Carefully Consider Today

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Now that camping season is coming to a close, I hope to have more scheduled posts. Today, though, I am veering away from what you may be accustomed to here at God’s Word Girl. I don’t know if I have asked anyone who follows this blog to share anything I publish. I figure if it ministers to you, you will naturally pass it on without any petition from me. Today’s feature is different. Today I am asking you to join me in passing on the video I am sharing with you. Please do not discard what I am presenting without careful consideration and prayer.

This is a video which calls for action. I have since shared it with one of our small church groups and we are taking action in our community. I pray you will, too. This is not political, it is spiritual. But I do not live inside of lines. What I believe spiritually, the Bible upon which I live and love, seeps into every aspect of my life, as well it should. The person who says they are a follower of Christ but fail to live like Him outside of the walls of the church has ultimately failed the public as well as their Creator. God’s very nature is love, life, liberty and righteousness; anything beneath these standards is beneath His quality.

I want to add that although this video pertains to us here in the United States of America, it applies to those outside of our borders as well. For God knows no bounds.

I also want you to know that I pray for you. On occasion, I go down my list of followers and pray for your peace and blessings, for you to grow in God, and for your overall well being. I especially pray for those of you in nations where Christians being persecuted is an accepted way of life. God in us has the power to change everything through prayer. The Church has been silent and asleep for way too long. Speak and take a stand today. Tomorrow may be too late.

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My husband and I married over 20 years ago on a chilly, rainy, spring day. One year later caught me in a whirlwind as I was celebrating my first wedding anniversary, my first Mother's Day, and my first publication as a freelance writer. The birth of our third child followed a couple months after we celebrated our twins' 3rd birthday. Though a pen has been one of my constant companions, I have not pursued writing professionally due to the monumental task of homemaking and the raising of children. A shout out to my Robert who has been our sole provider while I have had the pleasure and privilege of remaining home with our children to homeschool them. Now, thanks to him, I have the liberty to once again pursue my passion to write and encourage others in written word as we journey with God through life experiences.

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