"Yet I knew the moment I started worrying about whether or not I was good enough for the job, I wouldn't be able to do it." - Madeleine L'Engle
Today, something new begins.
I've dreamed of starting a Christian publishing company for a couple years now, and today, it's official! God led me to John 21:25 on a Sunday morning when I was wondering what on earth was next.
This was His answer: (continued in comments)
Today I read Hebrew 12 and it was a great time with the Lord.
“whose voice then shook the earth; but now He has promised, saying, “Yet once more I shake not only the earth, but also heaven.” ”
Hebrews 12:26 NKJV
I missed #day2 yesterday of covers of books that changed me because I was busy all day. I‘m not supposed to give an explanation, but I feel like this needs one. My grandma (who raised me) bought me this bible before I went away to bible college. She passed away ten years ago today. I also found a letter from my grandpa tucked away inside from Feb ‘08. He passed away in January this year. I miss them so much. I was a little hesitant to post👇🏼
**I Spy** Saw this guy reading at a car show. I think it was the Bible.
Day 18! 💜
Sharing a bit from my personal life today, I believe that all of my inheritance will come to me from the Lord. Every little thing that‘s gone wrong will be supplemented with growth and happiness in the years to come, thanks to him!
I‘ve struggled with my faith some over the last few years, but I‘m thankful to be back in a place where I can cherish His words and promises!
#ReadingResolutions #April #TheBible
So excited to share with my niece my Great Grandmother‘s 1910 ivory-encased Bible witten in German. Her mother, myself, my daughter, and soon Jacqueline will hold it as she walks down the aisle to be married. This photo doesn‘t do it justice.
Happy Easter everyone!!! Hope the Lord blesses you with a wonderful day!!
“You shall not give any of your offspring to sacrifice them to Molech, and so profane the name of your God: I am the Lord.” — Leviticus 18:21 NRSV
“Moloch is the biblical name of a Canaanite god associated with child sacrifice.” — Wikipedia
Screenshot from Wikipedia.
The last time I was back home, my Dad gave me this Bible. It belonged to my great great grandfather Wilford who lived from 1849 to 1920. It was a gift from his sister Augusta in 1902. ❤️
#history #anditsaugust @RealLifeReading