Good morning, Sweet Sisters!
I hope each of you had a wonderful Thanksgiving week and was blessed to spend quality time with those you love, ate too much delicious food, and spent time reflecting on all that You are thankful to God for giving you. I know we did. We were so blessed to have all of our children around our table this year. As your children grow up, that is one thing that begins to change: the dinner table. When our kids are young, we take for granted that we are all together and we are the ones feeding and caring for the children at the table, but as they get older and begin to take on their own responsibilities, some of our chairs begin to be empty. It's a hard thing for a Mama heart to accept, but that same heart overflows even more when those chairs are full!
I know for many of you, the holidays bring about sadness, grief, and sorrow. My heart prays for you. Just remember, God is with you, even in these hard moments and through those hard memories. And with Him... there is always hope!
I apologize for being behind, once again, but I encourage each of you to push right along as we try to finish our study in Exodus. Have you enjoyed it? What have you learned? Are you eager to read more? I certainly am! Here is this week's reading plan:
Monday - Exodus 20
Tuesday - Exodus 21
Wednesday - Exodus 22
Thursday - Exodus 23
Friday - Exodus 24
I'm praying for you all this week! May our eyes, ears, and hearts be open to ALL God has in store for us!
Good morning, Ladies!
Once again, I am a week behind. I apologize. For those of you who have already read ahead, that's great! Keep reading! But, if like me you find yourself lagging behind, we will jump right back in this week.
Here is our reading plan for this week:
Monday - Exodus 15
Tuesday - Exodus 16
Wednesday - Exodus 17
Thursday - Exodus 18
Friday - Exodus 19
I'm praying for each of you this week. Keep reading God's Word!
For we are God's masterpiece. He has created us anew in Christ Jesus, so we can do the good things he planned for us long ago. "
Hi! I'm Andrea, wife to my handsome hubby, homeschooling mama to my 6 amazing blessings, and daughter of the King of kings. I am so glad you have stopped by my little piece of the web. My prayer is that the Lord will use this blog to encourage you in your personal, daily walk with Christ.