As we all reflect on life, we can find Joy and Happiness in most everything we do…. we just have to want it, first and foremost. We can find it in the simplest of things….we only need to reach out and receive it!!! From the smallest of things, like water on balloons to the people with which we share life’s moments, it’s everywhere we are, everywhere we look. We are grateful for the smallest of things!!! We are extremely grateful for all of God’s blessings…… how about you? What are you grateful for today????
As we look at our lives, and all the blessings we have, from a loving relationship our spouse, our children and grandchildren, to a great home, a satisfying job…..the question to continually refocus upon is “what’s really important in Life?” If our days here were over, would we really spend today doing all the things on our to-do list? For us, what’s most important is always time spent with family, loved ones, especially with those we love the most. As we reach out and touch loved ones today, we hope that you also reach out to a loved one and share some special moments, some joy. So, Who will you reach out to today?
As we Live A Repurposed Life, we have God as our central focus. We attempt to pray about everything we do, or plan to do, to get direction and guidance from the Holy Spirit. So, a question for today…..As you pray throughout the day, going about your normal routines, what would you say if God showed up, physically by your side? Probably would be a major wow! Probably be THE major wow. Would you believe, thanking Him for answering your prayers, or would you doubt? Would you accept fully and completely, or be in shock that He actually came to see you, saying Oh My God? Or would you just feel blessed and highly favored, saying Oh My, Thank You God, Thank You God? Bridgette and I have never had that physical experience, with God showing up at our side. But, we do believe he’s always there for us, always guiding and protecting us, always trying to show us His way. We can feel His holy spirit around us, sometimes filling the room we’re in so fully that it brings tears to our eyes. When in His Word, we know He’s speaking to us, through us, communicating as best He can His will for us. So, as His voice is often not totally clear and direct, we ask each of you to open your hearts, to hear Him, to receive Him, to feel His love. And, seen or unseen, we hope that you will say “Oh my God, my holy father, my redeemer, I love you and am so grateful for you”. REJOICING in the Holy Spirit. What do you think you’ll say when God shows up?