I'm in. But I work from home now so it may not be exciting, actually, i can guarantee it won't be exciting :)
i was watching Joyce Meyer the other night and she was talking about how God uses the least us to do big things—the kind of things we can only dream about because we don't have the skills—or look/feel equipped. I guess her worship leader failed music in school, and she also failed English class. And yet, both are now highly successful in the things that no one poured into them to do.
God wants us moldable. Changeable. Not locked into something. He wants us available—and to say yes when we're called. if you have a God-given gift and dream and passion—let Him use it. no one but Him need pour into it.
to changed the past would change who & where i am today. i am not sure easing the pain of my past is worth taking away from everything i've learned. i also wouldn't want to miss out from further steps of trust and obedience... so the future can come as it may.
this news of yours never gets old of hearing. so excited for you and proud of you!!!
thank you for this reminder... i am thankful that in world full of married people—you still get it. xo.
praying for you today, dear one.
not too hot, not too cold. all you need is a light jacket.
glad you had a lovely perfect birthdate, my friend :)
this just shows God has a sense of humor.
what the huh that when what how? did the doctors specify what caused this or what it was exactly? dang. thanks be to God he's okay now, and i shall pray he stays that way.