Friday, April 30, 2010

Totally His

I have to admit, I was a bit apprehensive to share yesterday's post.  "What will my readers think?"

Well, so many of you emailed me and said the sweetest things.  Thank you.

When it's all said and done, though, what God thinks is most important to me.  And yesterday He told me that I am. . .



                     Yes, I am.  I'm in good hands.

4 comments:

  1. Kelly - that is SO wonderful!!! Thank you for sharing. I hope you don't mind that I share this with our bible study group. We are doing Jennifer Rothchild's Fingerprints of God. Our discussion last week was all about how He chooses to make our ordinary days extraordinary... how He chooses to literally touch us in our every day if only we look for Him. What a blessing and encouragement you've been to me today (twice!! :) )

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  2. YES, please share this. It's for His glory.

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  3. I just read this post and the one from the day before ... and feel inspired. Nothing like putting your life in God's hands to know it's all good.

    Gotta ask -- did those words just happen to come up on the capture screen or did you somehow create that? If you created it, how did you do it? I gotta know!

    Praying for your continued health and healing ...

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  4. Hi Barbara,
    Thanks for stopping by my blog. If you knew me you'd know that I am not a "computer person" at all. I can't believe I even have a blog. The message "Totally His" came up on the screen as I was responding to a friend on facebook about how God has been showing Himself to me and letting me know, very specifically, that He is in control of my life. Imagine my surprise when He "spoke" to me in this direct manner. I could barely breath when I read those words. I had to call my hubs into the room to read it with me. I'm not the type of person who usually shares such personal stories, but this one had to be shared. . . don't you agree?

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