Forgive & Forget

For I will be merciful to their wrongdoing, and I will never again remember their faults. (Hebrews 8:12)

While I have talked about forgiveness in the past, it was primarily reminding each of us to remember to forgive each other just as He Forgave Us. While I try to remember that our sins are continuously forgiven, thanks to the most precious gift of His Son – our Lord & Savior Jesus Christ, I still have days where my insecurity wins out and I feel unworthy of this forgiveness.

One such day was yesterday. Anyone who is a regular visitor to this blog knows that I am often a worrier. Top this off with insecurity and God’s child with a heavenly given talent of writing is stopped in her virtual tracks. As the next step for His loving gift begins its planning stages, which could have begun yesterday, I let fear stop me from moving forward. Although this fear of disappointment stopped me yesterday and I started to wonder if Our Father could forgive me he once again shined down his love and not only gave forgiveness but also removed the insecurity enough to move forward.

Thank you Father for your love. Be sure to follow His Love on Facebook to find out the next steps in what is sure to be a miracle of its own!


A Flood is Coming

 For the Lord thy God bringeth thee into a good land, a land of brooks of water, of fountains and depths that spring out of valleys and hills. (Deuteronomy 8:7)

When you think of a “flash flood warning” do you get excited? I know that these three words have never meant good news to me in the past. That is until now. It’s a New Year and while some may be thinking about their resolutions to get in shape, eat healthier, or try new adventures I am excited about the flood that our Heavenly Father is bringing to His children this year.

No, I am not talking about a return to the flood of the earth days of Noah and the Ark, but a flood of His favor. This is all He has been reminding me of this week. The first instance was during my family’s weekly Bible study last Sunday, where we watched a powerful sermon entitled “A Flood is Coming” from Joel Olsteen that actually brought tears to my eyes.

This sermon once again reminded me how much HE LOVES US and is more than willing to make all things turn out for good if we just believe. The second instance was just yesterday when I was directed to the above scripture…

For the Lord thy God bringeth thee into a good land, a land of brooks of water, of fountains and depths that spring out of valleys and hills. (Deuteronomy 8:7)

I don’t believe that this reminder was just for me. Instead, He is asking that I share this message with all of you – His Children. So, get ready because God is ready to bring a flood of favor into your life in 2018!


Thank You Lord for Blessing Us in the New Year

For thus saith the Lord; Like as I have brought all this great evil upon this people, so will I bring upon them all the good that I have promised them. (Jeremiah 32:42)

Although there are and will still be those that turn away from His Unconditional Love in the New Year, isn’t it wonderful to know that HE is always going to be there to provide what is needed most?

So, if you feel lost as the New Year continues, know that HE is ready to “provide you with all the good that he has promised” to those who simply turn to him and ask. What a tremendously loving Father we all have.

Who else would actually give of his only child to save us anyway? Let’s celebrate with love in the New Year and each personally witness the good that he has for us.

Feel free to comment on how HIS LOVE has already shown you good in 2018.