Things rarely ever go the way we planned them out in our head.
Sometimes, even though we don’t know it, it is a blessing and sometimes it can be a huge nuisance. But if we stop for just a minute, even in the crazy moments that are a nuisance, we can find joy and we can find beauty and peace. Read more
Happy Memorial Day!!
There are certain men and women who have a courage beyond anything that I could ever comprehend. Today we celebrate and remember those men and women who made the ultimate sacrifice, their lives for our freedom. This country is free for two reasons: the grace of our Heavenly Father and men and women who are on the front lines fighting for that freedom.
We would not be he country that we are without them. I thank them, their families, and the God who gives strength and courage. I thank God for them and that I live in a country where I am free to serve the God I love and free to exact my beliefs in my life. Read more
This morning I was reading a devotional by Margaret Feinberg, I came across a very interesting concept. Complaining is killing your joy and making things seem worse than they really are. We already know that our words are very powerful. The Bible warns us over and over about how harmful the tongue can be. Here are a few verses for you to check out during your quiet time.
- Psalm 57:4
- Psalm 34:14
- Psalm 39:1
- Proverbs 10:20
- Proverbs 12:19
- James 1:26
- James 3:5
- James 3:8
There are 39 verses in my Concordance about the tongue. Read more
So we have been in the camper for a little over a week now. It has definately had its ups and downs all ready! We are so happy to finally be out here and is it so beautiful and peaceful! It is also a huge change for us, that I know will have bumps that we will have to work through.
The very first test was the dogs. You can read about that in this story, it was nuts!!! We have already sprung two leaks that hubby had to fix, which resulted in a cool bath on night. And while we do have a window AC unit, our awning is broken. This makes for HOT afternoons! Sheesh, it would have to be 96 degrees our first week! Read more