Grace does not hold onto hurt, anger, or disappointment…grace forgives. Grace is the unmerited favor of God. We have to be willing to show Grace as we have been given Grace.
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I’m Giving Grace for That!
So…we have been home for nearly 7 weeks now. I quit smoking on February 24th, like 2.5 weeks before the shut down. What are the chances? I don’t know what specifically made me choose that date, but it felt good so I did. I’ll be honest and tell you that I have caved a coupleContinue reading “I’m Giving Grace for That!”
Hardest day so far!
I cried a lot of tears on Saturday. I mean technically it started before I even went to bed on Friday night. It was after midnight though, so I am saying Saturday was the rough day. I needed to yell and to scream. Permission to be crazy, act vulnerable and admit that this is allContinue reading “Hardest day so far!”
Been gone too long!
This morning I was thinking about my word for 2020 would be. I have been praying on it for a couple of weeks now. It hit me this morning that Grace is the right word for where I am. That had me reflecting on words of years past. 2018 was Cultivate, that was a goodContinue reading “Been gone too long!”
“The friendly and generous reception and entertainment of guests, visitors, or strangers.” Google Do you find yourself to be hospitable? Do you invite people over to spend time at your house without hesitation? Do you hold BBQs, parties and holidays in your home? I do!! I love having people over to pr house. Our houseContinue reading “Hospitality”
You Control You
I have felt like this for a very long time. My husband and I have conversations about this regularly. When you’re focused on blaming something or someone for your problems, you’re missing out on what’s right in front of you. You can’t control all the things happening around you. Often you don’t have any sayContinue reading “You Control You”
Yesterday I went to the funeral of my husband’s aunt. I’m pretty fortunate that at 38 I haven’t been to what I would say is a lot of funerals. The “closest” relatives I’ve had pass are great grandparents. I’ve never been involved in funeral arrangements, decisions about the body/burial, etc. Most of the funerals I’veContinue reading “After Death”
Our own worst enemy
I read the other day that we abuse ourselves for our mistakes more than anyone else ever will. That we will attack ourselves, make ourselves suffer repeatedly for the same wrongdoing. Give yourself some Grace!