This verse is all about submission to God’s will. There are so many times in life that I strived to do the right thing and yet things didn’t turn out the way I envisioned or wanted. And at that point, as a believer, I have to let it go and be assured that I did my best, but victory rests with the Lord and it’s His will that prevails. I may not like it or agree with it, but I have to respect His sovereignty.
READ PROVERBS 13 I want to dedicate this Proverb to all the wonderful teachers I know – past and present! They have one of the toughest callings yet thankfully, some of the richest rewards. As I type this, I am recalling two of my most favorite teachers at McCarter Elementary in Topeka, Kansas, who poured…
read proverbs 17 I’m not going to add to today’s Proverb because that would defeat the point!
Use encouraging verses to provide comfort, hope and strength for situations when words are simply not enough.
Read Proverbs 29 Today was a rare occasion where I got to do SOAP (scripture, observation, application & prayer) with all three girls at once (yay!). The overall application from the girls was that when we start to feel angry, we should pause and take some deep breaths so we don’t act like fools.
Read Proverbs 25 Proverbs 25 is rich with wisdom about choosing your words carefully. This fall, Robert and I will be celebrating 15 years of marriage. I wish I had applied this verse more during the early years of our marriage. I think it would have made some challenging days a little more bearable and…