Skip to main content

Deuteronomy 31:6

I am starting this blog post different than the rest.
Today I am going to share with you my thoughts… which later become a blog post, it is how I begin to write.  
I have shared this before but I write daily. It is becoming almost as natural as breathing. Some days a beautiful blog post is created, some days I have just a few words, other days I am moved by quotes… It is different day to day. Some days I am compelled to share others I keep close.

Today my mind drifted to the following:

  • Be strong in the lord – never give up hope.
  • Gods got his hand on you.  He has his hand on everything. Don’t live your life in fear! Forgive and forget.
  • Take time to pray – he wants a relationship with you. (ALL OF YOU).
  • My help – comes from the LORD; the maker of heaven and earth
  • Every tear I cry – he holds in his hands; he has never left my side
  • Mercy saved me – Mercy made me whole.
  • As your mercy falls; I praise the God who gives and takes away. I will praise you through the storm

You might recognize a few bullets as lines from songs J for some reason today… this song would not leave my mind and kept repeating itself. So I listen quietly, write what I hear down… and sooner rather than later it turns into something else… The above turned into the below blog post.


If you know me VERY well you would know that I am not the most patient of people.
If I want something I want it now. I hate waiting. This can have it benefits and also its opportunities.

If you knew me well you would also know that I love Jesus; I love his sense of humor. Yes, I believe he has a sense of humor. I don’t think everything is serious – Lets lose the serious “it’s heaven or hell attitude” and love him and enjoy his company!

All of this being said I believe he has been having a little too much fun “testing” my patience the last few months.  More to come on this topic at a later time.

The only reason I post this today is because I believe there is a lesson or a blessing in every test. I believe this to the core of who I am. Even on my darkest days I take GREAT comfort in my savior’s presence. I know he has his hands all over my life and no matter what is thrown our  or my way, he will guide and protect us. I believe this not just for me or my family but for all of your families. He wants to bless you. He wants your love. He wants your praise. He wants your life to be a testament to who he is – a gracious and loving SAVIOR.
He wants a relationship with you.

I am only sharing this today because I felt like someone – somewhere needed to be reminded of this. In your darkest day – he is there. 

“Be strong and courageous. Do not be afraid or terrified because of them, for the LORD your God goes with you; HE WILL NEVER LEAVE YOU NOR FORSAKE YOU”
Deuteronomy 31:6


Popular posts from this blog

Loaded Diaper?!?!?

Today's post title comes to you from the one and only Greg Garka... Thanks for the idea babe!

As far as Mason is concernced today was another good day for our little man!
We made our goal and got up and went on a total of three walks. The last walk of the night he spotted the “playroom” and was interested so we stopped and visited with our neighbors while he played. It was the highlight of the day.

His appetite decreased today but that is to be expected since he hadn’t yet had a bowel movement (in 6 days)– however about 60 minutes ago things changed in that department and I am happy to report his bowels are working and back in action…

During his echo he was again a crowd pleaser and was on his best behavior. The technician said that he was the best 3 year old she has done. It is so funny; he gets upset when something is about to happen and he doesn’t understand what. He tells us he is scared and then after we explain to him what they are going to do and that it won’t hurt – he is…

10 Years....

To our moms (plural)