My grace is sufficient for you, for my power is made perfect in weakness. 2 Corinthians 12:9
Good Morning, Dear One,
David wrote, “I have failed and fallen, in what I have wholeheartedly attempted to do, and what I’ve wholly failed to do, and in all I’ve done that’s fallen far short, and lays there painfully at fault.” Have you ever felt like a failure? A line from a TV commercial says, “Help, I’ve fallen and I can’t get up.” Many times, I have wished I could take back words spoken in frustration and/or anger. Many times, I wish I had reached out in loved instead of ignored. Many times, I could have, should have…but I didn’t. But, thank goodness for God’s grace. Grace that covers all my sin. Grace that restores my soul. God’s amazing grace. It’s available for you.
Not perfect, but on the right pathway, Linda
For everything there is a season, and a time for every purpose under heaven. Ecclesiastes 3:1
Hello Dear one,
November arrived yesterday only to be met with mixed feelings. We are moving from our beloved townhome to a new home with only one floor. It is time! And I understand that the purpose is to keep us safe from falling down the stairs. So, after a period of mourning, I have decided to focus on the new season and the blessings that God has in store for us. I found a saying on the internet, adapted it to fit my needs, and put it on the fridge as a reminder to count my blessings, one by one. I hope you like it as much as I do.
Be present in each and every moment.
Let the day flow with grace. No stressing. It will be okay!
Expect JOY. Be positive.
Smile often. Others need to see your sunny face.
Speak only kind words.
Include everyone in your circle of love.
Never forget, you are not alone.
Give thanks in everything. And remember to thank others.
See the good in others. We are all doing our best in this moment.