Welcome Home!

“I have learned to kiss the wave that throws me against the Rock of Ages.” -Charles Spurgeon

Wow! My friend Dana introduced me to the quote above. This quote, Ephesians 3, the song “Welcome Home” by Shaun Groves are all urging me to lay myself at the feet of Jesus and ask Him to work in my heart and my life. I am so thankful that even when I do not make it easy for Him, that God pursues me, loves me, and continues to work in me. “Savoir, please keep saving me.” -Josh Wilson. 1 Thessalonians 5:18 urges me to,  “Be thankful in all circumstances, for this is God’s will for you who belong to Christ Jesus.” Here are some of things that I am thankful for this week.

We had family fun days at the zoo and the aquarium this week. My children love the big cats.

My children are cheap dates. They loved Taco Bell. We don’t eat fast food that often, so they were excited about it. Tacos and coke for the win.

We had a fun play date at a good friend’s house.

I have friends who will pray with me after church.

I mentioned it above, but I am loving what I am learning from the book of Ephesians with the ladies at my church.

I have a friend who shares with me when she sees free books on amazon. I love free kindle books. 🙂

What are you thankful for this week? Please share what you are thankful for with me in the comments.


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What Joy Is Mine

2 thoughts on “Welcome Home!

  1. valerie says:

    I am thankful that my hubby is home and the outage is over, that we spent time together as a family, we are able to homeschool, for my friends -old and new, that He loves me…


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