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WHO among us does not want to be astonished with delight!?
I recently challenged you to share a story about time you were ASTONISHED WITH DELIGHT then, in the comment section, provide a link so we can share our blogs to new folks as they read the delightful example! To Participate, click here for the original post. I will add your post/blog link to this list! These moments are sometimes earth shattering, but are often a small act of kindness. Share your joy!
A great example comes from SHOWERS OF BLESSINGS who shows us that the flood from a hurricane can become a flood of joy in the following story!
We went to NC one year right after Hurricane Katrina. The following Hurricane was still lingering. The hotel we booked was flooded, were told to drive inland 7 miles before attempting to find a hotel. All the diver shops…
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I was reading an article on the upcoming celebration of the FEAST OF THE TRANSFIGURATION, which is when Jesus goes up on the mountain with Peter, James, and John, and he is transfigured for them. The word dazzle was used and instinctively I made a face . . . picture scrunched nose!
I never use that word and associate it with those plastic toys which are used to put glittery embellishments onfabric . . . no, I am not a fan. lol Me, being a-word -a- holic . . . I looked further and the dictionary defined dazzle including the phrase “to astonish with delight.” WOW! Silly me! That so perfectly describes Jesus’ love for me, as I so often feel it!
PLEASE write a blog post describing a time or experience in which you were ASTONISHED WITH DELIGHT and post a link to it in the comments so…
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Serving God, and I mean really serving God with your entire heart, your entire soul, your entire life, requires quite a few things. It requires sacrifice. It requires love. It requires faith. It requires a humble attitude. It requires a Biblical foundation. It requires a personal relationship with Jesus. A personal interaction with Him that begins on the day that you were saved and continues on into eternity. There is an open door in front of you. First, you must be saved. This is the first open door that we must go through in order to serve Him, but our life, our journey with God, does not end at salvation. That door closes after we go through with a blessed finality; God has saved us, and we can not escape His hand. We may backslide, but God has us tightly wrapped in His arms and we are safe, we are…
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