The Lord’s Great Love | Lamentations 3:22-23
Monday Motivation – Devotionals
The creator of the universe has special plans for each of us. He is full of compassion and mercy for you!
As human beings, we are all imperfect and vulnerable to our sinful natures. However, God’s love and mercy for His children are endless, no matter what may happen to us, or happen in our daily lives. As the sunlight breaks through the darkness, each new morning is symbolic of a new beginning. In the same way, our fellowship with Christ can overcome any sin, any hardship in life, or guilt that can ever be held in our hearts, even in the worst of times. Christ can overcome any hardship in your life!
Do you trust that God loves you and has never-ending compassion and mercy for you – yesterday, today, tomorrow, and always?
Reflect today about any areas in your life where you may be struggling. Is there any space where you could be more open to God’s love and compassion?
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Being creative, cooking, fresh veggies, the violin, decorating for holidays, sewing, hand-quilting, cowgirl boots, country music, fresh herbs in pots, blowing dandelions to the wind, walking barefoot in the grass, hanging out with eclectic interesting people, reading, writing, warm lazy summer days, and yoga!
Gluten, cilantro, mixed vegetables (the frozen kind I grew up with), negativism, rudeness, narcissism, overstaying a welcome,
not helping out, liars, promiscuity, cockiness, know-it-alls, being overly-dramatic, goal-less-ness, poor hygiene, chauvinism, lacking a sense of humor, excessive competitiveness, Laziness, horrifying spellers, people-bashing, criticism and mockery of others and their beliefs, flakiness (because flaky people are really unappealing), more swagger than substance, people who constantly manage others (those folks who think they have all the answers…)
Lambrusco, my iPad, popcorn suppers, dark chocolate, cookbooks, Almond-Rocca, historical romances, sun-bathing, weekend coffee with a good book in bed, PBS cooking shows, romantic comedies, cozy sweaters, fuzzy socks, and fragrant bubble baths with soft music and wine…
Say please and thank you, LAUGH, Pray often, ENCOURAGE others, Be KIND, HONEST, HAPPY, Keep your PROMISES, Be GRATEFUL, Wash your hands, FORGIVE yourself and others, LISTEN, Have FAITH, Be CONFIDENT, Honor your parents, CHERISH your children and grandchildren, TREASURE your family, ABIDE in GOD’s love, Be POLITE, Guard your HEART, SEEK your purpose, FEED your mind, body and soul, Be HOPEFUL, Resist temptation, Lay your burdens down, TRUST your gut, CONNECT with nature, Know that GOD made you perfect just the way you are, SERVE others, LIVE to love, Be COURAGEOUS, Shine bright, OPEN your mind, RESPECT differences, HONOR your inner hunger, SING loud, Be PROUD of who you are, Practice PATIENCE, Never give up, WEATHER the storms of life, Say I love you, LOVE one another
- I’ve traveled to 32 states in the USA where I’ve enjoyed the food, history, people and the local culture while visiting.
- Among the states, I’ve lived in are Arizona, California, Michigan, and Wisconsin.
- My favorite island is Maui.
- I’ve also been to Canada and Mexico.
- I rode horses as a kid, and barrel-raced.
- I broke my neck when I was 18 and went to senior prom in a neck brace.
- As a little girl, I grew up living next door to my grandma and grandpa on a small lake in rural southern Michigan.
- The first thing I learned to cook was pancakes.
- The craziest thing I ever made was mint-flavored green cupcakes when I was 13. My family didn’t like them much…