Digging into Proverbs 4 this morning led me to a beautiful reminder of our inheritance through Christ. The chapter is written to encourage those, especially in their youth, to seek and value wisdom and insight. I LOVE proverbs because I love having things laid out for me in black or white. “Do this, get that;…
I’m often told, by those that know me the best, how “strong” I am. I am not. I look back at what all my day, week, year and life has entailed and I think, “How did I do all of that? Get through all of that?”. “I” didn’t.
Here’s My Secret:
… marriage is not just for us. As a matter of fact, it’s for them. It is for our family and it is for our offspring. It’s the dynamic in which God chooses our relationships to do works in.
I have witnessed and experienced first hand how God works through relationships. Prayer is a lightning rod for His movement and his people are the vessels of conductivity of his goodness.
Her king, leading with applause his approval of the crowning, looked upon the new queen with pride and an overwhelming feeling of happiness as Brenna owned it. She owned the position granted to her out of love and grace. She owned the fact that she was looked upon as special. Worthy.
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