Ok. So, I just realized we celebrated fixing my comments, but I never told you how I did it! You know, this blogging stuff has a bunch of details!
I want to preface this mini tutorial with the fact that I really appreciate Google Blogger! I have learned so much about blogging and their format is pretty easy to learn. Believe me, I'm not a technologically astute person.
Here's what happened. The problem began when I clicked on Google+ to share my blog. That automatically meant that for people to comment, they HAD to have a Google+ account. So, I signed out of Google+ thinking that would fix the problem.
I spent hours researching into the wee hours of the morning trying to fix the problem.
Then I found a website that gave me the answer. How I wish I could find that website again!
Proverb(s) of the Day
As I did a bit of research on this verse, I realized that I tend to overthink Scripture. This verse is so clear - but I was getting caught up in imagery. For example, I kept asking myself, "What does the horse really represent?"
Here's what I learned today. The horse is just that - a horse! :)
John Gill's commentary says that yes, as in the past, one would prepare a horse for battle, but compared to the LORD, the horse cannot help us win our battles! True victory remains in the LORD!
Then I read a commentary that said God expects us to do the preparation for whatever He has called us to - or for whatever battle we are facing. Whether or not we "win" is irrelevant - because we already have the victory - in God's timing and in His way! It is HE who gives us the ultimate victory!
This is how I felt when I was diagnosed with stage 2b triple negative breast cancer. Somehow I knew that either way - live or die - I still have the victory in Christ Jesus!
Of course I still have fears, doubts, and yes, anger. But, ultimately, I can find peace because I know that in the end, I win! I win with Christ Jesus!
Oh, and by the way, so do you.
Dear Friend, this is my truth