Since getting back from South Africa last Friday, I have been very busy. School is back in session so I am teaching there; I taught my Sunday School class; I’m cooking for our senior citizens lunch tomorrow; there is a ladies activity on Sunday; our water softener got fixed; I went grocery shopping; I signed my son up for basketball and took him to a practice; we went to our co-op on Tuesday . . . the list goes on and on.
Even though I could share some thoughts from my Sunday School lesson, I thought instead I would share some of your posts I enjoyed reading. Here they are!
Reminders by A New Lens — I liked her last point:
Those coming after us need to know what has sustained us during the hard times, the failures, the doubting times in our lives. That can build their own faith and nudge them when they are tempted to believe no one has faced anything as difficult as they face.
Stay Faithful & Trust God by Soul Survival
But ultimately we must choose to meditate on and believe His promises and learn to rest in His grace. There is nothing that will happen in this world and nothing that can happen in our lives apart from His sovereign care and control. Believing that and living like we do is what it means to trust in Him.
10 Simple Ways to Appreciate Your Spouse More from Confessions of Parenting
I like her point about looking for the positives.
For every negative thought you have you think of 5 positive ones!
Standing Secure from Hope Secure
God promises that even though storms will come – some that threaten to shake the foundations of our life, He will stay by our side and help us through. He hears our cries! He will secure justice for the poor and He will uphold the cause of the needy.
Six Reasons Why Christian Women Fellowship is Very Important from Unshakeable Joy
How To Teach Kids to Get Rid of Toys from Confessions of Parenting
Reintegration from Jennifer Lambert
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