Hello! I'm so happy
to be here to give Sarah some time to enjoy her family.
heart is beautiful. She's beautiful. Her daughters are beautiful. Seriously.
My name is Esther and
I blog over at Lovingly
When Sarah asked me and
some other friends to guest post, I, of course, said an enthusiastic
share about this question:
this for days and I really wish I had a concrete answer by now
never even processes God's words... but my heart does.
world's eyes, might be pretty mundane.
coffee, I make breakfast lunch and dinner,
go grocery shopping, I clean, etc. etc.
two of the most meaningful things one can be
thinks so too.
over sometimes... okay all the time...
I could sit down and contemplate before Him waiting to hear audible words,
to hear Him when a toddler is pleading (whining) for your attention
making a mental note of the pantry items you ran out of
adding to the day's to-do list.
that God loves you in whatever phase of life you are in.
remind myself that He put me here in this life, in this very instance.
love for granted.
A relationship with God, like a relationship with a person,
is a two-way street
and I have to give Him something in return for what He
gives me… which is everything.
before my son in the morning to greet the Lord in prayer time,
time starts a establishes a conversation that expands throughout the day.
I praise Him, give Him thanks, and then I start to ask for graces.
for the day because I know He will supply them.
always tells my heart when it's time to start my day.
He speaks to my heart.
"Thanks for these ten minutes, daughter. I will be with you today and
sense of peace that I know only comes from Him.
understanding. Isn’t he?
cry out to him in frustration, sadness, exhaustion, hunger, happiness, and joy
to my heart. Telling me what needs to be heard.
Giving me peace.
hear a thing but my conversations with God are based on a sixth sense of sorts.
peaceful, I know God and I are in sync.