Waiting

Not Right Now

I’ve talked a lot lately about the journey of transition I’m currently walking and friend, it’s a hard road, let me tell you. Amidst these changes, I am struggling to have words from my heart, or even the time to share, in this beautiful space. I keep hearing Jesus whispering to my heart, “not right…

So I Wait

Anyone who knows me, knows the biggest dream of my heart is to be a mother, so I keep reminding myself that God is using this time of waiting to move mountains before He releases His little angel into our care.  As much as I cling to that hope, and God’s promise to grant the…

Waiting for Help

As I walk this journey of rest (obedience), I find myself, for the first time, learning to ask for help.  I say learning, because I’ve always been one to set a goal, work at it and accomplish it, alone. My career is one where I am the sole admin in an office of engineers, machinists…

Reveling in "Wait"

As I embrace this season of “wait” & “rest”, the Holy Spirit gave me this understanding and I could hardly wait to share with you! Wherever you might be on your journey, may you join me in reveling in the here & now. May you look up to Christ, and focus on Him, rather than…

Rest is a Choice

As I’ve mentioned before, God has called me to a season of REST, yet I am continually bombarded with more things to keep me busy! So I simply ask God, “Why, if you are calling me to REST, is my life getting busier?” What I hear in response is simply, “REST, Child. REST” Then it…

Take My Yoke

As I’ve mentioned before, God has called me into a season of rest, which is definitely a challenge to obey!  However, during this season, as I read Matthew 11:28-30 I find comfort, in a whole new way, so I’d like to share with you! In my graphic above, I’ve highlighted the key words that spoke…

When You've Got Nothin'

Lately, I’ve found myself at a loss for words with my writing. Well, maybe not completely at a loss for words, but they aren’t flowing as frequently as they have been and I just keep thinking “I’ve got nothin’ to say”. I’ve been wrestling with this issue because after all, how can a writer write…

I can't sit still!

Last evening I learned a beautiful lesson from my six year old stepson.  After coming home late from work, I walked in the door & received a hug hello, to which I asked my typical, “How was your day, Bub?”  He hung his head & barely above a whisper I could hear his response, “I…