get in on the best.
and he will give you your heart’s desires.
What beautiful devotional times to start your days! I wish I'd had more like that with my own children. As I think back, it seems to me that most focused more on behavior that pleases God. That's good, but without a continual focus on Christ (who IS our new life, without whom we can do no good thing) it is most likely only to result in fleshly efforts that fall far short of what Christ could do through us. I love the beautiful focus on Him in these devos. And what a good imagery is that of meeting Him "in our heart's room." (I am sorry for your losses that made a bittersweet mix with the joys. But I see joy prevailing, as it does in Him. Blessings to you, cyberfriend.)
Sylvia- Thank you for your kind thoughts here…I know, I didn't do this my own children either…I guess it is the blessing of being an aunt with some experience under my years that opened up the opportunity…and most of all I believe it was a Holy Spirit ordained time to prepare each one of them for their lives ahead :0)
Kel, this summary of your June days does have its joy and sorrow, the whole of life. You are embracing it beautifully and I enjoy reading what you share in the journey.I'm sorry to hear about the loss of your beloved dog–we do not own pets but I know they are a comfort and a joy….your niece's tribute sounds perfect.I look forward to reading more.
Hi! My name is Kel Rohlf. I am an intuitive mixed-media artist, creative writer and performer. Life is a performance. I often attend.
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