We were created with the desire to be loved. We all want it. Need it. Crave it. And we won't settle for anything less than a forever kind of love. Oh no, "love you always" is all we want. To think that God loves you and me with a never-changing eternal love? Sure makes me head over heels for him. Have a fabulous Friday knowing that God is never going to break up with you!! #truelovejournal#biblereadingplan #biblereading
We all know that it takes a range of tools to be effective in the kitchen. After all, we wouldn’t be in this business if that wasn’t true! But you don’t always find yourself cooking in your ‘home’ kitchen … and sometimes even that ‘home’ kitchen can be small and short of storage space. We’ve cooked in a lot of places where space limitations have limited the availability of tools … I’m recalling the “kitchens” in small apartments, campers, horse trailers, and especially on boats,
I've been in a season of "waiting." Waiting for responses from medical schools, waiting for my body to heal from two surgeries, waiting waiting waiting. Today I was blessed with the lesson that "waiting" is a form of obedience to God's word/truth. This blew my mind. Of course I know He asks us to be patient often, but I always see waiting as a burden. Heck, don't we all?! We want results now. Better yet, we want results to our plan now. When I shifted my perspective of waiting as a burden…
Norman Rockwell painting of Ruby Bridges, known as the first African-American child to attend an all-white elementary school in the South (1960). Escorted by US Marshals, she was jeered, threatened and had things thrown at her. Ruby was only 6 years old.