Tag Archives: discernment

Increase God, Decrease Me

“Just sit there and be quiet.  Don’t speak.  I will handle everything.  It will be better if you just listen since I know most of the information,” says God. Humility comes into play.  As you sit and listen, and desperately … Continue reading

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Jealously Guard Your Vocation

“Your vocation in life should make you more holy. Jealously, guard your vocation.” —Fr. Arbuckle, Asst Pastor at Our Lady of Mt Carmel Church. Vocation is a strong desire to spend your life doing a certain kind of work Jealously … Continue reading

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The Waiting Room

As I sat and looked out at the crisp fallen snow on the ground, I prayed that God would give me insight into my blog post today. The air was chilly, and the snow was covering the brightly colored leaves … Continue reading

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Ministry Malfunction

I was speechless. You see, I had worked so hard in my ministry. Everything seemed to be going perfectly until this particular problem arose. I had just returned from vacation and my team had somehow fallen apart. It was going … Continue reading

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Humble Yourself

I Peter 5:6 Humble yourselves, therefore, under God’s mighty hand, that he may lift you up in due time. Last night I had the privilege of leading discernment for a group of women. It reminded me that the Holy Spirit … Continue reading

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Discernment

I am reblogging this because I feel like after yesterday’s post I need something more on discernment. So forgive me for the repeat blog! After all the media frenzy on the Pope in recent weeks, I just couldn’t help myself; … Continue reading

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Finding God’s Plan

Raise your hand. Sign up now. Jump right in. Don’t think, just do it. I find that those phrases are my response most of the time in life. Just recently, I have changed my attitude. I am always so anxious … Continue reading

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Stuck in the Mud

Yesterday morning, TJ and I were out mowing, trimming bushes and picking up trash along the creek. I know you are wondering why on earth my son was home on a school day doing this. Well, that is a long … Continue reading

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Lenten Reflection Day 16

After all the media frenzy on the Pope in recent weeks, I just couldn’t help myself; I have to write on discernment. I guess the idea of the media pitching the Pope’s election as some sort of vote(as we American’s … Continue reading

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Fight For Your Marriage

A subject that I have not tackled yet on my blog or at all in my book, Revealing Faith, is marriage. While I am not avoiding the topic of marriage, I just consider myself a work-in-progress, so it hasn’t seemed … Continue reading

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