So far, we’ve looked at these principles which I’ve begun learning and implementing in my life with my loved one.
The first was:
Oh boy! Was this a hard lesson to learn – it still is – and sometimes I fail miserably. But, as I pondered this point, the LROD spoke to me and said,
“When you are detaching with love,
you are NOT throwing your hands up
and quitting on your loved one.
When you detach with love,
you are releasing them TO ME.”
Remember this point?
I know….it’s an excruciatingly painful process.
And the results are unknown.
It’s during this time, I could – and continue to lean on His everlasting arms.
His will be done.
Until next time, Dear Reader.
Ever since I finished my Felt Nativity Calendar for my grandkids, I've been debating which hand sewing project to work on next. I decided to pull out my yo-yo project. Here is the next section.
It feels good to be working on this one as my portable sewing project!
I'm still reading The Story and loving it!
I Am Malala
captivate me as
I'm listening to Ordinary Grace and enjoying it as well. I keep wondering what will happen....
Here's the deal.
Yesterday I noticed changes in my breast - "the" breast that had cancer in 2014.
My doctor has ordered a 3D, diagnostic mammogram as well as an ultrasound "just in case."
Circumstances dictate that I can have the mammo on Wednesday morning.
So I wait.
I know the rules of this journey.
It's takes a lot of waiting.
So I wait.
While I wait, Something Heavenly by Sanctus Real is my anthem:
The chorus is my prayer:
Whatever you're doing inside of me
It feels like chaos somehow there's peace
It's hard to surrender to what I can't see
But I'm giving in to something heavenly
- Something Heavenly by Sanctus Real
So, I wait.
Tomorrow's post will be filled with great Scriptures by a wonderful writer!
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