Seeds have been sown in the garden of your heart. When God looks at you He sees a lush field of evergreen trees, vines with fruit clusters, hope divine and glorious blooms specifically designed to besot you.
God has plans for your life. Are you trusting him completely? Are you more reliant on common sense than His Power And Goodness?
God’s got you. Allow the luster and shine of His heart for you break through.
You have been earmarked for Glory.♥️Continue reading
Someone is bragging on you...
Affirming words are my primary love language. Encouraging and sharing with people the positive I see in them is just a natural extension of who I am. It is a wonderful thing, edifying to the soul, to know you’ve played a role on some level in making another person feel wonderful...feel special...to know how much they matter, are cared for and not overlooked.
Verbal Edification and Encouragement Equals Empowerment.
Last night is a night I loved. It was an ordinary Monday night, but I Continue reading
Cut from a different cloth...
I love textiles. I am particular about tapestry and textures. I touch everything. I love all forms of design. When I buy a new journal I don't just observe the outward appearance. I open it up and touch it. I feel the texture of the paper as I glide a stroke of my hand across the page. All of it- a part of the experience of writing for me.
My favorite garments aren't always my most beautiful articles of clothing in my wardrobe, but those Continue reading
Have you ever met someone who appears to do all things well, carried themselves well, just extremely polished? Excellence—everywhere excellent.
There is a regal quality to a person who carries themself well and does well. There is an added luster to their Shine when they handle themselves well in all of their well doing. It is human nature to compel toward pride and the pride of life. So when you come across one who does well and has room and reason to boast, but chooses the path of kindness and generosity Continue reading
Yesterday I came across a photograph of my boys that was maybe from 7 years ago. Kids change so much so quickly, it’s beautiful and painful at the same time. Bitter sweet I guess you would call it. I just sat drinking in the picture. They were all huddled up close to one another, laughing, the baby on my 2nd oldest son’s shoulders—they were so happy. I am so grateful that their early and middle childhood years were happy years for them.
When my kids were really little we would sit on Continue reading