Sunday, November 14, 2021


 On this Sunday, as I sit in stilled silence, I’m contemplating what to share. The question is this:  My testimony then that I shared of my decision to follow Christ, is different than why I remain devoted to Him. My love for Him as I grow older is more that I am being cracked wide open. He isn’t hidden from me, and I am no longer hidden from a world I can’t change. My exhaustion is leading to peace. I’m starting to dream again. So the question is do you want the original testimony of what brought me to Him or what keeps me there. Nothing I’ve shared lately makes me comfortable. To be free, I must be uncomfortable.  Very uncomfortable. 

Making Christmas cards today, and hope my mailbox is full of them too. 

Happy Sunday. 


In the world

I’m lost

And shocked

In the center

Of the will

Of God

Is everlasting

And amazing



  1. Enjoy making the Christmas cards ready and I do hope you
    open the box one upcoming day and get flooded with cards.
    Sharing your love of God is wonderful news in any measure. Have a wonderful Sunday. Mine is full of cold snow.

  2. I am so glad that you know Jesus and that Jesus loves you and you love Jesus. That is the best thing ever could happen in anyone's life. I am not sure about how many Christmas cards I will be sending this year. I do love to send them and love to receive them, but this year I am having some issues and not sure what all I will accomplish. But I do wish you a very Happy Thanksgiving and a marvelous amazing wonderful Christmas /Advent season. May your days be filled with much joy.

  3. I love how having Jesus in our lives can completely transform them! :)

    Hope that you had a great weekend :) We made the most of the warm sunny days after a rainy week :)

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  4. Hope you enjoy making your Christmas cards. I know I enjoye doing that...but I am so slow at making cards...I always worry at Christmas that I won't get them done on time.

  5. I need to work on my Christmas cards. I talk with Him everyday. Take care.

  6. Your faith is your strength! I hope you have a lovely Sunday and enjoy making those cards. I also hope that your mail box will be filled with them when Christmas arrives. :)

  7. Oh, that sounds like such a great project. It's hard for me to start Christmas cards. Sometimes, I don't get them out until late January.

    Thanks for being here. Peace Always❤

  8. I hear you Regine - our 'conversion' testimony is so very different to our current testimony as we have grown, and changed, so much over the years of walking with God
    Stay safe

  9. I would love to hear your testimony of how you came to Christ! Regarding Christmas cards, I can't think that far ahead!

  10. Such a beautiful poem. Thank you for sharing.

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  12. Sending you a comforting hug to start the week.


  13. I have already been thinking about Christmas cards too! I am hoping to send out more this year than I have in the past. Let's spread some hope and cheer!

  14. Hello Rue,:=) I believe, and am blessed. Christmas with the family this year, Hooray!!:=)) Sending hugs from Portugal.

  15. Lovely indeed. And making Christmas cards sounds wonderful. I need to do that, too.

  16. I think both reasons can be helpful to someone that hasn't brought Jesus into their life.

  17. Thank you for being transparent, especially when it is uncomfortable!