I’ve been away from the blog for quite some time. You’ll never guess what I’ve been up to. This morning, I finished writing my first fiction novel. It feels strange to even type that, but it happened.
So, I am aware of the fact that the content of this blog is now NOTHING like it was in the beginning (a fitness blog), but for those of you with any interest, stay tuned for my journey to traditional publishing! And if you don’t mind, say a prayer (or two) for me as well. 🙂
Hope this finds you all well,
Have you written a book?
Did you ever end up doing something you never thought you would?
Are you on Twitter? I’m getting more into it lately, hit me up!
Happy Sunday Everyone!
I hope you all are having a great weekend!
As of yesterday, I can finally say that I have read the whole Bible cover to cover.
What. A. Ride.
I keep typing and deleting. I cannot find the words to express how deeply I have been cut. “Cut to the core” doesn’t seem to be enough. Hebrews describes it best.
It pierces to the devision of soul and spirit, joints and marrow, and I am forever changed.
My first thought when I finished the last words of Revelation was that I needed to tell you all what I read. I would go through, chapter by chapter, and explain to you all what it says! But then I remembered that those words I was writing to you would be my words. So many of us read other’s words. This is what I did for years, read everyone else’s words about God and life and even the Bible, but I wasn’t reading actual Bible! No man’s words have any power. Only God’s words have that. So instead of telling you all what the Bible says, I will do my very best to urge you to read it for yourself.
Heaven and earth will pass away, but my words will not pass away. Luke 21:33
Have a wonderful week Peaches!
Have you ever read the Bible cover to cover?
Who has experienced godly sorrow? You definitely know if you have. You are changed forever!
Sigh. If we women could only accept from the beginning the things the Lord reveals to us through our young daughters. The things that we grew to hate about ourselves, we adore in them. If they are skinny, we brag on their skinniness. If they are chubby, we brag on their chubbiness. We thank the Lord for their clumsiness and goofiness simply because of the joy it brings to our hearts. We marvel at their flawless natural beauty and at their comfort in their own skin, and the lioness in us awakens at the thought of anyone tarnishing this. In our daughters we see the wonder which The Wonder, Himself, made and called woman. We see how perfect we were from the beginning. The “imperfections” were nothing of the sort.
Through our children, we feel the Lord’s deep and unfailing love for us. But through our daughters, let’s be honest, we see what we never believed about ourselves, but was true from the beginning.
I am coming at you from my new desk!
Jason got me the best gift for Christmas, a new desk to write at. Now just to figure out a new use for the breakfast table….. I guess we could eat there? 😉
Examine It To See If It Is So
In 2017, I had a much deeper learning of a lesson most of us know but tend to forget.
Unfortunately, we live in a time where everyone has a “wise” thought to share. And unfortunately again, most of it is crap.
I thought it would be good to begin 2018 reminding us that no matter what information you are consuming, examine it to see if it is so. Crap can proceed from the mouths of professors, parents, pastors, news anchors, bloggers….especially bloggers.
So when you read a quote, stop. Examine it, ponder if it is really true. When you are taught a lesson, stop, think, examine it to see if it has merit. When you read an article, don’t be quick to believe it just because of the source.
And when you read the Bible, you know I know it is infallible, do not count a devotion or commentary as infallible. Examine it to see if it is so.
What is something that was presented to you as fact, that you later found out to be false?
Happy New Year!
Last night Jason, Ryan, and I rang in the new year with sparkling pink lemonade.
Our little Anna bug is sick so she couldn’t make it to midnight. 😦
She is so cheery even when feeling yucky. She entertained everyone in the waiting room at the doctor’s office, then we had some fun with Snapchat while waiting on the doctor. What a little ray of sunshine.
I love the new year. And this particular new year begins on a Monday! New year, new month, new week, new day, new morning, new mercies. How amazing is that?
This is the first year in a long long time that I do not have weight loss as a resolution. My resolutions are so fun. Read my Bible everyday, Read the kids Bible with the kids Monday through Friday every week, read everyday, write everyday. These of course do not count for vacations and holidays. Just the normal “9 to 5” haha.
What are your plans for 2018? Any resolutions?
I wish all of you a wonderful new year! Blessings and peace to you in 2018.
What are you resolutions for 2018?