Category Archives: Devotionals

Scrapbook Journaling

Hey, girls! Just sending out a little reminder (and informing those who may have missed the last meeting!) about our “homework” from the last WoP meeting.

Meghan talked to us about who we are. Not just daughters, sisters, friends, etc… but who we are in Christ. She challenged us to take time this month to find a verse in the Bible that tells us something about ourselves. Then scrapbook journal about it and bring it to the next meeting (Which is April 30th, in case you forgot!)

I’m going to post mine on here, to give you some ideas in case you’re not sure what we’re asking!

Love you all! Hope you all can make it on the 30th!

Natasha

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DugDownDeep

Just a little video to remind us of why we continue to study what we believe.

Wedding Picture

A picture of Delite and her attendants! The wedding went beautifully!

Journaling (2)

We are going to be doing a short series of “picture entries” that show glimpses of women’s journals. We hope that through these glimpses you will be encouraged and inspired to begin/continue journaling about your own relationship with God.

From Delite’s Journals

 

 

Journaling (1)

We are going to be doing a short series of “picture entries” that show glimpses of women’s journals. We hope that through these glimpses you will be encouraged and inspired to begin/continue journaling about your own relationship with God.

From Natasha’s Journals

 

 

Winter.

Isn’t it wonderful that God promises to make us whiter than snow? Anyone who has watched the crisp cleanness of new snow settling over the dreary brown of fall can understand what a lovely concept that is!

Although, I did hear one time that when people were translating the Bible into a language of people who had never seen snow, they compared it to the inside of a coconut. Having spent time in tropical countries, I understand that as well!

For the past two days my husband and I have been snowed in our little cabin, watching the snow whip past our windows. We ventured out once during the windy part, to check on things in the barn, then snuggled back in until the wind stopped howling.

There is nothing more beautiful than stepping outside after a storm. The air is heavy and quiet. Everywhere you look there is thick whiteness. All sharp edges are rounded and soft looking.

Isn’t that what God does in our hearts? Every time we fall to our knees and let him touch us- allow him to pour himself into us- it’s like a snow storm enters our hearts. It might feel cold or scary or painful even, for a time, but in the end when our hearts are purified by his love- we look like the outdoors after a snow storm.

And I believe that God sits back and looks around and thinks, “There is nothing more beautiful than this.”

I Run.

I Run

by Forty Days

I’ve never had a day like this,
when things become so clear and I can feel you here

I’ve never had to pray like this;
it’s all that I can do to see me through the fear

But when my faith begins to fail me,
and I can’t find my way

I run, I fall into the arms of my Father,
into a Love like no other

I walk, I crawl; it doesn’t matter how I get here only that I can be here at all

All that seems to cloud my mind,
is how can be I strong, and how do I move on

But I know You will never fail me,
You will be my way

I run, I fall into the arms of my Father,
into a Love like no other

I walk, I crawl; it doesn’t matter how I get here only that I can be here at all

I will call upon You,
Lord You are worthy to be praised, so shall I be saved