Moment by moment I’m kept in His love;
Moment by moment I’ve life from above;
Looking to Jesus till glory doth shine;
Moment by moment, O Lord, I am Thine.
You are such a beautiful writer. I just loved this blog. I think I add a tangle every day to my mess. I am thankful the Lord Jesus never gives up on me. The girls and I just did a devotion together this morning that used Romans 8:39, "Nor anything else in all creation, will be able to separate us from the love of God."
I love Romans 8, it is my cancer chapter. I read it and still weep.
You have the ability and patience to see what the "tangled" can look like after submitting to the Lord... Wow, I can't believe you didn't throw that away all those years ago, but my what a beautiful picture of Christ it turned out to be.
Wonderful post. You are very patient. You have untangled a true treasure.
I read your blog often, but never comment: does that make me a "lurker"? I hope not - it doesn't sound nice.I, too, have 6 children, teach the younger ones at home ( the older ones have finished with homeschooling) and last year had a brush with thyroid cancer. Different details from yours, but I can so relate to your experiences, especially of the Lord's faithfulness. Even here in New Zealand!Would you mind if I used your thoughts occasionally to share with a group of ladies who meet over coffee and craft at our church? Several of them do not know the Lord, but are always willing to listen to God's Word being shared and related to situations we all face, in the devotional time we have together.This post, about the tangled threads is just what so many need to hear.
I used some of those threads! I can hardly believe you untangled them. Thank you! Tatting is the easy part.
Jill, thanks for introducing yourself; I would love to hear from you more since we have so much in common. I would be blessed if you shared any part of my blogs, feel free to quote as the Lord leads. I'm excited for your opportunity to share the Lord with others over crafts and coffee. What a great idea. I'd love to hear more about your cancer journey, as well. Let's stay in touch!
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New Improved Comment-Praise the Lord, Nita, my talented sister-in-law. I knew all those hours of untangling knots were not for naught!
I'd love to keep in touch. Is via the comments here the best way to do it?
Jill, comments are great, but here is my personal email. firstname.lastname@example.orgDo you blog? I would love to know more about your cancer story, especially since it is so fresh.
Thank you so much for dropping by my blog. Your encouraging comments are much appreciated. I love hearing from others.
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