I know it’s not most people’s favorite thing to think about or talk about, but do you ever think about when you die? I don’t mean how you’ll die or when, but after you are gone from this life, what do you want your legacy to be? What do you want people to be confident in when you are gone?
Now, I hope to live a long life and I hope you do too, but I’ll tell you I think about this every now again. You know why, because nothing brings proper perspective like the finality of death.
She made the most of what was given to her. She loved well. She was generous. She was a servant. She made me feel special. She encouraged me. Those would all be wonderful impacts to make on those around me. Continue reading “Perspective”
I am thrilled to have a guess blogger on neeserisms, my very own AMAZING niece and her great insights…
I learned to knit when I was living in the orphanage in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia. It took me about one month to learn. One teacher taught me the basics and I remember offering my food to friends in exchange for their help teaching me. I have been knitting now for over 6 years. One thing I have learned through this skill is that one small piece of yarn, when put in the right person’s hands, can be transformed into something useful and beautiful. This illustrates what it is like if I put my life in God’s hands. No matter how small I may feel, He can use me to do great things. Continue reading “A Small Piece of Yarn”
My Pastor made this statement in a recent Sunday sermon, “Gods agenda is not for you to be happy and comfortable. It’s for you to be Godly.” That statement did not tickle my ears, but I recognized it as truth, truth that I need to embrace.
This is the thing, I like comfort A LOT. I like stretchy pants, a warm cup of coffee in my hand, perhaps someone to entertain me, kicked back in my easy chair. I mean who doesn’t, right? Yet, if comfort is not God’s priority then I’m thinkin’, it probably shouldn’t be mine. Continue reading “Painful But True,Your Comfort Is Not God’s Priority”