How sweet are your words to my taste, sweeter than honey to my mouth! – Psalm 119:103
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Life’s daily grind is full, exhausting, yet seemingly pointless. Perhaps you are simply weary of the mundane. Consider where you are:
- Is there a disconnect between what you’ve been given in the gospel and how that truth plays out in your daily life?
- Is your spiritual maturity, your relationship with your Lord, progressing day by day?
- Are you using your gift of time wisely, redeeming for eternity?
As women, our innate tendency for nurturing and compassion quickly fills our days. Yet, good things are only profitable when aligned with Scripture.
Whose plan are you living? Your’s or God’s?
Life’s difficulties cause our heads to spin and we are quick to consider a personal agenda. Our Father’s compassion takes our stumbling feet and provides sure footing – We can know the truths of Scripture intellectually and experience the truths practically. He graciously interrupts, restores, and redirects.
But grow in the grace and knowledge of our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ. To him be the glory both now and to the day of eternity. Amen. – 2 Peter 3:18
Whether due to circumstance or limitations, many things seem beyond our grasp. We’re prompted to ask questions. Big questions. I help others look to the sufficiency of God’s Word to find their answers.
Jesus Christ meets us right where we are as our only hope, only claim, only Savior, and our only foundation. Through faithful study, prayer, and relationship, we are attentive to His ways. Our daily walk becomes evidence of our confession, sealed by the Spirit and protected for all eternity. Simply, we move forward in response to God’s love and mercy.
Are you wandering aimlessly?
Each morning brings new opportunities for fresh decisions. Biblical long-term thinking requires we lay aside feelings and speculation. Together, let us constantly be reminded that the best representation of reality is bathed in eternal hope. Come alongside and I’ll pour into you from the overflow of love Christ has bestowed upon me.
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When the Kids are Out of the House