God has been singing to me…Throughout the last week I’ve had songs that pop up in my mind, of which I now believe to have been God sending me little lifelines to hold onto and find peace from. I’ve been facing an uncertain and unending situation since September and have often felt so tired andContinue reading “While You’re Waiting, Trust”
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The Protection of Peace
A word that I’ve noticed coming up a lot lately, especially with the Christmas season upon us, is peace. As this word peace keeps coming up, I’ve been thinking a lot about it. As Philippians 4:7 and many other verses in the Bible tell us, peace is something that we always have access to andContinue reading “The Protection of Peace”
Taking the Long Route: What’s Your Egpyt?
This morning was one of those times where a verse just spoke RIGHT to my heart as I was reading the story of the Israelites leaving their captivity in Egypt and crossing the Red Sea. After being slaves in Egypt for over 430 years, the Israelites are finally leaving and no longer slaves…something they’d beenContinue reading “Taking the Long Route: What’s Your Egpyt?”
Oh man. I have just been completely wrecked this morning reading about the Israelites and specifically, about Moses. I wanted to share that with you. I pray you read it with an open heart, an open mind, and allow God to just move within your heart. I believe He has something for you today ifContinue reading “Goodbye, Egypt!!!”
Look to the One Sleeping
Well, here we are almost a month after I wrote my last blog post. I’ve “committed” in my mind countless times to finally sitting down and writing this specific blog post because it was a lesson that was so impactful to me while Ed and I were going through the closing process on our home.Continue reading “Look to the One Sleeping”
The River: Swept Away!
The other day after not even 3 minutes of being awake, I found myself coming up with what things I would accomplish for the day. After my workout, I’d quickly make coffee & breakfast, read my bible, take attendance, lesson plan, teach, walk my dog, and the list just kept going! I honestly just layedContinue reading “The River: Swept Away!”