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Sunday, October 26, 2014

What I Learned from My Meltdown (Blogging Through the Bible)


If you're still reading through the Bible with me, I want you to know I will be back on a regular posting schedule on Sunday, Wednesday, and Friday now that both of my temporary jobs with the High Point Furniture Market have come to an end. I'm excited to get back into, but I've also been reminded that it's okay just to read and then think on the things that have stood out to me as I go about my busy day.


Whatever season of life you find yourself in right now at this time...

Do what works best for you as far as your Bible reading is concerned.

You might be in a season of life where you can only take a Scripture and write it on an index card to carry with you in your pocket - ready to pull it out and read when you get a rare free moment.

It's okay. We know that seasons change. Take heart, dear friend.

Soak in the Word of God whenever and however you can. His Word will not return void.

I had a meltdown today at church...just crumbled into a ball of tears. I'm sure it was due to everything that has been packed into this month. The tipping point for me today was when I was trying to get to a little boy who was crawling under the church pews during praise and worship time. Yep, that was enough...

I experienced a learning moment from my meltdown as I drove home today. Here's what I learned:

It is in our moments of weakness that we are reminded how much we need God in our lives.

We have to have that personal relationship with the Lord which requires time alone in His Word and talking to Him in prayer.

As I drove home, I let the Holy Spirit comfort my weary soul. I talked to the Lord and felt His comfort flood my spirit. I knew it was going to be okay because when I am weak, He is strong.

The Bible tells me so. 


Here's the reading plan for this week:


I'll see you back here on Wednesday!

Walking in His Grace, 

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