Marriage is the best job you will ever work your hardest at. Here’s how my husband and I have made it through 32 years, and how we hope to be together for 32 plus more. The good, the bad, and the ugly.
This passage follows quite a history of hard times. The writer, Habakkuk, was not having a good day – let alone a good life.
I don’t want to be like the Israelites, complaining about too much manna. I want to see those showers of blessing through my discomfort. Lord, let me be a receptive vessel to those showers today.
When the kids carry out their chores, do you cringe because its not done exactly as you would like (aka the towels folded the wrong way and shoved in the linen closet or the toothbrush container is situated to the right of the sink instead of the left)?
Perspective for when your bad day gets worse; Bible verses and encouragement to keep going. Don’t give up!
It’s here! After months of effort and years of agonizing, I’ve launched my new site, and I think you’re going to love it! Rear, Release, Regroup is more of the same kind of stories I’ve been writing for years over at Live, Laugh, Love and Ruthie’s Kozi Kitchen! You will probably notice a few more changes to this site in the weeks to come, which won’t affect your receiving or viewing, only perfecting the process.