I’m looking to write for a local newspaper again, so I approached the editor and he asked for samples. Naturally, I came to my blog to search for some. And what I found was this: amazingly good stories from long ago.
What I’m wondering is this: would you be interested in me re-posting them? I was thinking maybe a link at the end of my devotionals or something? Then it wouldn’t be a separate email/post and you could visit it only if you were interested. Maybe once a week? Fridays perhaps?
Thoughts or suggestions?
I just wanted to highlight a few new features to my blog.
1) Please sign up to receive email notifications of my postings. It’s a great way to keep abreast of my posts and the easiest way to find them.
2) I have added a donation button in my sidebar. If you’ve been helped by what you read here and you feel led by God to contribute, please use the donation button on the sidebar. It helps to support my writings and spend more time on this blog.
3) The sidebar also has all the BSF questions from this year and the past year easily accessible by clicking on the study of your choice. All the questions appear in reverse order since everything on a blog is top posted.
I hope you all have a wonderful break and I’ll see ya in the Fall!!
God bless one and all!
Can you believe BSF is almost over? These last few weeks have flown by.
Please use this post for summer prayer requests. I would love to pray for you over the long summer and see how God is working in your lives!
If you have a prayer request or praise, please post a comment below or email them to me at firstname.lastname@example.org and I’ll get to them ASAP.
For my husband: prayer for a job where he is wanted and appreciated and where he can grow and/or in his current job. Prayer for me as I seek a new career. Also, prayer for my writing. Pray for healing for my back in perfect manner.
God bless and take care!
Matthew 21:22: “If you believe, you will receive whatever you ask for in prayer.”
Just a reminder God desires faith first. Faith in His Son, Jesus Christ. Faith in Him. And faith in God’s will for your life. Believe with all your heart in God. Ask with all your heart for what He desires. Ask for miracles. Ask for big things. Ask for little things. Ask, ask, and keep asking. God hears. God answers. He promises. He never fails.
Old Post Made New from December 31st, 2012 HERE
Ecclesiastes 7:10: “Do not say, ‘Why were the old days better than these?’ For it is not wise to ask such questions.”
Don’t live in the past! Quit beating yourself up over something long over. You can’t change it. You can only move forward. Each day is a new opportunity to live God’s fullest potential for your life. Don’t waste one more minute of it! It’s an insult to God to waste what He has given. Carpe Diem!
Ode to Fathers:
Proverbs 4:1-2: “Listen, my sons, to a father’s instruction; pay attention and gain understanding. I give you sound learning, so do not forsake my teaching.”
Hug your dad today, tomorrow, and every chance you get. The sacrifices they made/make for their children every day is infinite and beyond words. One of God’s greatest gifts to us: Mom and Dad.
Happy Father’s Day!!
1 Corinthians 9:24: “Do you not know that in a race all the runners run, but only one gets the prize? Run in such a way as to get the prize.”
A reminder as we head into the weekend of summer busy-ness to keep working for the Lord. Keep fighting for His plan in your life. Keep plugging away no matter how overwhelming life may seem. Keep Him in focus and let the messiness of life and sin fall away. Our prize is eternal. Be in it to win it!
Micah 6:8: “And what does the Lord require of you? To act justly and to love mercy and to walk humbly with your God.”
Sounds so simple, right? Except when the baby is crying. Or creditors are calling. The bills are mounting. You’re job searching. You get a flat tire. The grocery store is out of milk!
My challenge for you today: pick one of the Lord’s requirements: either 1) act justly 2) love mercy or 3) walk humbly.
THEN: 1) Pray to the Lord and just thank Him and ask Him to help you be more of that one attribute.
THEN: 2) Pick one thing you will do today to either act justly (e.g. rewarding people at work for a job well done) or love mercy (e.g. be nice to the person not being nice to you) or walk humbly (let the car merge in front of you–you aren’t in that big for a hurry). Simple things towards God’s simple requirements.
Galatians 1:10: “Am I now trying to win the approval of men or of God? Or am I trying to please men? If I were still trying to please men, I would not be a servant of Christ.”
Paul is emphatically telling the Galatians he is working for Christ. He is not trying to please man. My question for you today: who are you trying to please? God or your mom? God or your dad? God or your spouse? God or your kids? God or your boss? God or your neighbor? God or an acquaintance who is skinnier than you? And most importantly: God or yourself?