Monthly Archives: October 2013

Be Brave Enough to…

The Maker of Heaven and Earth

 

Maker of Heaven and Earth

Have faith. Trust. Try again. Write with Intent.

All of the actions listed above have 1 thing in common. Reliance on something outside ourselves. And that reliance on “something” can be scary. But you wouldn’t be considered brave or faithful if it was easy, now would you?

That’s why it’s called a “leap of faith”. You are venturing forth into realms unknown to you. But my theme or life lesson that I instill in each story that I write is that with faith comes hope. And where there is hope, there is triumph, because you are believing in something–SOMEONE–much bigger and stronger than yourself.

God.  He made the sun come up this morning and he’ll raise the moon tonight. All you can do for light is flip a switch and if you didn’t pay the electric bill, you’re still in the dark.

So have faith. Trust in God. And when you veer off-course, asking Him to guide you back. And when you write, share His love. It’s the happiest happily ever after you’ll find.

I want to be brave. And I will ask God to help me do just that every day. Will you?

Fall is in the air–even in Florida

Fall is in the air--even in Florida

This photo was taken during a trip to New England about this same time of year.

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