MATTHEW 6:21 ON 6/21

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For where your treasure is, there your heart will be also.  – Matthew 6:21

Some portions of Scripture require a bit of explanation, but others are fairly straightforward.  Today’s Scripture reminder is self-explanatory and wow…  so TRUE! 

A wise pastor once made a statement from the pulpit that has stayed in the back of my mind.  This was his reference Scripture.  After reading it, he looked up as though he was trying to decide whether to go ahead and say what he was thinking – and finally said, “If you want to know what is the most important to a person, take a look at their finances.”  You could have heard a pin drop in that sanctuary.  I know we were all thinking about where we had written checks that last week.

Obviously, we all wrote checks to pay for our normal bills – mortgage, vehicle payment, groceries, trash, electricity, gas, etc.  but there are those other expenses that are not needs – but wants…  those are the entries in our check registers that really tell the story of what means the most to us – and there were some folks who just had to say…  OUCH!

It’s not my place to check you and it’s not your place to check me – but it is God’s Holy Spirit’s job to point out where all of us could do better.  Where do you spend most of your treasure?  That is where your heart is – it’s what matters the most to you.

MAN’S TREASURE

from week 16 of the popular book COFFEE WITH JESUS by Lucinda Berry Hill

A man was working in a field.

He came upon a treasure.

He admired it for a while,

The value, beyond measure.

He hid it in the field again,

Impossible to find.

Then left for home for the night,

The treasure on his mind.

He started selling all he had:

His house, his car, his clothes.

He sold his favorite pastime pleasures.

He sold everything he owned.

His family warned him not to go;

They said they’d turn from him.

His friends said he’d lost his mind.

He said good-bye to them.

He took the cash that he’d earned,

Back to the field he went.

To buy the field with treasure hidden.

For him, the gift was meant.

He went inside the treasure,

Came out clean and pure.

His dirty ways, his ugly past

Were gone from him for sure.

The treasure gave him wisdom,

Strength, and comfort too.

It gave him peace he never had,

A joy he never knew.

If he had to do it all again,

Give up all he had around,

He’d sell it all, joyfully,

For God, His treasure found.

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I would just challenge you to figure out what your wants are – and pray about where the things of God are ranked.  What you discover may surprise you.  It may be that changes need to take place, or you might decide that your treasure and your heart are already focused on God’s work.

Let’s take a look at the entire context of this portion of Scripture:

Do not lay up for yourselves treasures on earth, where moth and rust destroy and where thieves break in and steal; but lay up for yourselves treasures in heaven, where neither moth nor rust destroys and where thieves do not break in and steal. For where your treasure is, there your heart will be also. The lamp of the body is the eye. If therefore your eye is good, your whole body will be full of light. But if your eye is bad, your whole body will be full of darkness. If therefore the light that is in you is darkness, how great is that darkness! No one can serve two masters; for either he will hate the one and love the other, or else he will be loyal to the one and despise the other. You cannot serve God and mammon.  – Matthew 6:19-24

Who do you hate?  Who do you love?  What do you support with your treasure?  It matters to God.  🙂

 

2 SAMUEL 7:21 ON 7/21

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For the sake of your word and according to your will, you have done this great thing and made it known to your servant.  – 2 Samuel 7:21

Here are verses 18-21 (MSG):

 King David went in, took his place before God, and prayed: “Who am I, my Master God, and what is my family, that you have brought me to this place in life? But that’s nothing compared to what’s coming, for you’ve also spoken of my family far into the future, given me a glimpse into tomorrow, my Master God! What can I possibly say in the face of all this? You know me, Master God, just as I am. You’ve done all this not because of who I am but because of who you are—out of your very heart!—but you’ve let me in on it.  2 Samuel 7:18-21

GOD'S FEET

The sake of God’s word…  what is more solid than that?  God’s humble servant has low thought of his own merits as he prays from his heart.  He is thankful to God for making him king of Israel and blessing his future and future generations with things that are freely given of God.

God is so near and wanting to lead you in His marvelous way.  He wants to “let you in on it…”  (v. 21).  How do we respond to His presence in our lives?

Do we acknowledge the promises of God?  Are we truly grateful for all the wonderful and miraculous things He does in our lives?  I wonder if we even stop to notice most of them.  When we are suddenly impressed to zig instead of zag – and can’t put our finger on the exact reason – do we ever stop to think that it might be A GOD THING?

Many times we don’t stop right in the moment to thank God for His divine intervention in our lives.  I know that I often thank God in hindsight – after the time has passed – sometimes a long while afterwards…  I’ll be sitting quietly, just thinking back.  It will hit me just how closely God stayed to me during difficult days.  I cry out and thank Him for looking out for me.

I thank Him for the friends He sends my way just when I need them.  I thank Him for working every step out for me before I take it.  He walks ahead of me and clears the path.  He works all things out for my good and I wouldn’t change the relationship I have with the Lord for anything this world has to offer!

Angels watch over me and God’s Holy Spirit leads me through life situations and circumstances I know would be impossible for me to get through without Him.  He sees me through and blesses my life.  His provision is perfect, and  I thank Him for loving me so much!  🙂

 

 

NATIONAL FIBROMYALGIA AWARENESS DAY

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GOD LOVES ME WHEN I HURT

The theme for 2015 is YOUR VOICE MATTERS.  MAKE FIBROMYALGIA VISIBLE.

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If only hugs didn’t hurt

The National Fibromyalgia & Chronic Pain Association sponsors activities and increase opportunities to take part.  Events extend throughout the world and through the month of May.

When people say, “But you look so good”, how do you reply?  Although comments like these are meant to be complimentary, they underscore the importance of speaking up about chronic pain illnesses.

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Feeling as fragile as the wings of a butterfly

 

Today, celebrate the victories and simple successes.  What have you overcome?  Do all you can to stay optimistic and positive as you deal with fibromyalgia and chronic pain.

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Remember 

 

Today, remember those lost to the disease and honor people who have fought or are fighting fibromyalgia and chronic pain.  Let a friend know that you care by making a phone call or sending a card.  It means so much to someone facing this daily challenge.

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Unlock as many doors as you possibly can

 

Today, unlock as many doors as you possibly can.  Have you found anything that brings relief?  Share your tips with others who are suffering, that they might try the same thing.  As we find answers along the way, we can also show support for others.

The best secret weapon I’ve found is Organo Gold Gourmet Black Coffee.  This wonderful instant coffee has eased my fibromyalgia symptoms significantly.

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Why drink Organo Gold Coffee?  Organo Gold 100% Certified Organic Ganoderma Lucidum provides the following benefits:

  • Increased energy and stamina.
  • Increases brain power.
  • rejuvenates and makes you feel young and alert.
  • Strengthens the organs for elimination of toxins.
  • Uncovers arteries.
  • Fights atherosclerosis and obesity.
  • Improves sexual performance.
  • Helps to treat anxiety and high blood pressure.
  • Helps with hepatitis bronchitis, flu, insomnia, asthma
  • Serves as an anti-inflammatory and anti-bacterial because it increases the activity o the immune system.
  • Strengthens the bones.
  • Destroys cancer cells.
  • Optimizes the use of oxygen in the body and improves sinusitis.
  • Cleanses the kidneys and liver.
  • Overall improvement of health and quality of life.

Organic Ganoderma contains vitamins, minerals, 150 antioxidants and 200 active elements.  No other herbal product comes close to these amounts!  For instance, green tea only has 11, and the best antioxidant food supplement on the market has only 30.

The days of suffering in silence are over.  It’s time to fight back and take action against a disease that has taken too much.  🙂

 

 

NATIONAL ALMOND DAY

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Almonds offer so many benefits in our everyday life, yet it seems to be a nut that is overlooked.  Today let’s take a look at them and find the joy to be had from these little beauties.  Today is NATIONAL ALMOND DAY!!!

  1. Make a facial mask.  Mix together almond oil, honey and lemon juice.  Apply to your face once a week and you will see a shiny complexion immediately.
  2. How about a facial scrub?  Soak some almonds for a few hours before grinding them.  Mix the paste with a little milk or rose-water for the wonderful exfoliation of dry skin.
  3. Almond oil mixed with almond paste exfoliates dry skin on your lips.  That’s particularly important in the winter time when lips tend to be dry and chapped.  Almond oil contains Vitamins A and E that help increase the production of collagen, which can make the skin look smoother and tighter.  Vitamins B1 and B6 are found in the oil as well. Almond oil can also lighten dark spots on the skin.
  4. Unsweetened almond milk can help you lose weight.
  5. If you eat just a few almonds about 30 minutes before a meal you won’t eat as much.  The protein, fiber and healthy monounsaturated fat contribute to that fuller feeling
  6. Some nutritionists at cancer treatment centers say they aid in cancer fighting thanks to their vitamin E and other protective nutrients such as calcium and magnesium.
  7. Almonds are high in potassium and low in sodium, so they act to regulate your blood pressure and keep your cholesterol levels in check.
  8. A little dab will do.  One handful is a mere 160 calories and contain a great deal of vitamin E and magnesium.  That quantity is also an excellent source of calcium, iron and potassium.  They also provide 12% of your daily protein allowance.
  9. Because they contain as much calcium as 1/4 cup of milk, they are good at preventing osteoporosis.
  10. Almonds are one of the most heart-healthy foods on the market.  The FDA issued a qualified health claim in 2003 that states

Scientific evidence suggests, but does not prove, that eating 1.5 ounces per day of most nuts, such as almonds, as part of a diet low in saturated fate and cholesterol may reduce the risk of heart disease.

 Let your food be your medicine and your medicine be your food.  – Hippocrates

How about some Lebanese cookies???

Ghraybeh

1 Cup butter

1 teaspoon orange-blossom water

2 Cups flour

1 Cup chopped almonds

6 Tablespoons confectioners’ sugar plus 3/4 to 1 Cup for decoration

Preheat oven to 350 degrees F.  Mix butter and orange-blossom water until smooth.  Combine flour and sugar.  Stir into butter mix until blended.  Stir in nuts.  Roll into 1-inch balls, then shape and curve to make crescent moons.  Place on ungreased baking sheet about 2 inches apart and bake 10-11 minutes.  When cool, gently roll in confectioners’ sugar.  Dust again with confectioners’ sugar before serving.  Makes 3 dozen.

These are certainly not low-sugar (and I wouldn’t recommend Splenda), so remember portion control if you have high blood sugar.

So grab a handful of almonds – don’t let me stop ya!  Wink!  😉

 

 

 

FEBRUARY IS HEART MONTH

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A HAPPY HEALTHY HEART

February is AMERICAN HEART MONTH!!!  Because I am a type 2 diabetic, I have a higher risk of heart disease.  My friend who happens to be a nurse at a cardiac clinic told me that over half of their patients have type 2 diabetes.  That means I need to be just as careful as I can about my diet and exercise.  There is one more thing, and I believe it is as important to the equation as any of the others…  I try to have a positive outlook and be happy! 

I have made no secret of the fact that I claim joy from God’s Holy Spirit.  Joy is the unique feeling of contentment in all circumstances that only comes when God’s Holy Spirit lives inside.  He is the one who provides comfort and confidence no matter what is going on around me.  There is a calm that I really cannot explain, but I definitely feel.  No, I do not have my head buried in the sand – I’m perfectly aware of the situation in the world around me.  I know about current events, but I know I serve a God who has it all under control.

It is the Holy Spirit’s job to convict, God’s job to judge and my job to love.  – Billy Graham

The Holy Spirit does more than convict – he navigates me through this maze called life.  When I pray and in turn listen to His leading with faith in my heart, I know God will make a way where there is not a way I can see.  He’s done it so many times for me in the past and I know He will do it again.

Where your heart is concerned, it’s very important to eliminate as much stress as you can.  Once you decide to put your life in God’s capable hands, you also put all the problems at His feet.  Just because we lean on God does not mean that troubles and stress will not come our way – um…  no!  We just know what to do when it shows up.  I know without a doubt that I can rely on Jesus to take those burdens and then take care of me.

I submit to you today that the way to a happy, healthy heart begins with a relationship with Christ and the conscience and comforter, the Holy Spirit.  When Christ ascended to heaven He did not leave us alone to flounder – He left the Holy Spirit with us to help us.  I’m so grateful for this precious gift from Jesus – aren’t you?  🙂

 

 

 

INSPIRE YOUR HEART WITH ART DAY

TL 1-31 INSPIRE YOUR HEART WITH ART DAY

I’ll bet if I were to ask each person individually what real art is, I’d get as many answers as there are individuals.  That’s the beauty of art – there are different types of art because there are so many types of people with varied tastes.

Today is INSPIRE YOUR HEART WITH ART DAY!!!

When I think of art for my heart, I imagine myself not in a gallery, theatre, cinema or music venue – but in my prayer closet.  You see, if I was to go to one of those other places, I could soak up the art and it would be pleasing to my mind for a short while – but that is short-lived and I am hungering and thirsting for more.

 Prayer does not change God, but it changes him who prays.  – Søren Kierkegaard

If I seek the Lord in my prayer closet, it’s a wonderful conversation.  Unlike the shocking art you see more and more in our world, God’s love is soothing to the mind and heart.  I’m reassured of His love and it makes me feel secure to know He will not change, no matter how much me and my environment do.

EXERCISE FOR YOUR HEART

Life is short, and Art is long.  – Nathaniel Hawthorne, London, September 29, 1855,  Passages from the English Note-Books, 1870

We can’t be sure what we will experience from man, but we can be very sure of what we will experience with our Father in heaven.  He loves us so much and wants only the best for us.  I think the key to getting the most out of this day is being selective about the art – and the art form we choose.  I choose prayer because I cannot imagine that any other venue could possibly do my heart so much good.

The art that does my heart the most good is by Thomas Kinkade.  Mr. Kinkade died on April 6, 2012 under very sad circumstances.  I’m not his (or anyone else’s) judge, merely an admirer of his work.  His art and writings live on to encourage and inspire my heart and the hearts of many others.  My favorite painting is “The Bridge of Hope”.  It reminds me that I was on one side of the bridge with my family, but they have gone on to heaven and I’m still here.  I’m here on the other side of the bridge now without them, but I know God is by my side and He will give me just what I need, when I need it – to live a life pleasing to Him.  One day I will cross the bridge too. 

 

A COMMENTARY FROM THE HEART

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12-29 LET THE BRUISE HEAL COMPLETELY

In December 2014, I’ve seen images of perceived injustice and true injustice.  I’ve heard speeches that are a transparent attempt to pull the races further apart.  I’ve always been a Caucasian woman so I see the world through my gray eyes, but I do not wear rose-colored glasses.  I do not pretend that everything is perfect in this world, in this country or in my community.  I know as well as anyone that there is work to be done by everyone.  As a Caucasian woman I refuse to shoulder all of the responsibility but I am more than willing to meet anyone halfway.  I am prepared to do as much as I can to get along with anyone with the understanding that they will make that same effort with me.

I am not a hater.  I am not a divider.  I am not any label that anyone wants to stick on me.

I’ve prayed throughout the month of December, and I have been led by the Lord to write this post.  I know it’s not giddy and fun, but when I began writing this blog I promised God that I would do so with my ears open to HIS leading.  This is HIS blog and always has been (it always will be). 

Hear me people – my civil rights END at the tip of my nose and so do yours.  Once I begin making demands that make my rights seem more important than yours, I am treading on your rights and diminishing them.  True equality will not come to pass with violence of any kind or with harsh speeches that make others feel less protected and more threatened.

I want nothing between my Lord and I in 2015.  I want to be just as close to Him as I can get.  There is no room for judgment, hate or evil when God is with me and His Holy Spirit is guiding me.

That’s the bottom line – if it is peace we want in our country – an INDIVISIBLE country, as we say in the Pledge of Allegiance – then it comes down to each person deciding to chase after it with a sense of real purpose.  I want that and vow to pray for America and be the person I know God wants me to be in the upcoming year.

Remember the GOLDEN RULE???  It seems to be a bit tarnished nowadays.  Let’s shine it up with the cloth of God’s love and let HIS LOVE shine through us to everyone in 2015!

I’m just one voice – one Caucasian woman, writing what God laid on my heart to write.  I was obedient.  I can’t change a heart or a mind.  THAT is up to God.  ❤

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BOXING DAY

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12-26 BOXING DAY EVERY DAYBoxing Day last year:

Today in England, Australia, Canada, New Zealand and other former British commonwealth countries, they are celebrating a legal holiday known as BOXING DAY!  It’s also known as St. Stephan’s Day because churches opened their collection boxes to the poor.   The holiday developed because servants were required to work on Christmas day, but took the following day off. As servants prepared to leave to visit their families, their employers would present them with gift boxes.

 During my second year of nursing school our professor gave us a quiz. I breezed through the questions until I read the last one: “What is the first name of the woman who cleans the school?” Surely this was a joke. I had seen the cleaning woman several times, but how would I know her name? I handed in my paper, leaving the last question blank. Before the class ended, one student asked if the last question would count toward our grade. “Absolutely,” the professor said. “In your careers, you will meet many people. All are significant. They deserve your attention and care, even if all you do is smile and say hello.” I’ve never forgotten that lesson. I also learned her name was Dorothy.   – JoAnn C. Jones, Guideposts, January 1996

In the Middle Ages, members of the merchant class would take boxes and fill them with food and fruits to give to servants, tradespeople and the less fortunate.  Servants worked on Christmas Day, so the day after Christmas they would be given a day off to celebrate.

 Wherever there is a human being, there is an opportunity for a kindness.  – Seneca

Today Boxing Day is celebrated by filling boxes with food and clothing for the needy and doing volunteer work.  Monetary donations to various organized charities are also common.

If Christmas falls on a Friday or Saturday, Boxing Day is celebrated the next Monday.

We are told in the Bible that the poor will always be with us.

  For ye have the poor with you always, and whensoever ye will ye may do them good: but me ye have not always.  – Mark 14:7

Sometimes people use this verse as an excuse to withhold charitable contributions because they argue that it will do no good – the poor will be with us always.  I think the actual point Christ was making was that He would not always be amongst man on earth in human form.  Yes, the poor will be here, just as the rich people will be here.  Whether we are rich or poor, we have choices to make.  We as individuals will be held accountable for the choices we make.  It all comes down to what we believe is the right thing to do and what we are taught is the right thing to do.

God smiles on His children who share.

Every man according as he purposeth in his heart, so let him give; not grudgingly, or of necessity: for God loveth a cheerful giver.  –  2 Corinthians 9:7

We give in secret.  Give quietly and shhh…  don’t tell.

 That thine alms may be in secret: and thy Father which seeth in secret himself shall reward thee openly.  –  Matthew 6:4

THE FAMILY ACROSS THE WAY

While I believe alms refers to the tithes  and offerings given to the church, the same application should be made to charitable giving.  Here in the U.S.A. we don’t celebrate Boxing Day, but we still need to keep in mind that not every family had a Merry Christmas!  We (and I’m pointing to myself too) need to try to find those who are struggling and help them if we possibly can.  Wouldn’t it be a great idea to make Boxing Day a day of giving to those less fortunate?

I give because it’s the only concrete way I have of saying that I’m glad to be alive and that I can earn my daily bread doing what I love.  Giving… puts our focus back where it belongs – on the lives we lead, the families we raise, the communities which nurture us.  – Stephen King

People have all sorts of motives for giving (tax breaks, bragging rights, getting on someone’s good side), but remember God knows the heart and the motive.  I have a personal belief that once you are praised by people or receive any payment or compensation, you lose your reward from God.  Humility has to be a key element of real giving – be humble and quiet.  God knows and His reward is sufficient for your life and His blessings will sustain you.  He gives the best rewards, doesn’t He?  To my friends celebrating Boxing Day – have a wonderful day!  🙂

 

I like the idea that God has a box packed with everything I will ever need – don’t you?

It’s not too late to order your copy of Lucinda Berry Hill’s new devotional book!  Everybody needs a new devotional book to begin this new year, right?

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MITTEN TREE DAY

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12-6 TEACH CHILDREN CHARITY

I think of all the wacky and unusual holidays on the books, this one is my favorite.  MITTEN TREE DAY is so much fun for children, but it’s a great way for adults to teach them about selflessness and  how to put the needs of others above their own needs or wants.  Have you heard the story called “The Mitten”? 

The timing of this special holiday is perfect since it’s so close to Christmas.  I used to have my Sunday School kids make an outline of their hands with their fingers together on colored construction paper – it looks like a pair of mittens.  Then they put their name on the “mittens” and decorate them with glitter or crayons.  Then punch holes in the top of each mitten and run yarn through the holes.  Tie a knot in the yarn and hang the “mittens” on a small Christmas tree.

Once you have a mitten tree and have read the story to the children, you can easily Segway into conversations with them about how blessed we are if we own a pair of mittens – and how it would be nice if we were to give someone a pair of mittens if they do not have any.  Children learn how to be charitable.  It does not come naturally.

We usually talked at great length about how the little boy’s mitten helped all those critters stay warm.  Then we discussed how God has provided warm houses for us to live in and stay warm.  It’s never too early to teach children to count their blessings and be thankful for what they have.

There’s such a tendency in our country to want more and not be content.  Stories like “The Mitten” help us to teach children to think of others and want to share with them.  Let’s teach them about charity instead of teaching them that the government will force them to share.  True charity should be taught and come from the heart of individuals.  God loveth a cheerful giver.  THAT is what Christians teach children – give from the abundance God blesses you with.

May we always be allowed to give of our own free will as God leads – not as government leads.  ❤

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WORLD FORGIVENESS DAY

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On the farm, it seems that honesty is second nature and a big part of honesty is granting forgiveness. It’s a simple life that demands little more than the golden rule. Just treat everyone the way you’d like to be treated. So why is that so difficult in some circles?

Today is WORLD FORGIVENESS DAY, and how much true forgiveness needs to happen in our world?  In our country?  In our state?  In our city?  In our community?  In my heart?

Ah – now we get down to the nitty-gritty – my heart.  If I do not forgive others their trespasses against me, God can not forgive my trespasses against Him.  I know these things yet I hold on to grudges and hurt feelings.  Until this head knowledge reaches my heart, it’s just more information I have stored that is of no use until acted upon.
I have to let it go – and pray every day that God will help me not ever take it back again.  How much happier would I be without any grudges or hurt feelings?  What if I could look back on the past and not feel like a knife is twisting in my back?  How great would that be?
I need God’s forgiveness for some pretty awful transgressions.  In order to get His forgiveness and be clean and fit for eternity, I need to forgive some folks and ditch some sinful behavior.  No, I’ll never be perfect – no one will.  That’s not to be an excuse for sinful behavior.  We don’t compare our lives to others, we compare our lives to the standard set by God Himself.  When I look at my life in the light of God’s Word, I am lacking.
I need to forgive others so God can forgive me.  So on this special day, I’m letting it go and embracing the freedom that only comes from good clean living and a clear conscience.  Oh, and God forgives me – hope you do too.
What are my sins?  Well – that’s ‘tween me and my maker.
When sins are confessed, there needs to be a change.

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