Have you ever questioned if God really loves you?
I’m sure you – like me – have heard all your life that God loves you. As a matter of fact, I’m sure you know that God loved the world so much he sent His only Son to die for us, right? At least that’s what you’ve probably heard your whole life if you grew up in church (or the South).
But do you ever find yourself questioning that?
Have you ever looked around you at your circumstances and thought,
“Does God really love me?”
Have you ever learned a new skill and noticed it took for-bloomin’-ever to get good at it?
Maybe you just had a junior high basketball flashback! B.E.E.F. anyone? (Maybe that was just me). Or perhaps you remember learning to play piano or guitar. Or, it may have seemed it took you longer than most to get that squat form just right at the gym.
Whatever skill came roaring into your mind, the point is that learning something new always takes time. And it’s quite scientific. (more…)
I have a confession to make.
I had great intentions of getting up this morning and going for a run before church. Then things got a little busier than I planned, so I didn’t quite have enough time without rushing around like a crazy person. Then I was going to get that workout in a couple of hours after lunch.
Here’s where the confession comes in. (more…)
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Do you ever learn some of your most pertinent life lessons doing the most mundane tasks?
Just this week my husband and I started doing something we do every year at this time…growing grass.
You know the process. Kill the weeds (Well…try to.), prepare the soil with the aerator, and then commence spreading the seed, fertilizing, and watering.
While spreading the last of the seed, something hit me.