Reblog: Journal Prompts – Week One

I don’t normally do journal prompts, but these I do really like. I found myself silently answering each one as I read them. My mind started with the answer and then quickly changed conversations as I read the next without really skipping a beat. This is going to be 1 of 2 reblogs for this…

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The LORD Will Fight for You

Originally posted on Looking to God:
You do not have to fight your own battles, for the Lord said, “Vengeance is mine; I will repay.” If our enemies hear silence from us, then they ought to fear, for that is when God is preparing a response on our behalf. “The LORD will fight for you,…

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Missed Turns and God’s Surprises

Guest postMt Rushmore It wasn’t one of my better days. I’d taken my children to the Black Hills of South Dakota for a rare vacation.  We were plagued with one problem after another. Our exhaust system was in trouble, having just scraped the pavement, and now loosely  tied to the station wagon  frame with a…

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27 ways God acts on our behalf for our good

This is taken from an article written by Christian blogger Kelly R. Baker.Here is a quick go to reference for How Jesus acts on our behalf: Makes you rest in green meadows (Psalm 23:2) Leads you beside peaceful streams (Psalm 23:2) Renews your strength (Psalm 23:3) Guides you along right paths (Psalm 23:3) Is close…

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Guest Post: When What You Don’t Know Is Dangerous (trust God with the unknown)

October 19, 2020restandchaos I answered the phone and discovered it was the school nurse. She told me that my 10 year-old son had been stung by a bee an hour ago at recess. And now he was developing hives. By the time I picked him up he had hives all over his body. He was…

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How To Change The World

Originally posted on Real Christian Women:
Today my daughter said to me, “God teaches us through lots of different people, sometimes from someone we don’t expect.”  That’s just what I was thinking… The author of Bitchin in the Kitchen, a popular blog I discovered recently, tells about her “chance meeting” with an American veteran. I…

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Isn’t It The Right Time

Originally posted on Saba Niaz siddique:
Dig out the days when we used to say, we don’t have enough time to do this and that. When a hug to parents and a good night kiss on their forehead used to be the herculean task. When seeing the blue sky used to be impossible. When noticing…

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