Tuesday, October 24, 2017

Who has God called YOU to be?

I saw this picture yesterday on my news feed. It really struck my heart. I knew that I needed to go read what this lil' summary meant on this pic. It really struck home to me. So many times we compare ourselves, especially as women. The only thing is God didn't make you to be like your friend, your neighbor, or your sister. He made you to be you and to do what he has called YOU to be.
I'm called to be an Encourager. I know this and I have been told many times that this is what I am. It made me stop to see when was the last time I did my part as the church? What is your calling? Focus on what God has called you to do today!
For me, I am not called to the be the creative one... the teacher... the pastor... I am called to be ME.
We also need to make sure we give this life lesson to our children. Help them find their calling and be ok with who God has made them to be and to realize it is ok not to be like their friend.

A Living Sacrifice to God
ROMANS: 12 And so, dear brothers and sisters,[a] I plead with you to give your bodies to God because of all he has done for you. Let them be a living and holy sacrifice—the kind he will find acceptable. This is truly the way to worship him.[b] 2 Don’t copy the behavior and customs of this world, but let God transform you into a new person by changing the way you think. Then you will learn to know God’s will for you, which is good and pleasing and perfect.

3 Because of the privilege and authority[c] God has given me, I give each of you this warning: Don’t think you are better than you really are. Be honest in your evaluation of yourselves, measuring yourselves by the faith God has given us.[d] 4 Just as our bodies have many parts and each part has a special function, 5 so it is with Christ’s body. We are many parts of one body, and we all belong to each other.

6 In his grace, God has given us different gifts for doing certain things well. So if God has given you the ability to prophesy, speak out with as much faith as God has given you. 7 If your gift is serving others, serve them well. If you are a teacher, teach well. 8 If your gift is to encourage others, be encouraging. If it is giving, give generously. If God has given you leadership ability, take the responsibility seriously. And if you have a gift for showing kindness to others, do it gladly.

9 Don’t just pretend to love others. Really love them. Hate what is wrong. Hold tightly to what is good. 10 Love each other with genuine affection,[e] and take delight in honoring each other. 11 Never be lazy, but work hard and serve the Lord enthusiastically.[f] 12 Rejoice in our confident hope. Be patient in trouble, and keep on praying. 13 When God’s people are in need, be ready to help them. Always be eager to practice hospitality.

14 Bless those who persecute you. Don’t curse them; pray that God will bless them. 15 Be happy with those who are happy, and weep with those who weep. 16 Live in harmony with each other. Don’t be too proud to enjoy the company of ordinary people. And don’t think you know it all!

17 Never pay back evil with more evil. Do things in such a way that everyone can see you are honorable. 18 Do all that you can to live in peace with everyone.

19 Dear friends, never take revenge. Leave that to the righteous anger of God. For the Scriptures say,

“I will take revenge;
I will pay them back,”[g]
says the Lord.
20 Instead,

“If your enemies are hungry, feed them.
If they are thirsty, give them something to drink.
In doing this, you will heap
burning coals of shame on their heads.”[h]
21 Don’t let evil conquer you, but conquer evil by doing good.

Thursday, October 19, 2017

Don't keep looking back!

I saw this pic come up this week and it really struck me to where I kept coming back to it.
How many times in life do we dwell in the past? We shouldnt let our past hold us back! Live for today, you can't undo yesterday, you can face today and tomorrow a stronger person from lessons learned.

Monday, September 25, 2017

We all have our own journey...

This picture really touched me earlier this year. I held onto it b/c I really feel it spoke deeply to me. Journey has been a word for me, as well has Transformation for my 2017 focus word. I really felt God telling me that he had alot planned for me this year, and I need to trust the journey.
People forget to look around and to really be aware that everyone has our own daily walk/journey. So many get caught up in their journey, that they focus on themselves and their battles. Well we are all walking around with battle wounds from others and life. We walk our journey ... Our main goal should be with a heavenly focus. Our journey towards heaven as we look right and left and see if we can help lift or help others. We are here to serve for the Kingdom of Heaven. We get battle wounds ourselves and at times it is hard to see past our own battle. We have to make the intentional look around us. It could be as simple as helping a friend or a simple card to encourage..

I love how this pic reminds us of those that we encounter in life.. some touch our lives and some teach us lessons. No matter where you are on your journey.. know that where you are is where God wants you.

God has adjusted my path lately.. I have had to face change, which is not easy for me. I had to trust and move. Lessons learned by people that I have been with will shape who I am and how I journey on... Others in my journey will stay with me as true friendships.

Let's Journey on...

Gathering the Threads

The given Overview is: "Finally back in the Old Order Amish world she loves,
Will Ariana's new perspectives draw her family closer together--
or completely rip them apart?
After months away in the Englisch world, Ariana Brenneman is overjoyed to be in the Old Order Amish home where she was raised. Yet her excitement is mixed with an unexpected apprehension as she reconciles all she's learned from her biological parents with the uncompromising teachings of her Plain community. Although her childhood friend, ex-Amish Quill Schlabach, hopes to help her navigate her new role amongst her people, Ariana's Daed doesn't understand why his sweet daughter is suddenly questioning his authority. What will happen if she sows seeds of unrest and rebellion in the entire family?

Meanwhile, Skylar Nash has finally found her place among the large Brenneman family, but Ariana's arrival threatens to unravel Skylar's new identity--and her sobriety. Both Ariana and Skylar must discover the true cords that bind a family and community together and grasp tight the One who holds their authentic identities close to His heart. "

I would recommend this book for those looking for a book series! This is one that had me watching for the 3rd book to come out to read. Cindy Woodsmall does a great job in this series! I loved the ending of this story, and I loved watching Ariana's journey of faith. These books leave you entertained and inspired at the same time. I think the beginning book catches your attention with the swapped at birth story with an Amish and a English family. This final book had many twists and turns which keep you entertained and waiting to see what the final results will be. You will feel led to build your faith as you read this book. I love the review to refresh your memory of the story at the beginning and the glossary at the back to help you with the Amish language inserted in the book. I have received this book for free from Blogging for Books in exchange for my honest review.

Monday, June 12, 2017

The Chamberlain Key

nlocking the God Code to Reveal Divine Messages Hidden in the Bible by Timothy P. Smith

I just randomly chose this book to read. This is a hard back book with orange on the cover and navy on the edge/binding. The dust cover has all the information on it. It really is an easy book to pick up and read. The author is telling a story on how he came to figure out this key to reading the writing from God. It is pretty hard to say he didn’t find this. It is a little over my head, but I am glad there are people out there to study the old symbols and the Hebrew and Jewish languages.  I do believe God will give insight to certain people. Timothy has found and researched so much of the Hebrew language and has found sayings that are found in the Bible. I am not as deep knowing all that Moses brought from the mountain. It was an interesting read, but I didn’t find it really exciting. I do believe those that study the Hebrew language would love searching images that he has found. I would recommend it for those that look deep into the history of our Bible. I just trust it is what it is. But those looking deeper, would really enjoy this book.

"I received this book for free from Blogging for Books for this review."

The Beloved Hope Chest

This is a story that begins with someone looking back over their life. You can look at someone and see their current story, but you may not know their beginning. Hardships that the person had to move forward through. This is a story of just that. This was a story of loss and loving again. I will be honest and say it had me in tears but left me with a happy feeling. Amy Clipston did great on telling a true love story.. showing that God can bring someone through heart and heart aches and give them something to love and hope again. I would recommend this book to all my fellow Amish loving book readers plus just anyone that maybe have experienced a loss and want the faith to move on. I loved all the characters of this story. This is a stand alone book. She has a series that would take you thru generation to generation, but you do not need to have read the other books to read this one.

Disclosure of Material Connection: I received this book free from the publisher through the BookLook Bloggers book review bloggers program. I was not required to write a positive review. The opinions I have expressed are my own. I am disclosing this in accordance with the Federal Trade Commission’s 16 CFR, Part 255

Tuesday, May 30, 2017

Written in Love

Kathleen Fuller “An Amish Letters Novel”


I loved this book! You have 2 people that have had hard lives that meet by a letter sent to the wrong address. This was a sweet book to read. It was an easy read for sure. I loved the hearts of both people. It kept you on your toes until the end to see if it would end like you thought it would. Kathleen did a great job of keeping the reader involved with all areas of the story. It was a stand alone book. We never know what the next step is that God has for our lives, we should simply trust. This was a great book that backed that saying.  It was the perfect sized paperback book. Thank you Thomas Nelson for another great book. Disclosure of Material Connection: I received this book free from the publisher through the BookLook Bloggers book review bloggers program. I was not required to write a positive review. The opinions I have expressed are my own. I am disclosing this in accordance with the Federal Trade Commission’s 16 CFR, Part 255



Thursday, April 20, 2017

Healthy living

For 2 years, I have been taking some awesome natural products. Below is what they have done for me. Results are not guaranteed by all. This is just my story.
I have always had stomach issues and was getting pretty desperate that I was going to call my Gastro dr. and tell him to sign me up for a prescription. This would put me on 2 prescription meds at the age of 35! I just wasn’t liking the idea of that. I was also tired of switching b/t all the things like Miralax, Phillips milk of mag, mineral oil, just name it. I was over being bloated and miserable. I already had the 7 day a week medicine thing of fish oil, meds, 4 stool softeners, and vitamins daily.
I had already had a colonoscopy and been told that I had a lazy colon. My only hope would be a prescription. As a mom, you want to be healthy for your kids and yourself. So I said I will give this 60 days and just see. I knew with myself, I would be a hard case to crack since my stomach was a hard case. Ha! It took about a month for me to see a little change, 3 months in, and finally I was ok! (Triplex)
Also on the 3rd month, I realized the monthly bloating that occurs as a female didn’t happen, neither did the cramping. Wow! Then it happened the 2nd month – nothing. I even noticed I wasn’t having issues sleeping. I go straight to sleep and enter into a deep sleep. I still hear the kids if needed but I don’t just lay there.
Sugar: I was a Poptart, icing loving gal that liked a soft drink on the stressful days. Within a week on this product, I went to a birthday party and couldn’t eat all the icing!! It was too sweet. I haven’t had a soft drink in almost 2 years. I don’t want one. I don’t want poptarts. If you know me, this is a big deal!
Good bye bite plate! As an added bonus, I realized months into Plexus, that I had not been using my bite plate and was not grinding and clenching my teeth! There wasn't a headache, and I was not using my bite plate. I have ran out of ProBio for 2 weeks 1x, and the grinding and clenching came back! I won't let that happen again!

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Wednesday, March 15, 2017

No matter what... Sing Praises

Reading the Guideposts (March,2017) that had an article from Reba. She was talking about music is healing to her.. then she states it.. “I believe it is because it helps us. I find if I’m worrying too much about something, I’m not trusting God. I need to give my worries back to him.”

I firmly believe that praise and worship music can change an attitude. A radio station I listen to will dare people in January to stay with their station for 30 days and just see how their life improves. I love listening to the testimonies that occur. I remember once I lived further from home and worked where I didn’t know the Christian radio stations. I turned it on country or regular music. I could tell I was just moody. So one day I logged onto the internet to stream my home Christian radio station, and I honestly could feel my mood change. I keep it on at work still to this day. Now I’m home, and I have a radio next to me. Most jobs now frown on streaming music using their stuff… so this works. I love listening to my children sing these songs. I see people posting their kids singing other songs, but it just does my heart good to hear my kids singing praises to our King! You know there are times they sing while they are busy playing at home. It isn’t worldly music.. they just still praise our King.
So if sad, praise Him.
If lonely, Praise Him.
If worried, Praise Him.
If scared, Praise Him...
I betcha it will help!


“Never let your wounds go to waste… One day they could lead to another healing.” Beck Payne


My pastor spoke on the wounds of warfare this past Sunday. 2 Timothy 4 talks about how as soldiers in God’s Army, we will be wounded to some degree.

There are so many kinds of wounds. One I hadn’t really thought about are the wounds from God.. Really our God would chose to wound us? Yes! He has to make us better somehow. I talk to my friends often about how things happen that move us from the path of life that we have fixed ourselves on. Why would God cause this to happen, well he tried telling us to leave this job, did we listen? No. So he caused something to happen to set our foot on the path that he wanted us on. We didn’t need this roommate that we had, but we weren’t going to move.. so God allowed something to happen that set us back on his path. I remember when my son was younger and some horrible things happened at his daycare. I wasn’t sure about leaving, but I do not do well with change. I don’t want my child to lose everything he knew since he was a kid. You know what? Months later, he didn’t recognize anyone at that daycare at age 2! Instead only 1 daycare had spots open…seriously just 1. This 1 daycare was more expensive (in my eyes) than the others, and if you know me, you know I’m going to get a deal. Well now 6 years later, my other child is still at this daycare. This daycare opened my child’s eyes to his Heavenly Father. My child grew so much at his new school. This new daycare caused my heart to want to visit the church associated with the daycare. Then guess what, we changed churches and here we are! I will give God props on forcing me out of my comfort zone. I won’t say I didn’t shed tear, my old coworkers witnessed it and comforted me.

Well back to God.. God wants to mold us, refine us, and prepare us for MORE!


We also have wounds from life, self-inflicted ones, friendly fire (family & friends, and more.  If you think about each of these, I know you can place a list in every category…

He reminded us to have the Victor mentality.. not the victim.. We need to move forward.. Jesus was wounded so could be made whole…


I loved how he talked about Scars… They are there to remind us, but they don’t define us. They remind us where we have been, how far we have come.. The same is about wounds.. There are visible scars and those scars that are deep wounds that lay beneath us.. in our hearts.. We need to hold these and see these as ways to move on, be molded into more, and to help others..


Scars… Let’s run thru mine..

My right hand holds scars from childhood. I might had been a little tattletale.. I remember trying to get my mom’s attention in the house that we lived in. I banged a little too hard on the window.. well Ok I punched it b/c I was so mad. Well do you know what happens if you punch an old window.. Yep my hand went right through it. I have smell scars that remind me.. I need to hold in a tattle every once in a while. I was so blessed no stitches were required, I didn’t lose a finger.

My right knee holds a scar of Kindergarten age. My mom went on a walk with my sister in a stroller. I decided to stay at my friend’s house, changed my mind, went running down a hill. Yep, knee skin gone. Forever scar is now there. Both my knees hold scars from lateral releases and arthroscopy surgery. This is an ongoing battle that I face.  

Then there is the one scar of that I thought about Sunday while the pastor was speaking about scars. See I hold a scar on my left hand by a knuckle.. I was in High School sitting amongst football players. I don’t remember the class, but I remember the boys being boys and rubbing a metal tip pen on a wooden desk. They were all fascinated about how hot it would get. Well this one boy ask for my hand. I wasn’t really paying attention.. well boys being boys. Let’s grab this girl’s hand to see what it does? It took the skin off! I remembered the rude boy’s name. I remember the day I walked in my mom’s house, my sister sitting on the couch saying that she was going to introduce my cousin to this boy. Then she said that name! Really! Him, he is mean! She was trying to tell me how he was going to be a Pastor. Well I want my cousin to have a good man, but him? That dude scarred me. I was glad he had wised up, but I really didn’t like the idea. Well guess what.. They got married.  I grew to like him, but I still remember her sitting on the couch saying that name and my knee jerk reaction. Now last Sunday, I sat and watched Him as my Pastor. He is preaching a powerful series right now and reminding us of our scars. I went to look and years later, that scar is hardly visible. He is an awesome man of God, and he has been the perfect gift for my cousin.  Scars may remind us, but things change, they may soften over the years..  But I would say that when I got that scar, I would had never dreamed how that football players life would had intertwined with mine. God could had laughed and said.. she has no idea! 


We all have scars and wounds that hurt deep. There are some that would hurt us daily if we let them. We need to give them to God. Let him mold us into something greater! Some of them can be used to HELP OTHERS! Use lessons learned, battles fought, to reach out to help others, or even just to encourage them in their battle. Or maybe just to remind them that God is molding them or simplying just pushing them b/c they wouldn’t list to his nudges.. I know my hard headed, disliker of change has to be pushed from time to time… The pushing is uncomfortable, but the end result can be amazing if we TRUST God.

Friday, March 10, 2017

The Acid Watcher Diet

A 28-Day Reflux Prevention and Healing Program by Jonathan Aviv, MD, FACS


This is a nice sized paperback book with a thick laminated type of cover. The introduction gives you symptoms of what to look for in acid reflux and the damage it can cause. The book in broken down in 3 parts. The first tells about acid reflux and breaks it all down. The second part talks about different foods and things to look for to help it improve. The third is the 28 day cycle of healing foods. You will feel like a doctor of this area once you finish reading this. For people that really have issues in this, I believe this is a great book to have on hand! He gives it in a story form, giving you stories from people that have tried certain treatments and had certain issues and how they handled it. There are even exercises given that you can try. I would recommend this book to all my friends with this issue.  I received this book for free from Blogging for Books for this review

And Still She Laughs : Defiant Joy in the Depths of Suffering

By Kate Merrick


I first saw the titleand was sold. As a woman, you know the verse.. still she laughs. Then I read the back cover and saw this woman had lost a child to cancer. I almost stopped myself from reading this, b/c I haven’t been in her shoes. Her shoes are a parents worst nightmare. Oh am I glad that I read this. I wish I could be friends with this lady! She is so funny! She reminds me a lot of my sister… one of those people that can do a hardy laugh at the most wrong times, but still she is funny! She gives you the 21st description of Sarah, Bathsheba, Mary, and even the Proverbs 31 woman. The best to me was the Proverbs 31st woman. I guess I had never imagined her having buns of steel. Ha! This is an easy to read book. It makes you laugh, makes you want to cry with her, and just really is an uplifting book for us women. She makes you see life isn’t easy, but we need to laugh – ok maybe not laugh when God is trying to teach us something, but we need to know God is with us, and He can give us JOY like no other. She reminds us that this life is hard, really hard, but we need to chose to live every day for eternity! I do pray for this author. Her life isn’t easy, and I don’t think ever will be. But she was real for this book. I do believe her open honesty will help someone else. I enjoyed reading her book and I would recommend it to those ladies who have lost a child to cancer, lost a child thru miscarriage. It will help you. It was an easy book to read. She was sitting there just telling a story. Disclosure of Material Connection: I received this book free from the publisher through the BookLook Bloggers book review bloggers program. I was not required to write a positive review. The opinions I have expressed are my own. I am disclosing this in accordance with the Federal Trade Commission’s 16 CFR, Part 255

Thursday, March 2, 2017


Why We Can Stop Trying So Hard

By Jennie Allan


The main theme of this is, “Why am I still thirsty?” Because people are seeking everything BUT Jesus! With Jesus we have nothing to prove. He loves us unconditionally. We all think that we are not good enough, brave enough, smart enough, and the list goes on… but God says with Him we are enough!  One phrase that she used stood out to me. “We cannot do this ourselves. We have to be saved.”  God has so much planned for our lives if we would just focus on Him and let Him use us. This is so hard for our physical nature. We are moms, wives, friends, sisters… we are always feeling not enough. This book is Jennie telling her story how God convicted her and used her to be so much more than she felt that she was able to become. There is a Note’s section at the back of the book that gives you Bible passages to relate to each chapter. I see at the back of the book that there will be a study guide that will go along with this book in April. I do think this book would be good for a group to go over and read it together. This book would be good also for those looking to realize they are Good Enough! You can find a book club from her website. This is a hard back book with the pretty print on a dust cover. Once you  remove the dust cover you have a plain navy book. I think it would been fun to have it on the actual book. I received this book for free from Blogging for Books for this review

Wednesday, March 1, 2017

The Journey That Life Takes Us On....

I just recently crossed paths with a guy that lived next door to me when I was in Kindergarten. My mind started thinking.. Wow.. He has no idea where my life has taken me since I was in Kindergarten. Back then my mom and dad were married, and I had a baby sister. Now he sees me married with my children, but oh the path God has put me on over the years. Just like everyone else, we just see the NOW, but we honestly have no idea the journey that they took to get to where they are. You don’t know their hurts, hangups, joys, and hardships that have made them who they are today.

                Does he know that I know the hardships of being a child of divorce? I have actually seen 2 of them. One that gave me a wonderful stepmom and a Daddy that I would have a buddy in life, but that I saw die in my early 30’s. I now know about what Cirrhosis of the liver can do to a person. I can look at someone and tell that they have a bad liver. I now know things about estates and will planning. I have had a stepdad that gave me 3 wonderful brothers to grow up with. I grew up one of 5 kids, but people today don’t see that. I had a wonderful spiritual set of grandparents during this time. I got to see the Proverbs 31 woman in that Mamaw.  I got to have those brothers taken where now I see in passing or social media. I had to say goodbye to one after depression and suicide. All these things change a person.  I have been blessed with a great stepdad now that comes with 2 stepbrothers that I use to babysit and a stepsister that I wondered how did she live with those 2 knuckleheads, but in the end, I’m there for them. We have a different grownup friendship.

                Would he know that my mom had open heart surgery at 36. I still remember that scary period of my life. I know about mitrovalve prolapse, Coumadin, INR numbers, and other things that people might not know about. Would he know that I have had my knee caps go to the side of my leg more times that I would had liked? I know things like VMO muscles, having my knee drained, lateral releases, etc.

                He sees me married. Does he realize I married my high school boyfriend, that while separated, he joined the Army. I have seen him in Korea, Kuwait, Iraq, and lived thru these deployments. Army life is a life in itself. Expect the unexpected as I always say. We had awesome friends there, but there are a lot of stories that could be set with lessons learned. Within this time I have learned so much of having a stepchild and the legal system for custody. I have used my knowledge to help friends, but these are some life lessons I could have skipped, but God put me on this journey of life.

                God blessed me with a quirky, fun loving, beautiful sister.  I honestly couldn’t had done with journey without her.. We have faced so much together.. from family dramas, miscarriages, to fighting for her husband. My heart breaks seeing her a walking nurse about her husband’s broken heart. She knows more medical terms, medication names, and everything about her husband’s care with his LVAD.  She even taught me early on not to run through a glass door.. and I taught her not to knock so hard on a glass window. 

                We must all remember that God has set us each on a unique journey. There are hardships who make us who we are today. Take your lessons learned and help those around you that might be in similar troubles that might need your insight or maybe just your encouragement. Let’s bring a little light to this world. Yet when you run across someone you might not understand, please remember  that you don’t see the journey they have been on. You don’t see their painful times that have made them who they are. Here’s to not being so critical of a person, but instead trying to see that they are a child of God. God loves us no matter what!

Tuesday, February 28, 2017

Hope for Each Day

365 Devotions for Kids by Billy Graham


The given description is: ““Every day I turn to the Bible to give me strength and wisdom for the day and hope for the future.”

—Billy Graham

Let Billy Graham, one of the world’s most beloved pastors, daily guide your child in understanding the truth of Scripture and trusting God’s great love.

Hope for Each Day: 365 Devotions for Kids presents the same messages of the bestselling devotional for adults in terms children can understand. Each day’s devotion corresponds with the theme and Scripture of the adult devotional, making it easy for families to share devotional time together.

Bring Billy Graham’s cherished wisdom and message of hope home for the child you love.”

My Granny loved Billy Graham so for me, it was an honor to get a kid’s book to pass down to my children. It is broken day by day. It gives the date at the top of each page. Each page has a cheery, fun picture. My children are enjoying our little bible devotion at night. It is a good size book to hold and for children to handle. It is a hardback book. I really love the cute sun on the front of the book. I would recommend this book to others. I think it would be a sweet gift to include with another gift for a kid for special occasions. Disclosure of Material Connection: I received this book free from the publisher through the BookLook Bloggers book review bloggers program. I was not required to write a positive review. The opinions I have expressed are my own. I am disclosing this in accordance with the Federal Trade Commission’s 16 CFR, Part 255

Monday, February 13, 2017

The Cherished Quilt

Amy Clipston does a great job of telling a great story. This is an Amish Heirloom Series, but it stands alone as a good book itself. Anyone that loves Amish fiction would enjoy this book. It is a simple story of forgiving yourself and looking towards the future. It is also a love story between a couple that found friendship first. The story behind Christopher losing his brother and overcoming his nightmares and finding a true friend made the story. This is an easy book to read. I would recommend it to others. Disclosure of Material Connection: I received this book free from the publisher through the BookLook Bloggers book review bloggers program. I was not required to write a positive review. The opinions I have expressed are my own. I am disclosing this in accordance with the Federal Trade Commission’s 16 CFR, Part 255

Monday, January 23, 2017

Find Your Miracle

Find Your Miracle


By Kerry & Chris Shook


My Pastor was just saying this year that we need to believe in Miracles. We should see them all around us and believe that they can happen in our own life. This book first bring up that some Christians are so comfortable that they don’t believe that supernatural miracles still happen. I love how they bring it down to daily life. We come across these and don’t really stop and look into the awe of God.  This book takes into accounts of the miracles of Jesus and looks at how each effected the person’s life after the miracle. Are we where we need to be with God to accept a miracle? How will we change our life to follow more closely with Him? We can also lose sight that God knows the end of the story – he sees the beginning, middle, and the end. He puts his children right where he needs them to be if we are doing our part. Then we can pray later that we will look back to say Wow!

This books breaks into 5 Categories with each having 2 Chapters. At the end of each chapter you are given verses to mediate and study or just to be reminded of God’s goodness. This book is written to where it is easy to read. It is a like friends sitting around chatting and telling stories that go with the main study they are trying to teach you. At the end of the book, you are given Discussion questions broken down by chapter. The book has a book cover with the pictures, etc. The hard back book is white with a light blue spine. I would recommend this book for those looking to get closer to God and wanting to discover the miracles around them. I received this book for free from Blogging for Books for this review