It’s Easier Said Than Done

1. It’s easier said than done. My last post I discussed shifting from surviving to thriving. An awesome concept, truly inspired by the Holy Spirit. But this morning, as I laid in my bed after waking at 3:30, I realized my first point: it’s easier said than done. In this next paragraph I’m going to …

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The Deceitfulness of Thoughts

My husband and I are reading a Bible plan together: Joy over Stress. This statement caught my eye: In my research on joy, I discovered that our circumstances are not inherently stressful; it’s our thoughts about a circumstance that make it stressful.Neal and Carly Samudre It made me think about the anxiety I feel in …

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A Blossom of Thought

How precious are your thoughts about me, O God. They cannot be numbered! I can’t even count them; they outnumber the grains of sand!Psalm 139:17-18a (NLT) How many times have I thought that I couldn’t hear God’s voice or feel God’s presence, then berated myself for not spending time with him? That’s how I came …

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What Do You Think?

Yesterday was a rough day for me. I had every intention of writing my blog, well at least I had it scheduled on my calendar. I woke up to our two Aussiedoodle puppies asking to cuddle on my lap, loving every minute. Then chaos starts. Puppy training is not going too well, and my imaginings …

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