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Astounding Love

African American woman looking up and smilingBusy few weeks. Planning, organizing, & preparing in prayer for the RELEASED! Women’s Conference on April 27 in Belton, MO.  Incredulous at the amazing things God is already doing with it.

Taking Leah each week to her violin lessons. What a beautiful sound to hear her practicing.

Trying to climb Mount Neverest of dishes and laundry each day (how can 3 people have so many dirty dishes and so much laundry?). Still, I’m so thankful, God, that we have enough to eat each day and clothes to wear. Some don’t.

Doing the fun stuff like speaking and coaching. So grateful God uses me…really, Lord? Me?

Scheduling new guests like Shelley on the Women’s Battles Radio Show. Oh, how she inspires me with her God-sized heart of love.

Eating too many chocolate with almond bars and not drinking enough water. Give me your Living Waters, Jesus. Let me thirst for You.

Wondering if I should try the military diet that our daughter Heather went on and lost 10 pounds. Help me, God, to shed the unnecessary weights that slow me down and hinder me back from Your Divine Purpose.

Thanking God that Ethan is free after a week of being taken hostage off a school bus, and praying fervently for my children’s and grandchildren’s safety each day. Jesus, you set captives free.

God. You. astound. me.

 

 

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  • Reply Angie Kay Webb February 9, 2013 at 2:09 pm

    great post Beth. I think everyone is so busy these days.

    • Reply Beth Jones February 16, 2013 at 6:22 pm

      Thank you so much, Angie! I appreciate that so much! I heard of a good book this week by Michelle Prince called “Busy Being Busy.” I will have to check it out! We don’t want to be so busy that we miss what is most important!

    • Reply Beth Jones February 16, 2013 at 6:23 pm

      Thank you so much, Angie! I appreciate that so much. I heard of a great book this week by Michelle Prince called “Busy Being Busy.” I’ll have to check it out. We don’t want to be so busy that we miss what is most important!

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