I spoke with a warrior princess sister, daughter of the most high God this morning before church service started.
I told her it had been three years since I had gone into a church building to worship the King of kings and the Lord of lords, Jesus Christ faithfully.
To call a church building my ‘home’.
I shared that it did not stop me from worshiping and praising, giving God the glory for ‘all the days of my life’ but what a blessing it is when Abba gathers His children together under one roof♥
To praise. To sing. To dance. To rejoice before the throne of God Almighty.
Some of you have been praying for me during these three years where I have cried out to God to bring me to His house of worship, to plant my feet and be a ‘blessings unto the Lord’.
God in His amazing mercy, His grace and His compassion has answered my hearts cries in ways I could never have asked or imagined. Ephesians 3:20.
Not only will I be working with my bff Diane full time at the Niagara College cafeteria, Tim Horton’s kiosk, but I will be worshiping with her at First Baptist Church.
I’m still in awe of what He is doing with this Baptist girl Diane and Roman Catholic girl Angela, putting us together♥
I just wanted to go back to church faithfully and worship.
Diane just wanted to have a full time job….
God is good all the time and all the time God is good.
I was going to leave this in the comment section of my last post but thought this would be perfect for a blog post, forget the comment section..lol♥
Just sharing my heart here♥
Someone shared yesterday that they deal with anxiety all day long
.As I was busy getting another load of laundry in, I was talking to Jesus (not out loud,….this time..lol) and the Holy Spirit interrupted me……
He does that quite often, well actually He calls me out on what I’m saying, what I’m thinking about.
“Look at what is whirling around your head. Is that peaceful and calm?Is that truly what Jesus would even think about? Will it even matter in 10 years?”
I left a comment back to that person yesterday that not only do I deal with anxiety on a daily basis, sometimes it is minute by minute.
I will tell you this, I praise God…I PRAISE GOD that I am able to walk in more peace of mind and heart, than anxiety and fear.
He has given me the strength, the courage and the power to do the impossible.
We are to live positively in this very negative world.
Feel peace by being prepared.
Realizing that I needed to be prepared caused me MUCH anxiety and stress.
So I would put off what needed to be done till the very last minute.
Talk about denial and sabotaging my success.
My excuse was “I work better under pressure”.
Yes, for the most part things were accomplished and all turned out well but what about me?
What did my insides look like? What about my thoughts?
Was I walking in peace of mind and heart?
I’m thankful that I’m getting prepared each day to meet life in a whole and healthy way♥
Homemaking is an opportunity of creating a refuge from the storms.
Banging pots and slamming doors, cursing and swearing while I am doing chores, definitely does not constitute creating a refuge.
You may not even realize your doing it until someone points it out to you, or the Holy Spirit gives you a nudge as if speaking to your heart and saying…’are you not feeling loved at the moment?’
To create a refuge from the storms, homemaking needs to be done with love.
The Chilean miners’ miracles: How faith helped them survive….
The miners would end up spending 69 days below the Earth’s surface before rescuers brought them all to safety.
Here is a sneak peak of from Alcon Entertainment and Warner Bros. this exciting and moving film based on the real-life event when a gold and copper mine collapses, trapping 33 miners underground for 69 days. Antonio Banderas and Lou Diamond Phillips star. In theaters Nov. 13.
Anyone walking by our home an hour ago would question if there was comfort and a calmness within our home.
By the sounds of the cussing, doors slamming and argument between two people, someone could question that statement.
A gentle answer turns away wrath, but harsh words cause quarrels.
Gentle words cause life and health; griping brings discouragement.