My Life Song – A Psalm of Kim

God Lead Me

Last Sunday, At church we were challenged to write a Psalm – A Life Song that spoke from our heart to our God. Here is mine:

My Life Song – A Psalm of Kim

I stare over the open seas

Like waves,

I’m tossed one way and twirled the next.

Trying to be Mary in a world of Marthas

Trying my best to wait on God

To trust in God. Read more

Bliss…Photo Challenge Day 4

Bliss

blis/
noun
1.perfect happiness; great joy.
  1. “she gave a sigh of bliss”
    synonyms: joy, happiness, pleasure, delight, ecstasy, elation, rapture, euphoria

     

    The Photo Challenge of the day is to take a picture that best illustrates bliss. The more I think of it, the more I am convinced that a state of bliss speaks to the spirit and soul of a man or woman. I believe this encapsulates it best:

    The Ultimate Bliss
    A call to a life of pure joy

    In the belly of scripture we gain principles, promises and practices for a thriving life. It is here that purpose is revealed —

    In the midst of God’s Presence is where I experience true bliss

This is Home – A Place Where I Am Known

I Call This Home

HOME – Oh the familiar!

We all have various definitions of what and where home is. It is often associated with a feeling of welcome, knowing and comfort where one can sure find refuge. I have had the opportunity to call 9 different locations home in the past 10 years (*no, I am not a military kid*) and have learned many lessons along the way: some great,  others not so great times, and a few dreadful moments drizzled in between for good measure. Read more

An Oldie but Goodie…

Came across a short post I wrote 5 years ago. Still holds true today:

Hands - Tender Loving Care

Today was a very lovely day. The weather was perfect, the sky was clear, and the ground was perfect for planting. Today, we invested some money, time, and sweat into furnishing our deck with chairs, plants, and some other aesthetics. Lowe’s was blessed with our presence 3 times today. With each visit came more goodies. We vowed to replace all patio furniture even purchased a side table to go with our chairs. When we arrived home, we realized that even though our present table looked worn, tarnished, old, and weathered it still held the promise for future use… All it needed was a little bit of TLC…someone to recognize its worth despite its present disposition. Now it looks good as new and fits in perfectly with all the “newbies”. Who knew that a 5 year old table would look as good as new….A LITTLE TLC goes a long way…Take time to love. It holds great power to restore.

Tender Hearts, Loving Hands, and a bit of Creativity can infuse life into many dead or lifeless situations.