If you are feeling sick today, it is our desire that you get well soon.
May the Lord’s peace and quiet remove your pain and heal your sickness, allowing your soul to be refreshed with rest, your mind with sleep, and your body with comfort. May your recovery come quickly, as you abide with Jesus, and find your strength in Him. Amen.
When fear comes, ask Jesus to drive it away with His perfect love. For He took the punishment for our sins on the cross, so faith is now our response to Him, as He has removed every form of condemnation against us. Amen.
Marks of disgrace can easily follow those who face a mental health challenge. People may shy away from you, make fun of you, and even ridicule you, because they are blinded by their own ignorance.
What a shame!
If they took time to know the real you, and the image in whom you have been created, then maybe they might be more sympathetic in building an authentic relationship with you.
Do you agree?
May you continue to lead us, as you help us to end the stigma about mental health issues. May we forgive those who have hurt us, and let you love those through us, who need to see your love. Thank you for showing us your grace and mercy, as we walk in the fragrance of your love. Amen.
I am an amateur photographer, but I love taking pictures.
Currently, we are on vacation in Manitoba, and I was able to snap a photo of this morning glory, at our friends place.
What do you think?
Taking great photos involves more than I know, but here are a few suggestions:
- look for an opportunity to capture the beauty of God’s creation, and when you find it, take a shot.
- think about what speaks to you in the photo: for example, in this photo, I wanted to capture the brilliance of light inherent within the flower.
- share it with others: ask your friends what they think, see, and appreciate about your photo.
- let God speak to you through your creativity.
Thank you Lord Jesus for giving us the opportunity to take photos. May we have fun as we learn, grow, and develop this passion with us. Amen.