Sunday, March 30, 2008
Friday, March 28, 2008
I was pondering...If we are keeping our eyes focused on Christ, His reflection should be in our eyes.
When the stresses and busyness of life take over, our stress is a reflection of taking our eyes off of Christ and focusing on the stresses.
When we focus on the problems we are facing, rather than letting our Father handle the problems, we reflect the negativity of the situations around us.
We are all examples. We are all being watched in the fishbowl of our world. What do people see in us? or better yet, Whose reflection do they see?
As I heard it said once, "Always keep the Son in your eyes."
Posted by Becky at 9:18 AM
Wednesday, March 26, 2008
So, I have been following the events in the life of Tricia and Nathan Lawrenson (http://cfhusband.blogspot.com). If you haven't read their story yet, you need to. They are going through an amazing journey. Their willingness to share their journey with everyone has had quite an impact on so many lives. God must smile when He sees how they have allowed Him to use their situation for good.
Anyway, my hubby is an organ donor...has been for a long time. I am not...yet. Now I am reading about Tricia and others who are praying for a miracle...
So now I wonder what your thoughts are on organ donation. I have heard both sides of the coin, but I am curious, friends. What do you think?
Tuesday, March 25, 2008
I have been following the story of the Lawrenson family for several months now. They have been sharing the story of their life with the world. (www.cfhusband.blogspot.com) Check it out. You will be blessed.
Monday, March 24, 2008
This week we have been to the north and the south...visiting the in-laws in Georgia and my parents in Pennsylvania. The trip to GA was interesting...tornados and terrible weather. Then we had snow in PA.
Posted by Becky at 1:36 PM
Tuesday, March 18, 2008
While I am an avid blog reader, I am not much of a writer. So here is my attempt to become a blogger... it may be just a feeble attempt, but I am attempting none the less.
Posted by Becky at 5:59 PM