About Faith


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If I’m going to listen to what someone has to say, I like to know a little bit about them.  I like to know what their story is and how they arrived at what they’re talking about.  So if you are here, it’s nice to “meet” you.

My family, singing, playing the piano, reading, chocolate, watching old musicals, laughing, Olive Garden, all things vintage, romance, sunsets….

These are a few of my favorite things.

I’m a stay-at-home, homeschooling mama. I love serving the Lord with my husband and children. I am busy. Sometimes I am stressed. There are days my house is messy and the laundry is a mile high. My life is not perfect, but God is perfecting everything that concerns me.  So I am blessed.  And I’m striving to Live Thankful every moment that I have breath in this body He has given me.

“I will sing unto the Lord, because he hath dealt bountifully with me.” – Psalm 13:6

“Is there nothing to sing about today? Then borrow a song from tomorrow; sing of what is yet to be.” -Charles H. Spurgeon

There is much in this world that can cause us to lose our song. But no matter how dark the night, a better day is coming. To those of us who know Jesus as our personal Savior, He has promised and He is faithful! And because of that, we can sing praises to the One who is worthy of ALL praise.

I hope this blog will be an encouragement to a weary soul. To serve as a reminder that God wants to hear us sing even when all we see is turmoil and despair. That even when it feels that we have lost our song, there is still always something to sing about! So dear friend, lift up your head and sing with all your heart. Sing through the trial. Sing despite the pain. Sing though it seems the night will never end. Borrow a song from tomorrow.

Because eventually, with God’s grace, you will find your song again.

Do you have questions?  Would you like to contact me?  You can do so by filling out the form below.  I’d love to pray for you, so feel free to send me a message!

 

 

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