That God is good, his steadfast love endures forever.
At times I tend to project negative outcomes. I’m surprised by joy when the opposite happens.
I have learned to practice the pause, to not immediately react. This does not mean I meekly turn away. Rather, I find my voice and I’m able to articulate calmly and confidently.
It helps me remember the value of open mindedness. Shifting perspectives through the lens of others is intriguing. Always learning, always loving. It’s a great way to live! 💝
I cherish the gift of solitude in my morning devotional practice. Carving out this precious time prepares me with spiritual armor before embarking on the day.
It is in connectivity that I find joy. A true gift of the human spirit… to give and receive love.
As I walk in the path of the spirit, I hope to be an instrument of peace and harmony.
Being close to God makes me happy. I know this because I am at peace. When I move away from Him, inner peace is lost.
Staying God centered anchors me, keeps me grounded.
Feeling grateful is in my head, being grateful is in my heart. 💝
This reminds me of how impactful behaviors can be, big and small. This reflection is a great reminder to be kind, always.
My heart. It’s all about love.
After a night of a few weird dreams, I’m grateful to wake up to peaceful reality!!
That it’s not good to push through this back pain. Resting this muscle spasm…not fun, but I know “This too shall pass”.
To do the next right thing in God’s eye.
“This too shall pass”… is the greatest wisdom my elders have instilled in me. I’m so grateful for this gift.
I agree Carla. Old ideas aren’t always valuable, in my experience. 💗
Oh dear Antoinette, I am sorry to hear you are in the hospital. I pray your fear is released by faith in knowing you are in the right place, in good hands, and that this too shall pass. 💗
Thank you for your insight Kevin. “Injurious to the heart and soul”…. boom!!!! This is what I must let go of…punishing myself for things I wish I would have done better. I know God has forgiven me. It’s time for me to forgive myself. Thank you for helping me realize this.
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