Coming home to my apartment is still a bit surreal.
I live here…Cool!
This weekend I hope to have some friends over because hospitality is a big deal to me.
I look around and can already tell this is a place where truth and grace and peace and fun (can’t forget the fun!) will be in abundance.
Do you know that you already have enough?
There’s nothing stopping you from being hospitable and friendly.
There’s nothing stopping you from sharing the gospel and befriending in your neighbors.
Nothing except you.
The list of supposed limitations we place on ourselves doesn’t match up with what the Bible says.
Christians are a people blessed with all spiritual blessings. God’s given us access to the best of everything!
Rhema Bible Church’s motto is “Living Life Unlimited.”
Do you know of a better way to live?
Don’t just talk about the good life–live it!
Today’s post will be short and sweet because I’m tired.
I spent the day cleaning house with my family. We wanted the house to look nice when my stepmom and sisters arrive home this Tuesday.
We had a lot to do but my battle plan worked!
Okay, it wasn’t really a battle plan…it was only a list. The list, though, held me accountable.
The little people were a great help too!
Caleb and Selah put all their toys away.
Courage did a great job of unfolding clothes and taking toys back out of the toy box. His cuteness was a nice distraction from the tediousness, so we forgave him each time.
Cleaning house isn’t glamorous but I was reminded today of my family’s many, many blessings.
We have nothing to complain about and God has given us more than we need.
(I spent all day cleaning up that more, which is how I know.)
So, yeah, cleaning house isn’t always fun, but it’s good to keep things in perspective: I have a house to clean. I have food to eat.
I’d say I have it made….