Hello! I hope you’re having a beautiful day. ❤ This is the first time I’ve ever really thought about this, but there are several songs, books, sermons, and conversations that have ultimately shaped the relationship I have with the Lord today. Those words of wisdom have taught me about the Lord’s love, what it means to know Him, and how to live a godly life.
Hi there! 💛 I hope you’re having a beautiful day. 🙂 I have decided to begin writing mini reviews of books again. Sharing why I enjoyed the books I’ve finished reading is an encouragement to me to keep reading, which is a good thing, since I have bookshelves full of books!
Hello! I hope you’re having a beautiful day 😊💜 Earlier this week, my mom and I were discussing the fact that I never thought I’d have baby siblings at the age I am now. Elizabeth’s (2) and Isabella’s (eight months) presence in my life has completely altered where I spend my time, which has then impacted and changed me in many different ways.
When I think, I think too much.
Things and situations, trials and circumstances …
They stay on my mind for far too long.
I’ll take something simple that I should hope for the best in …
But I analyze it instead.
Hi there! ❤ I hope you’re having a beautiful weekend 🙂 In this post, I had the privilege of interviewing a kindhearted blogger with a beautiful soul. Her inspirational posts add so much light to my Reader – I’m thankful to have met her! If you’re looking for a new blogger to follow who will encourage and motivate you, I highly recommend that you go and check out this one!
Teach Me To Be Gentle
Teach me to be mindful
of every word I say.
Teach me to pause in moments of anger
and simply stop to pray.
Teach me to care for
my siblings when they’re sad.
Teach me to think first
instead of getting mad.
Note: I wrote this post the day after I had my first ever surgery. I was thinking about how the Lord had brought me through all of it, which overflowed into the writing of this post. ❤ If you’d like, you can read about my recovery here!
Hey there! I hope you’re having a beautiful Sunday. ❤ This past week, I have been recovering from my first ever surgery. While that has been a lot to adjust to, I’ve also been extremely mindful of the fact that the Lord is the One Who has brought me here. That’s what I’d like to talk about today. Are you ready? Let’s both grab a beautiful cup of coffee and sit down for a lovely chat. ❤
Hello there! Happy Sunday to you. ❤ I hope you’re doing well! I’ve decided to center today’s post on a single Bible verse, not only because it’s wonderful, but also because it has been a good while since I wrote about His Word, which I love so much!
From now on, I’m planning on sharing verses on Sundays this way when one really stands out to me from the week. If I feel like I can write a post on it (like I am today), I’ll gladly do so!
If you’d like to see the verse I’m sharing in this post, I’m including it below! I hope you enjoy reading. ❤
“Do you not say,
It is still four months until harvest comes?
Look! I tell you,
raise your eyes and observe the fields
and see how they are already white for harvesting.”
Let’s say you’re making preparations for a mission trip you’re going on this summer. It is definitely looking like everything is going smoothly, and the trip itself will be a great success.
But that’s four months from now.
Does that mean you should save all of your creative, loving energy for that trip? It makes more sense to put all your effort into planning, preparing, making sure everything’s ready for the day you leave – right?
Well, I think there’s a beautiful balance to be found between thriving in the present, and being conscious of the future. ❤
You see, if we were to wait until specific opportunities to be kind, to love, to share with others about His grace, the world would be a much darker place.
The time is always right to do what’s right.
We need beautiful individuals to rise up and believe, with their whole heart, that the harvest is always here.
Thank you so much for reading! I’m praying I could inspire you on this lovely Sunday. 🙂
Let me know in the comments below what YOU thought of this post!
I’d love to hear from you. ❤