Pleas to God:
Psalm 25:5 – Guide me in your truth and teach me, for you are God my Savior, and my hope is in you all day long.
Psalm 143:10 – Teach me to do your will, for you are my God; may your good Spirit lead me on level ground
Psalm 32:8 – I [The Lord] will instruct you and teach you in the way you should go; I will counsel you and watch over you.
Since I know I’m going to be lazy playing with my kids on Monday, I’d like to acknowledge Memorial Day here:
My cousin is back on U.S. soil, and for that, I am thankful. My prayers don’t stop, though because there are thousands of other men and women who are not at home with their families. Last Memorial Day, I wrote a post titled “In the Absence of Peace, I Have Faith.” I still feel it, so I’m not going to reinvent the Memorial Day blog post.
Have a safe and happy Memorial Day. For readers not in the U.S., have a glorious Monday 🙂
Seems like you’re putting your eggs in the right basket.
As long as I remember which basket, I’ll be okay. Thanks for stopping by, Carl!
Have a wonderful weekend, Janna.
Thanks, Nancy…you too 🙂
I read the post. I seem that it’s special.
Have a beautiful weekend.
Thank you, Newwhitebear. I hope you have a wonderful weekend also 🙂
It’s good NOT to forget, Janna. Our service men and women can use all the prayers we can utter! Well-chosen Bible verses, too!
It’s so easy to take our freedom for granted. Memorial Day is the perfect time to remember those who paid the price for that freedom. Thanks for stopping by, Debbie!
So glad your cousin is home, Janna. Enjoy your Monday holiday.
We’re glad he’s home, too…but we don’t see him much (he hangs out with friends when he comes to town!) I hope you enjoy your Memorial Day, too, Patti 🙂
Beautiful post and photos. Happy Monday holiday, and may all our prayers be deep.
Thanks for stopping by, Diane. I hope you enjoy your Memorial Day, also!
You are right to look for signs. I pray for guidance daily, asking for little miracles. My miracles are coincidences. Coincidences are God’s way of being anonymous.
“Coincidences are God’s way of being anonymous.” I love that statement, Patty. Here’s to God’s guidance and little miracles.
What a beautiful post about our travels between lostness and clarity. You have shared a really wonderful understanding of life’s faith journey. My heart felt at rest with your final thoughts about the spiritual self growing through this process – as so often we seem to strain against it.
Thanks for stopping by, GodGirl. I do get a little worked up when I don’t know where I’m going…it’s a good reminder that I don’t need to know; I need to trust.