Thursday, July 2, 2015

Yesterday


All that has happened before this very second is past. We have absolutely no control over it. All the thinking and praying in the world will not change it.

What is important is that we know right now that yesterday has no power over us any longer. Let yesterday serve as a light on all the lessons we no longer have to go though again.
(Ruth Fishel, Time For Joy, 28 February)
2 July 2015

Monday, June 29, 2015

Work With Zest


Heavenly Father, help me work with zest and patience, for my good, the good of my neighbors, and Your glory, so that all I do will be for Your glory.
(The Christophers, Three Minutes A Day, Vol. 41, 29 June)
29 June 2015

Sunday, June 28, 2015

The Secret


The Secret means that we are creators of our universe, and that every wish that we want to create will manifest in our lives. Therefore, our wishes, thoughts, and feelings are very important because they will manifest.
(Marie Diamond in The Secret by Rhonda Byrne, p. 113)
28 June 2015

Saturday, June 27, 2015

Worries

Photo by Melva in Panama

Worries carry responsibilities that belong to God, not to you. Worry does not enable us to escape evil; it makes us unfit to cope with it when it comes.
(Corrie Ten Boom, in 100 Days of Prayer For Women, p. 121)
27 June 2015

Friday, June 26, 2015

People Of Peace


... in marriage as in life, choosing to be people of peace and love is good for both body and soul.
(The Christophers, Three Minutes A Day, Vol., 41, 13 June)
26 Jun 2015

Thursday, June 25, 2015

One Little Thing


We ought to hear at least one little song every day, read a good poem, see a first-rate painting and if possible speak a few sensible words.
(Johann Wolfgang Von Goethe in Night Light by Amy E. Dean, 8 June)

Tuesday, June 23, 2015

Celebrate Life


Celebrate ... life by all means but face up to the death of that life. Weep all the tears you have in you to weep because whatever may happen next, if anything does, this has happened.  Something precious and irreplaceable has come to an end and something in you has come to an end with it. Funerals put a period after the sentence's last word. They close a door. They let you get on with your life.
(Frederick Buechner, Listening To Your Life, p. 302)
23 June 2015