Note to Self

A note to myself and to you as well 🙂

Psalm 37:3-5 The Passion Translation

Keep trusting in the Lord and do what is right in His eyes.
Fix your heart on the promises of God and you will be secure,
feasting on His faithfulness.
If you make God the utmost delight and pleasure of your life,
He will provide for you what you desire the most!
Give God the right to direct your life,
and as you trust Him along the way
you’ll find He pulled it off perfectly!

Psalm 37:3-5 New Living Translation (NLT)

Trust in the Lord and do good.
    Then you will live safely in the land and prosper.
Take delight in the Lord,
    and he will give you your heart’s desires.

Commit everything you do to the Lord.
    Trust him, and he will help you.

Made for More Than Ordinary Lives

While I agree that we need to be able to embrace contentment with what we have, I think there also needs to be a balance. What I mean is we should not just settle for a day-to-day mundane, meaningless existence.

Yes, let there be contentment but let there also be purpose 🙂  Let us live each day with meaning, with hopes and dreams.

I think that as we find and embrace the meaning and purpose of our lives, going through the challenging seasons of our lives easier becomes a bit easier. We see a deeper purpose for any of our pains as well as our joys. And I think we are encouraged to live healthier in body, soul and spirit because we know we need whatever resources we have to fulfill our life’s purpose.

This is one song I’ve been listening lately which reminds me that we are made for more than ordinary lives – we are made not just to survive. I hope you get inspired as you listen to the song.

Comfort in Times of Challenges

As the year 2017 rolled in, my husband and I also experienced some unexpected challenges on the home front as well as in our work.

In times when we face such challenges, we are reminded again that there is no one else that we can really turn to who is above everything else that we are going through. We can only turn to God.

This song from an old album of Vineyard Worship comforted me that it is God who is my source of strength and my deliverer. The song actually echoes Psalm 18: 1-3. And the whole Psalm then shows why its author is able to say why the Lord is his strength and deliverer. Check out the song and be inspired: