God is a Proud Daddy, Who loves His children so much! My Friend, all the “little things” you do this week, they may not seem like a big deal to you, but you’re making your Heavenly Father proud. You put a smile on His face!
Sometimes it’s intimidating to speak to those who seem to “have it altogether.” Jesus was our example in seeing everyone the same, and treating each person as important and worthy, no matter what their social or financial status.
Who likes to play fetch with their dog? I do. But my little dog does not understand the last part of the game- letting go of the ball. Our Christian lives are an endless series of letting go. It’s obedience, then the faith to let go and Let God have it. Every. Single. Day.
When people do not treat us how we wish to be treated, those are very crucial moments of decision in life. How will we handle it? Our choice means the difference between good relationships and tense relationships, even ruined relationships. Those moments of decision are so important and must be well- established habits of mind control. Because people have bad days. Don’t we all?
Trials in this life are not wanted. We would never choose them. But there is something we gain from trials that we would not have without them-an understanding heart of compassion. Let’s talk about this today while we look at Jesus’ example to us while on Earth.
What do our prayers for others sound like? How much faith in the Lord do we have to answer those prayers THE WAY HE CHOOSES? There was a man in the Bible who made Jesus marvel. That is amazing- a human being can amaze God! Let’s talk about faith in prayer this week.
We have too much good to accomplish in this life, in this day, to stand at the stove all day long, stirring the chili. Listen to this short audio and be reminded how love handles wrong compared to how hate deals with it.
I hate change. I just wish everything could stay the same. But life is change. If you are having a hard time with changes happening in your life, take a few minutes and listen to this audio and be encouraged. God knows.
“Why worry, when you can pray?” And, may I add…. Why worry, fear, try to control, and waste time on anything outside our own ability to control it? Let’s live positive, productive days filled with faith and contentment.
This week we’ll talk about the practical way in which God designed us to live as Christians, getting the help we need and giving the help others need. Tune in for quick reminder of something that is vital for women to have and give.