I am absolutely thrilled to have my friend Julie Holmquist from Stuff of Heaven here today for the final installment of this blog series on your life’s path. We have discussed knowing when a storm is coming and how to seek God’s guidance. Today, Julie has written a lovely guest post on unexpected turns in her life path, and how she clung to her faith in those unexpected turns. Welcome, dear Julie!
I am thrilled to feature my friend Leslie Newman from Journey to Imperfect for today’s post. She’s a popular blogger on the topic of prayer, so you’ll have a great time learning from her today. Enjoy her spiffy graphics too, and we both appreciate your shares on social media!
Pray continually (1 Thessalonians 5:17, NIV)
Have you ever wondered about what it really means to pray continually?
I’m happy to guest post at Young Wives Club this week. Enjoy this preview, and hop over to their site to read the rest.
What dream hides in your heart? What did you want to be when you grew up? Has it come true, or is your dream still waiting?
I’m so excited to write over at Leslie Newman’s blog today! Here’s a teaser of the post, and please make sure to click on this link and read the rest!
In my heart, there is a waiting room for prayers. For some prayers, I’ve only had to wait a few hours to learn the answers. I didn’t have to wait long, but the pressure was still there. For other prayers, I had to wait many years for the answers. I’m still waiting on some prayers to be answered with anything other than “wait.”
I often meditate upon the truths in John Waller’s song “While I’m Waiting.” I play this song while I’m in that waiting room and pray through the truths, verse by verse.
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Happy to share this post on Bethany McIlrath’s blog today! Visit her directory for more posts on idolizing knowledge.
I am a recovering know-it-all.
It didn’t help to grow up in an environment where knowledge was valued at a premium. Good grades were a must, as was the ability to speak with intelligence on just about every subject.
That’s really hard to pull off when you’re young and still learning.
But I wanted to please, so I tried.