Tuesday, August 10, 2010

I'm a slacker

Last week came and went with no blessings counted. Not a good thing to slack off on. The last few weeks have been very busy, hard, overwhelming, although many blessings have shown through the darkness. I added a few new verses to my doors last week. I will try to post them here later today after I get some work down.


But I will trust in Your unfailing love;
my heart rejoices in Your salvation.
I will sing to the Lord,
for He has been good to me.
Psalm 13:5&6



 #272-300

The goodness of the Lord prevails even in our darkest hour

His blessings never cease

Nor does His love

Nor His grace

A new home

A home where my lovely horses can abide in my backyard

An answer to a prayer for those horses to be in my backyard

What looks like a great opportunity developing to minster to those in need of some Jesus

The prospect of more riding students

A relatively cooler week (100 temps instead of 115 temps)

A friend home from summer camp

A friend home for a visit

Fantastic cuddles with baby Ben

Watching Lexi sit up

Dreaming about the future with 2 great friends

Watching God move in the life of others

The best friends anyone could ever ask for (sorry ya'll I got 'em)

Prayers for my sister with my "sisters"

A hug from my baby brother

Encouraging words from my pastor

An awesome time of worship at church

Songs with little ones

Giggles from a baby

A good talk with a young boy seeking to be a man

Baking bread

A wonderful evening with an absolute amazing family from church

Tucking away dreams for the future

Knowing that some dreams have to be tucked away for later so that other dreams can come true

Realizing that God knows the very best plans for my life and trusting in Him to direct my steps







holy experience

1 comment:

TabithaVenasse said...

I really like this idea... and perhaps I should be doing something similar. I find, despite my epiphanies about God , I haven't really spent much time with Him lately, talking to Him or admiring what He's doing in my life each day.