With God All Things Are Possible
Sometimes I forget
what an awesome God we have. And then he sends someone to remind me just how much I am loved.
A Rough Time
This last year has brought incredible upheaval into my life. The rug of life has been pulled right out from under me. My family and I were involved in a tragic car accident in which a beloved friend was lost. Now the company that I was working for has been sold and I am unemployed. The end result is that I must sell my beloved home, move and find another job. Sometimes the weight of it just crushes me.
In a Lettle Card
this is What My Dearest Daughter told me.
I wanted to write you a note to remind you that you are amazing! I am so proud that you are my mother! I realize that throughout my life-thanks largely to you-people have spoken confidence, love and courage into my life. I don't know if you were blessed with the same fortune. As your self appointed life coach, I wanted to speak, confidence, love and courage into yoyu as you prepare for another adventure: ATLANTA!
Rememer this week as doubts about the future creep up just remember this:
You are created in the image of the creator
He dwells within you
You can do anything you put your mind to!
It was something that I had forgotten during this past year: With God all things are possible.
All I can say
is thank you Jesus for giving me this awesome daughter.
So For Anyone Going Through Bad Times
In all thy ways acknowledge him and he shall direct your path
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