In just two words I have so much to say. My two words for today are SO MUCH.
When you feel unloved, remember how God loves you so much.
When you feel weak, remember God cares for you so much.
When you feel overwhelmed, remember God has so much mercy and grace.
When you feel life and this world are out of control, remember God has so much power.
When you don’t understand why, remember God knows so much about you.
When you feel like giving up, remember God reigns over so much.
When you feel like nothing is working out, remember God has so much control.
When I think about how much God has done for me , the so much in my life can’t be completely counted, fully described or explained. No matter how I feel, there is no measuring cup big enough to hold how much God has already done for me. God’s grace means so much. God I love you so much for that’s what I call Living On Pitch.
Simple Prayer: Dear Lord, I thank you so much. Amen.
Growing up in church I heard many people refer to PK’s which meant a pastor’s/preacher’s kid. PK’s were often labeled and watched constantly. I was glad I wasn’t one when I was growing up but now that I am older I understand being a PK was not a bad thing at all. Christians are often labeled and watched by the world. I read I Corinthians 13:4 and it says love is patient and kind, it does not envy or boast. It is not arrogant. It made me think about two simple words: patient and kind. I asked myself are you patient and kind? Are you a PK type of person? I realized showing love as a daughter of my heavenly Father requires me to live and love in a different kind of way. Uniquely defined love is patient and kind.
Prayer: Lord help me to be more like you today. Amen
I have decided to put on some depends today and declare it’s possible to live in peace. This scripture always speaks to me. Now that’s what I call living on pitch!
It’s Breast Cancer Awareness Month and I am reminded again to “take charge” of my health. I must do my part in living a healthy lifestyle. The American Cancer Society website provides good information and encourages us all to help fight breast cancer. Click here to learn more.
I have two encouraging words for you today and they are simply, “Don’t Fret!”
Here is how I stand up when things are falling down around me in just two words. Sometimes I need to be reminded to simply watch and pray always.
Some of my family members have just experienced the worst flooding in their state of Louisiana. I have seen pictures, read stories and saw how devastating this flood was. I really don’t know what to say about those going through this natural disaster. Some have lost loved ones while others lost their homes and other possessions. Continue reading