Girls, I just read the MOST amazing blog. I LOVE this and want to pass it on to you.
Here are three of the 50 things Rick Thomas want’s his daughter to know … Nuggets of pure gold, and sound wisdom! If she listens to this wisdom … she will be so fulfilled in her life and marriage. Take a moment and let these thoughts permeate your being. Pray God opens the eyes of your spiritual understanding:
1. Don’t just marry a Christian. Christians are a dime a dozen. Marry a person who acts like Jesus. When you line up the fruit of the Spirit (Galatians 5:22-23), there should be little difference between your boyfriend and Jesus. That’s the guy of your dreams. Any other kind of man will be a nightmare.
2. Boys are not as strong and invincible as they would want you to believe. If you don’t learn the “book” before you fall in love with the “cover,” you’ll be disappointed with the content.
3. Don’t spend your teenage years primarily playing sports, or anything else that you will not be doing when you’re fifty. Spend the best part of your days practicing the things you will be doing (and should be doing) for the rest of your life. Your hobbies, whether in your teen or adult years, should not be your primary focus. (Unless you can make a living doing your hobby.)
Click the link below to read more …
It’s been awhile. So much to do and life takes over. Know that you never leave my heart and I love you deeply.
My post this month, on The Glorious Table, is up. I thought I’d share it here with you. Your Nana is far from perfect. This writing is a vulnerable peek into some of the messes I waded through in my younger years.
I pray God uses the messes of my life to be a message to you and all those who desire to live godly.
“The Christian mother has boundless opportunities to use her gifts and abilities. But how is she to know what God wants her to do with all the opportunities to serve Jesus and others in our busy and fast-paced world?
It’s enticing to choose admirable opportunities to serve, even though it might mean neglecting our God-given appointments. For example, as I raised my children, I allowed myself to be pulled in every direction imaginable. I was a wife, mom, teacher, counselor, pastor’s wife, friend, employee, leader, and more. I remember feeling confused about how to order my life. My home of origin had lacked order and been dysfunctional, and as a result, I often felt aimless as an adult, like a boat without a rudder.
I look back and think, Girl! What were you thinking? You didn’t have a clue.”
You can read the rest at The Glorious Table
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