Saturday, July 17, 2010


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Saturday, July 10, 2010

Wonderful Grace of Jesus

Thanks to Amy @ Signs, Miracles, Wonders for hosting Then Sings My Soul Saturdays. Now it's time to check out her blog and hear some more wonderful music.

Friday, July 9, 2010

Still out... Las Vegas and although I'm missing Mike, I am having a good time with Kathy and Paul.

I have lots of pictures and things to share with y'all but it's so hard to use someone else's computer to post pictures on my blog... so until I get home you will not see any pictures from my cruise or trip out here.

Sorry everyone!

Thursday, July 1, 2010


In cleaning out my night stand this week, I found this paper from Don Currin Revival Ministries. As I started reading it I realized it was something I needed to read, re-read and meditate on it.



When you are forgotten or neglected, or purposely set at nought, and you smile inwardly, glorying in the insult or the oversight, because you are thereby counted worthy to suffer for Christ - that is victory.

When your good is evil spoken of, when your wishes are crossed, your tastes offended, your advice disregarded, your opinions ridiculed, and you take it all in patient, loving silence - that is victory.

When you are content with any food, any raiment, any climate, any society, any interruption by the will of God - that is victory.

When you can lovingly and patiently bear with any disorder, any irregularity, any unpunctuality, or any annoyance - that is victory.

When you never care to refer to yourself in conversation or to record your own good words, or to itch after commendation, when you can truly love to be unknown - that is victory.

When you can stand face to face with waste, folly, extravagance, spiritual insensibility, and endure it all as Jesus endured it - that is victory.

When, like Paul, you can throw all your suffering on Jesus, thus converting it into a means of knowing His overcoming grace; and can say from a surrendered heart: "Most gladly, therefore, do I take pleasure in infirmities, in reproaches, in necessities, in persecutions, in distresses for Christ's sake" - that is victory.

To love equally as much the grace that comes through being "instructed how to be hungry" and to suffer, as you love the faith required to know how to be "full" and to abound in health - that is victory. (Phil. 4:12)

When death and life are both alike to you through Christ, and to do His perfect will, you delight not more in one than the other - that is victory; for, through Him you may become able to say: "Christ shall be magnified in my body, whether it be by life or by death." (Phil. 1:20, 1 Cor. 15:54)

The perfect victory is to "put on the Lord Jesus Christ" and thus to triumph over one's self. (Romans 13:14)

"In all these things we are more than conquerors through Him that loved us." (Romans 8:37)

He knows, He loves, He cares -
Nothing this truth can dim;
And does the very best for those
Who leave the choice with Him.