If God says you’re able…

There will come times in our life when The Lord will take us out of our comfort zone.  You know, those things we do without giving it a moments thought or put any real effort into doing.   In my experience, when God desires “a thing” in your life, you begin to notice that you seem to keep being put into a certain type of position or situation. That’s what has always happened to me and my husband.  
When it starts to happen, you tend to want to inject your own feelings into the equations such as,  I’m not qualified for this, I’m not comfortable with this or I need to be better equipped to do this.  I know how uncomfortable it can be to talk to people who you don’t really know or who you may not really be comfortable talking to.  This blog came to be because of the calling on my husband and my life together.  I felt it was our responsibility to make ourselves comfortable, capable and equipped, to simply be a listening ear.   God entrusted us to share what works in our marriage, and how us purposefully involving God in every situation was and is the key to working through any issue, as well as us being transparent about the issues that we’ve worked through and how we worked through them because there is no perfect relationship and there will never be but we sure can be happy together with Gods help.

Soooooo, it’s not about you or your ability to do anything! It’s all about God, who trusts you to have His heart, to show His love, to be what He has called you to do and to be for those who He sends into your life.  “Love is patient, love is kind”

Galatians 5:22-23

But the fruit of the Spirit (of God) is love, joy, peace, forbearance, kindness, goodness, faithfulness, gentleness and self-control. Against such things there is no law.


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