Julie B. Cosgrove
God can whisper to us through things like friends, painful experiences, sunrises, a hymn, and His Word.
Where have you found God today?
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My Thoughts . . .
God will make Himself known in your life every day. You just need to open your faith eyes. That's not always easy to do, especially when the world has clouded over your view of life. I get that. I have been there --- often.
Just try to focus on what He has blessed you with today, not what has gone wrong. Then wait like a child with her nose pressed to the window --- watching.
It begins with a wonder, then develops into a "what if . . .?"
Already doubt begins to fade into a maybe.
Already, prayer has begun.
Be still and listen for Him moving in your life. Hear His feet on the path of
your day. That is prayer as well.
First of all, then, I urge that supplications, prayers, intercessions, and thanksgivings be made for all people... that we may lead a peaceful and quiet life, godly and dignified in every way.
(1Timothy 2:1,2b )
Another Thought -
I thoroughly believe that the characters in the Bible can be examples for us today. That's why the stories were told. In the pages of the Bible are real people with real hurts, struggles, shortcomings, and at times, great faith. Each has a lesson for us -- even now, thousands of years from the time they last breathed a breath on this earth.
Their actions and reactions to Jesus can also be a testimony for all ages and in every age, and are worth telling until the day when He comes back for His own.
Man or woman, old or young - You have a story. How will you tell yours?
Below are some of the ways I am starting to tell mine.
To find out more, click the "Excerpt from Books" tab at the top
of this page. Then click on each book to preview it. Thanks!
WIDOWS and Empty Nesters - or anyone else who is in deep loss CLICK HERE
Life without God is like an unsharpened pencil - pointless.
Sneak PreviewHush in the Storm
a contemporary suspenseful novel with a touch of romance
Where did you find God today?
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