Oh my goodness-- I could write a book about that topic. Mostly not to judge anyone else's situation. Bad is bad to whoever is going through something and also how important it is to reach out and be there:)
To shut up and listen! And not just with my ears!
Life doesn't always work out the way you plan, but it's moving on from it that really counts.
That no matter how well you plan your day, something is always going to interfere with it.MasonThoughts in Progress
To fight through the ugly thoughts. They're only around to throw you off course.~ Wendy
I've learned that I am truly blessed, and I should not ever find myself complaining. Despite what circumstance I find myself in God is in control!
Trying to learn to be humble. Still trying to learn to respect my hubby's plan of action even when I disagree. *sigh* I think that'll be a lifelong lesson. :-)
The same as Donna!!!I'll reword it a bit:Silence is golden. So go gold, Patti
Enjoy the little things.Pray often.
You all are so wise. You teach me much.
Life keeps cutting that umbilical cord even after your babies are home from the hospital.
Put God's word first. Listen. Enjoy life and God's gifts, particularly your family.
You don't get anywhere without taking some chances.
God's plan doesn't always match with mine. I wanted something so bad before I turned 30... guess what, I'm still waiting. I'm not sure what God has in mind, but I'm learning to wait on him. That doesn't mean that I haven't shed tears about it, or that I'm not continually asking Him to grant my request, but I am coming to terms with who is really in control.
When I've got a problem, run to God first. He's the One with the answers.Blessings,Susan :)
Heard a great quote last night at church about jealousy of other women: "I'm not equipped to handle what she has, either good or bad." Wow.
If I don't feed my spirit I am as useless as a deflated balloon.
Pray before you act!
If it's not life threatening, it doesn’t; have to be done today.I love that photo.
Post a Comment