There’s a theme that’s been heavy on my heart over the past two weeks. I don’t quite even have the words to express it to you all, but I want to try today. If you read Monday’s post, you may remember that I mentioned it there. Today I’d like to expand that thought.
There’s not many YouTubers that I consistently follow due to time management, but this sweet couple is one of them! They put out family-oriented videos a couple of times a week, and in this book, they give more details about how the met and their stories.
I’m back again with another verse that has been impactful to me. In this series, I’ve been taking you through several verses that helped me get through various seasons of my life and have a special place in my heart. I hope that as I share these verses with you and what they meant to me that you’ll find they apply to your life also and that you’ll find some encouragement in these posts! Now, let’s get on to this installment’s verse.
Well, it’s been a while since the last Life Verses post, hasn’t it? I got so caught up in sharing my travel adventures that I just never got back around to telling you about some verses that impacted me for a season of my life. In case you’re new here and don’t remember the previous Life Verses posts, let me catch you up on what’s going on. In Christian circles, it’s not uncommon to hear people saying they have a “life verse” or asking other what their “life verse” is. This would be a verse that has stuck with them throughout their Christian life. For me, there’s not just one verse that’s a favorite or dear to my heart: there’s several. Each one made an impact for at least a couple months of my life for the season I was in. In this series, I’m going back through verses that have been special to me and telling you what they mean to me.
Life can be crazy. I’m sure everyone that’s alive knows that and this isn’t new news to anyone, but sometimes, it can feel as if you’re being slung around more than normal.
I had an experience myself recently where Continue reading “In the Potter’s Hands”
We have a couple of freezers at my house. One sits inside, in the kitchen. It is easily accessible to me in my everyday life when I need food. Another sits out in the garage; it’s further away and I don’t use it as often. It’s simply not convenient.
Ice cream was on sale at our local grocery store this week. My mom called to see what flavors we wanted, and my dad and I answered. I requested mint chocolate chip, but my dad insisted we already had that. I argued. I didn’t see it. I checked the freezer again. “See?!” I pointed out. “I can’t find it. We don’t have it.” Continue reading “A Mint Chocolate Word from God”