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The Bible is mostly poetry? Nearly fifty percent of it! This is a fact I learned just yesterday and it tickled my heart. Because when the Spirit speaks to me and when He crowds my pen and I rend, something poetic as a prose or rhyme comes to my mind every time. I love this because He has always versed my pen and courted my heart with smoothness of words. It’s like salve to my soul. He knows my heart and my love language.
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A year ago in late spring the Lord told me He wanted me to go to Israel with a trip my pastor was planning. The deposit was due by August 2018. Because my husband would be going also the deposit would of course be double. $1,000 by August that I didn’t have. But that’s not stopped God before. I remember the Lord telling me that it didn’t matter what my bank account looked like, pay the deposit no matter what, even if it left me with pennies in my account. Continue reading
Monday: Not Madness...Magnificence!
I’ve been on a bit of a hiatus. The cares of life were slamming me hard and I felt a bit like I was drowning. My usual resilience was worn. So I spent a lot of time doing nothing except going to work then back home. I would spend countless hours alone reading my favorite ancient book and listening to music that fills my soul and reminded heaven He was still adored. I was seen out this most recent Friday night and the number one thing said Continue reading
True Love wraps around you like the endless channels of the sea,
Taking one deeper and deeper, entangled
Mysteriously, yet Comforting.
This is what it is to be truly Enamored by My King.
Your life is like a great storybook, each day an new opportunity to write a new page. Make it one that keeps the on looking world sit on the edge of their seat. Keep it simple. Love with genuine affection...
Let me close with the words of one of my favorite worship songs,
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Hold your own today... Elegantly.
You are a timeless classic. There is nothing like simple elegance that carries itself with no need to impress. It just rests in who it is, Identity hemmed by a seamless garment.
“When the soldiers crucified Jesus, they took his clothes, dividing them into four shares, one for each of them, with the undergarment remaining. This garment was seamless, woven in one piece from top to bottom.”
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I used to deeply struggle with sugar.
I know it had to be an addiction, Continue reading