It is GOD who BLESSES and TRANSFORMS...
This is a blog for women who:
(1) Desire to be transformed by JESUS' LOVE, HOLINESS, AND GRACE; (2) Believe that GOD'S WORD is the true Spirit food for HIS HOLY SPIRIT who lives within us; (3) Submit to GOD and walk this journey of life with HIM transforming us more and more into HIS likeness.
It's a blog about the POWER OF TRANSFORMED LIVES. Let's begin with yours and mine and pass it on... 1 + 1 + 1...
Since God's Holy Spirit lives inside a christian, let's choose to be nurtured and transformed by feasting daily on Holy Spirit food - God's Word - The Holy Bible..
Once in a while I take a hiatus from writing, but I have begun again on Easter Sunday 2013. Usually, there will be multiple blog postings each week. You are invited to use it as part of your daily quiet time. Topics may run for several months at a time. The current topic is posted over on the right side bar. Each week, I will try to connect to a song or two that goes with our current topic.
Each day of the week follows a special format: Sunday in the Son; Meditation Monday; GratiTuesday; Women in the Word Wednesday; Transforming Thursday; Family Fellowship Friday; and, Ketchup and Mustard Saturday.
There's a whole lot here! Take your time to browse. Please come back and visit often. Welcome!
Because of Jesus, we can be family,
TRANSFORMED MOMS:MOMS TRANSFORMED
Friday, April 3, 2009
FAMILY FELLOWSHIP FRIDAY
Yesterday, I went in to check on Jessica who was suffering from a level 10 migraine. I asked her what I could do for her and told her I was so sorry. Her response, "That's okay, mom! I've had a few good days...it's just time again." God bless my daughter! When she has a level 5 or 6 out of 10 migraine...that's a "good day"!
I remember when she was younger and not dealing with 24/7 chronic pain, she always had her eyes and ears out for people who needed a helping hand...those who were down and out. She'd say, "Mom, can we help so and so...?" "Yes! Yes! Yes! A thousand times Yes!" Thank you, God, for the hearts of those who have eyes open to those who are suffering, those who are down and out, and those who are persecuted for the sake of righteousness.
Yesterday, my friend Laura, over at Heavenly Homemakers had a wonderful suggestion for pulling your church family together to minister to those in need. In fact, each week Laura focuses on Women with a Mission. I encourage you to click here and go on over to Laura's and see how you might incorporate her idea into your family fellowship.