I sit here today in joy of how wonderful God makes everything work together!
Oh – sorry I couldn’t post my walk monday yesterday… yes – I’m running a day behind; but it’s all for the glory of this post. I was going to post this late last night; but got sidetracked with spending time with my family – which is right where God wanted me!
God works wonderfully! We can truly depend on Him for perfect timing. I used to struggle with having patience in His timing; learning that it is not my timing that matters. Let me explain: I’ve been branching out with my caregiving gift God granted me with as a business since January of this year; instead of just using my medical background to work in an office or hospital, or helping out family members, I decided to continue doing what I love – caring for people while helping them stay in there own homes; where they’re most comfortable at! Well – to make a long story short:
- Anytime I’m available and we need extra money I receive information that work is available
- When my family needs me due to illness’, work is not available
- A friend called late lastnight needing someone to watch her daughter… and at the time I was able to leave work early. I let her know – this is such a God Thing
My whole experience working as a caregiver is for the glory of God – everything works out in perfect timing! I’ve shared with several people how it all works out = such a God thing. I thank Him daily for the gifts he gives me.
Each week Carolyn over at Scrapping Servant would like for us to share a post on a bit of your walk with the Savior. It could be anything like what you learned that morning in devotions, what you are struggling with, a new worship song you learned, a prayer request, a new Bible study you started, a praise report, you get the idea… anything that is a cause for growth in your relationship with the Lord. She will also post a question for us answer with hopes for each of us to get to know each other better! You can check for all of my postings for this subject here!
This week’s Bonus Question: What is the very first scripture you ever memorized? Or the one you first – remember – memorizing? And when was it?
That’s a great question! The first Scripture I remember memorizing is John 3:16 when I became saved:
For God so loved the world that He gave His only begotten Son, that whoever believes in Him shall not perish bu have eternal life.
A few of my favorite verses that I’ve memorized are:
I can do everything through Him who gives me strength.
May the words of my mouth and the meditations of my heart be pleasing in your sight, O LORD, my Rock, my Redeemer.
2 Chronicles 16:9a
For the eyes of the LORD range throughout the earth to strengthen those whose hearts are fully committed to Him.
Blessings, See you next post – HL