Monday, September 6, 2010

more thanks

I've been really caught recently with my need for more of the Word of God in my life... If it is "living and active and sharper than a two-edged sword" why would I settle for so starving my heart or feeding on dead crumbs for my soul? I want that which the Creator and Author of all life calls "Living" and I want it pulsing it's Life in my fading frame.

~ I am so grateful that God has given us his Word,
~ revealed himself to us in it, through it,
~ allows us to chew it up and get it into our hearts, heads, bloodstream, soul,
~ changing us, transforming us by it into more of his image.

~ So grateful for the all-suprassing power of the Gospel
~ which is not a message of my own sufficiency or power
~ but is a boast in God who spoke light to shine out of darkness
~ and caused "the light of the knowledge of the glory of God in the face of Jesus Christ" to shine in our hearts. (2 Cor 4: 6.)

Man! Have we ever got it good!?

And grateful...


~ to be married to the funnest, most loving man I can imagine: my best friend, my dreamy love.

~ for kids growing big- Isaiah is almost an inch taller than last month- I must have measured goofy on our homemade growth chart!?

~ grateful for the opportunity to give to new kids, to include new friends in our home

~ for a super fantastic bagels recipe and bulk pricing on 4 pounds of cream cheese to take the edge off the end of this fourth first trimester

~ for the store that carries cream cheese (maybe the only store in our whole province? and it's only a 15 minute bike ride from us!)

~ for the other foreign groceries they sell: cheese, butter, corn flakes...

~ for a rainy day, refreshing to the soul

~ for a boy who is learning more about loving others

~ a girl who loves that her mom and dad love each other

~ for a little boy who is on the verge of running

~ for the little growing one inside me- pure gift!

~ for friends who wrote me such encouragement last week when I needed it

~ for a skype date with precious girlfriends all gathered together!

1 comment:

  1. I love reading of your thankful heart. I love your friendship. I'm so thankful that the Lord allowed our paths to cross. You are such a dear...

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