Last week I was worried about Michelle, my wife. She was in Orlando, Florida with Hurricane Erma targeting her and about 800 to a thousand people in the music and Radio Industry.
I know I needed to Trust God with her wellbeing. I found out for the first time in my life, my loved one was out of reach, not safe. I couldn’t help her. She was totally in God hands.
It’s easy to say you’re going to do trust God, but saying it and living it are two different things. At one point, I literally felt helpless.
Have you ever felt like you were in a similar situation? Circumstances dictated where you were and did not allow you to help or be in control.
Maybe you’ve had a similar experience, where circumstances made you feel out of control. Call, or go on line at kswp.org/prayer or kswp.org/praise and share you Story and the outcome.
God is always so good to me! As I sought His Word, He filled me with a peace… it passed all human understanding. There was no earthly reason for me to calm down, yet, I did.
He gave me this, “And the peace of God, which transcends all understanding, will guard your hearts and your minds in Christ Jesus. Philippians 4:7 (NIV)
Michelle flew home safe the next day (Saturday)!
“When you figure out time is your life, you’ll make the most of it.“
If you’re like me, you love to find great quotes! I collect them…. a phrase, a sentence, a specific set of words can change your view of life. Words change how you react to life.
As I read, I’m always on the lookout for a creatively joined placement of words … when perfectly placed increase your thought to a crescendo … of collected knowledge encompassing the entirety of life. I’m left in awe!
Don’t write yourself out of God’s story by thinking that because you can’t do everything, you shouldn’t do anything. The anything you can do is a significant thing in the story God’s writing.
Your anything might be someone else’s everything. ~ Louie Giglio
Storms draw something out of us that Calm Seas don’t.
More than four million votes were cast in Hasbro’s “Monopoly Token Madness” contest and the thimble — which has been part of the game’s token lineup since its debut in 1935 — wasn’t popular enough to stay.
“The lucky Thimble has lost its ‘shine’ with today’s fans and will be retired from the game,” Hasbro said.