Two days after Christmas, after all the family gatherings, we were finally alone in the room, just the three of us #marasigang. We held off giving Noah our gifts for him because he was already so stimulated with so much happenings, people, and gifts (not complaining).😅 I found the alone time an opportunity to give Noah one of our gifts for Christmas, and process Christmas with him.
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Fifth and final installment to my Esther series! See how God finished the story.
Fourth installment to my Esther series! Recall from my previous post that it was a “not yet” for Esther, even though it seemed like the two opportunities given to her by the king seemed like those were the only opportunities she would get. Good thing Esther was obedient and self-controlled. God had a better plan.
What do we do when God calls us, and right before or after we step out in obedience, God says “Not yet?” Here’s the third installment of my Esther series.
When God calls you, it’s not automatically a smooth-sailing journey. There are challenges, and challenges are not necessarily indicators that you’re not where God is asking you to be. Here’s how Esther responded to her challenges.
Do you feel like God is calling you right now for something very specific? A new business? A new job? To live in a new city or nation? To be involved in this or that? Or maybe to stay where you are? I found some old (2012) blog of mine that can help. It’s taken…
Got sick this week. When I had symptoms, it was very easy to remember the doctor’s orders. But even when I’m still not done with the meds, just a little relief already made me forget. Enter life lesson.