Encouraging Words In the ongoing aftermath of Hurricane Harvey, I wanted to share these encouraging words from an updated post. I hope these thoughts will encourage you today, wherever you are. When you find yourself in a storm of impossible circumstances, how do you get through it? What encouraging words do you need to hear?
Millions of viewers watched the recent solar eclipse through special glasses. Curious seekers drove for miles to see this rare phenomena that brought total darkness for less than three minutes. Only those living in a certain area were able to see the full eclipse of the sun, but it was a sight they won’t soon forget. But there is one Light that can never be eclipsed.
How will you celebrate July 4th this year? Here’s something you can do that will truly make a lasting difference and bring true freedom.
Prayer for peace is something we all want and need. And while we all crave different kinds of peace, perhaps one that we all struggle with most from time to time is inner peace–peace within. If so, today’s blog is for you. While I always encourage you to pray your own prayer, perhaps these thoughts will be helpful to you. It’s yet another one in a series of helpful prayers I’ve been sharing with you for a few weeks.
Drooping. Lifeless. Abandoned. Destined for the trash. Appropriate word choices for the plant sitting on the bargain rack of our local home improvement garden section. But you wouldn’t describe these flowering petunias with those same words, would you? Yet that pathetic description fit this hanging plant perfectly when I bought it a couple of weeks ago. Could it bloom again? Would it form soft, lilac petals again on its tired, worn stems?