“Your attitude should be the same as that of Christ Jesus” (Phil 2:5).
Stand firm. Let nothing move you. Always give yourselves fully to the work of the Lord, because you know that your labor in the Lord is not in vain. (1 Cor 15:58)
I could have been at this place yesterday. I had an invitation!
Thank-you Christine, Jennifer’s sister, for the picture. I “stole” it from your FB page. Jennifer’s graduation yesterday at Oral Robert’s University in Tulsa, Oklahoma shows that she stood “firm” through the years, with the goal in mind of being a nurse. With her sweet and kind personality she will make a wonderful nurse.
Here is another “stolen” picture. This one is from Jenny’s FB page. The verse for the day is my greeting to Jenny. May you always give yourselves fully to the work of the Lord. Follow your parent’s good example. Be the best you can in every area of your life.
Stand firm. Let nothing move you!
As for me, I need to take those same world to heart. It seems like every week the Year of the Home program takes more time. I spent all day yesterday, 12 hours, working on the theme for this month, which is blessings in the home. The article for this week is not done yet. The temptation crosses my mind, to just throw in the towel. But I can’t do that. I believe God has called me to do this program, so I just have to stand firm. Once again I ask for your prayers.
This week I am suggesting to make “blessing cards,” and I give several pages to download and print. I once made cards for my nieces and nephews to tell them I was praying for them. Here are attachments for blank cards that you can write messages on and give to people.
Here are pdf files you can use. Don’t worry that the file names are in Spanish. That’s the origin. They are designed by Cristina.
Cards with messages: Blessing cards
To finalize the message for the day, I want to remind us that God has many blessings for us, but they all come with a condition: obedience.