Thoughts for Today_Saturday, 04.22.17

cropped-20160801_201250.jpegThere is such a sweetness in my spirit today for God’s faithfulness. I have become employed full-time and as I adjust to the time requirements for this, I have to adjust my writing time. I will be posting three times a week. My first priority is to God, of course. Then, attention to the job. However, my call to write and be an encouragement to others is still also a priority. As He continues to move in my life, I adjust accordingly. That said, I would like to say that God keeps His promises. Sometimes we don’t know the difference between “no” and “wait” because waiting does look like a “no” on the surface. However, when we trust Him, we see things play out. Waiting is hard because of this. Not sure, keep trusting. Can’t see, keep trusting. When He then begins to show His moves, you see things happen.

There are other changes coming. There is something to be said for His grace. His grace is sufficient. Always has been, but when you come to know that you know that, it is such a sweet place to be. I have been changed through all the things that I have gone experienced. Strength in Him is the anchor to my soul. I have found a church home and am excited about that as well. I must say that the time I did not have that church home, I was still focused on God. We must have that solid personal relationship with Him so that when He shows us our direction, we obey. Obedience is necessary if we want all that God has for us. Fulfilling His purpose and call for our lives is the goal. Eternity with Him is the destination.

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As a Christian life coach, my heart's focus is to help others move forward. Being stuck is no fun. You don't have to stay stuck. The biblical perspective is my anchor. My objective is to share my journey with the Lord Jesus Christ.

3 thoughts on “Thoughts for Today_Saturday, 04.22.17”

  1. You’ve said it! “Not sure, keep trusting. Can’t see it, keep trusting.” If we would only not fret when it doesn’t happen as expected and rest in knowing God is in complete control over all things, even our lives. As R.C. Sproul says: “There are no maverick molecules in the universe.” He’s got it all. Your full-time job came about exactly the point in time ordained by God. San, I am encouraged by your journey. But posting 3x a week? I’m struggling for once a week and failing! I applaud you, and praise God with you.

    1. This may be a bit ambitious. Working 11 to 8 M-F. I have committed to the intercessory prayer at least twice a week. So, it’s as the Lord leads. At the present, at the 2nd annual women’s tea party for the church.

  2. Good post! Yes God will always speak even when we can’t understand. But he never leaves us in the dark. He will continue to speak. He loves us too much to leave us where you are. His plan is abundant life!

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