Monthly Archives: October 2018

5 steps to establishing the writing habit

Day 31 — {FMF} — close It’s the last day of the month and the close of this writing challenge and in all I’ve written 27 posts. I’m thankful and rejoicing a bit today. 🙂 Had I not done the challenge I might have written one post or maybe nothing…

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When the enemy steals your voice

Day 30 — (FMF) — voice They say trauma steals your voice and leaves you feeling powerless and I’d have to agree. Over the past few years, I’ve watched a dear loved one suffer the after effects of trauma or what is called PTSD (post traumatic stress disorder) and unknowingly…

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Only together will we be made perfect

Day 29 — (FMF) — together “These were all commended for their faith, yet none of them received what had been promised, since God had planned something better for us so that only together with us would they be made perfect.” Hebrews 11: 39,40 It’s day 29 of the Five…

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Trusting God when you don’t understand

Day 27 — {FMF} — Whole God sees the whole picture not only of my life but history. He is the beginning and the end. Sometimes, when pain, trials and difficulties enter my life, it’s hard to see beyond the muck and mire of living in a sin-filled world. During…

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When you need to start again

Day 21 — {FMF} — start “Through the LORD’s mercies we are not consumed, because His compassions fail not. They are new every morning; great is your faithfulness.” Lam. 3:22,23 I love the promise that God’s mercies are anew every day. I don’t know about you but…

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The moments that shape our heart

Day 26 — {FMF} — moment Some moments are etched in your soul for a lifetime.  My friends might say that I often dwell on the negative and sad side of life, and so today, I want to break out from that. Here are some of the happiest moments of my life…

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Why should you believe in God?

Day 26 — {FMF} — brief This is my story of why I believe in God — a brief version if only I had a minute or two to share with you in an elevator ride.  My name is Hulda and I was born in a village in the Andes Moutains in Peru…

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The common and uniquely beautiful

Oct. 23 — {FMF} common “And the common people heard Him gladly.” Mk. 12:37  On this side of eternity, I am one of the common folks — it’s how the world would see me. Nothing too special. But I know that God sees me otherwise. The often used example of…

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An audience of One

{FMF} — audience So it’s day 20 of the 31-day writing challenge at the Five Minute Friday community and the my blog stat bar shows 2 — maybe 8 page views on a good day.  And I ask myself — just who am I writing this for? Did I really expect…

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