No matter the season we may be experiencing in our lives, we have the chance to declare God’s faithfulness to others. Today, I challenge you to look around, count your blessings, and share what God has done for you. Great is His faithfulness to all generations!
In the Stack and On the Kindle – Sandra Ardoin
Waiting for Butterflies – A Baker’s Perspective
Michelle Griep At Bleakly Manor – Inspired Prompt
God is a master at weaving the seasons of our lives together–the good, the bad and the ugly–and He knits them together with threads of grace. – Lisa Preuett
And I was reminded that my true identity, and purpose, in life is found in the One who created me and gave me this gift: Jesus Christ. – Stacey Thureen
Failing to listen to God cuts me off from His springs of living water. The result is sadness and vulnerability to the fires of discontent and frustration. – Norma Gail Thurston Holtman
Is That Photo Copyrighted – Novel Rocket
Market Your Book From Inside Out – Novel Rocket
Why I Write – Cristian Mihai
Taming the Beast Called Time Management – Blue Ridge Conference
Indonesian Food Story in Melbourne City – Safiras Journey
Butterscotch Coffee Recipe – Amercia On Coffee
18 thoughts on “Share the Love ~ September”
Thank you Gail!!! What a great post 😁
You’re welcome, Jessica! Great review! ❤
Very beautiful site!
Today I am thankful that I was able to get up without pain. I really don’t know what pain is. Of course, I’ve had a baby, but I don’t even remember that pain. I’ve had little aches and itches, but I don’t suffer like some people.
So that is today’s thankfulness: that I don’t know what real physical pain is and that I wake up basically very healthy every day.
Thanks! Without pain is truly something to be thankful for, Steph! Thanks for stopping by and commenting. Blessings, dear friend. ❤
Thanks for including my post on your blog today, Gail! I always pray for God to use what He gives me to encourage and inspire others. Blessings to you!
Your welcome, Lisa! Your post inspired me and I’m sure it will inspire others. Blessings to you, my friend! ❤
Love the new look, Gail! And I’d be all over that butterscotch coffee. lol. Happy Tuesday! ❤
Thanks, Tori! Taking the advice of a friend. Haha! I had a feeling you’d like the coffee recipe. We may have to convince Sandra Ardoin. Not sure she’s a fan. 🙂 ❤
Yeah, I thought about it. I do have butterscotch chips in the cabinet. I can say for certain I’d be the only one around here to drink it though. 🙂
Sometimes it’s good to be alone! ☺ ❤
Thank you for sharing, Gail. Blessings to you! 🙂
You’re welcome, Stacey! I thought it was a great post to share with those who need encouragement in their endeavors! Blessings to you too! ❤
Thanks so much for including my post, Gail! Butterscotch coffee? Love butterscotch. Love coffee. But I’m not sure about that one. 🙂
You’re welcome, Sandra! Yes, butterscotch coffee. And even I can make it! LOL. I thought about replacing the butterscotch chips with caramel chips. Yum. Enjoy your week! ❤
Caramel works. 🙂 Happy week to you too!
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