come, all you need to do is look around to see God's blessings you've long forgotten! 

Have a blessed Saturday and never forget to be thankful, it's really a small act with a huge reward! 

Let Go! And Let God! be God and take control! 

He doesn't alway ask our permission but He does promise He will take care of us if we trust Him. 

"Wherever I cause my name to be honored, I will come to you and bless you." (Exodus 20:24)

Remember, as I've written before, if you take nothing else away from my blog - I pray you will never forget that you are "wonderfully and fearfully made" (Psalm 139:14). 

Never forget that you are the son or daughter of the almighty King of Kings and that you do not have to "BE" what the world expects you to be, but you do have to be what makes you happy! 

Do something kind today, be nice to others, and respect those you interact with. Strive to make a difference in others lives, but more importantly make a difference in your own life. Life is messy...thank God for Bounty paper towels, Grace & Mercy!

"Pretty words aren't always true...and true words aren't always pretty, but when the truth is spoken, it's always beautiful!"

"And you will know the truth, and the truth will set you free." (John 8:32)

Make memories and make today count for today will never come again. GO! Be the awesome person God designed you to be! Have a blessed day! 

"G18 Mommy"

"...the battle is the Lord's" (I Samuel 17:47)