Who am I? it is important to reflect and decide who you are in life, your dreams and goals, your passion and purpose. But when you are diagnosed with a severe chronic illness it can become a bit blurry.
When you can no longer do the job or hobbies you used to do or think and learn and read the way you used to, it can seem like all those plans you had for your life are a distant memory, an impossibility...
The truth is that although things are very different now, it's still possible to find joy and meaning in every day and even discover or fulfil your purpose.
In February I changed things up on my Instagram and created what I call a rainbow of positivity. My Bible verses and quotes now have plain backgrounds and span a lovely range of colours. I love how bright and cheerful they look and the encouraging messages they carry.
Here are all the Quotes and Bible Verse graphics I made and shared on social media in February. You are welcome to download any of these images.
Welcome to my first freebies page! I make a lot of images for my social media profiles and have decided to share them with my readers. This post has my latest pictures with encouraging quotes.
You are welcome to download and share any of these images on social media or send them to friends who might need some love and uplifting.
This verse is often misinterpreted and then people are discouraged and think God doesn’t keep His word.
It’s not saying God is a genie and will grant all your wishes, whatever they are, we know that not everything we lust after in this life is in alignment with God’s will or even part of the path He would like us to be on. I know my own desires were far from godly before I gave my life to Christ and our flesh will always crave things that aren’t good for us. That’s part of the human nature since our separation from God through disobedience in the Garden of Eden… it’s in our DNA now, we all have a hard time fighting our own nature.
That is the beauty of salvation through Christ, lives changed, character changed, desires changed – by Him, not by our own might.Continue reading
I absolutely believe that we are safer with God in any storm than we would be anywhere else without Him.
It’s hard when you focus on the pain and suffering in this world or even your own personal trials to remember that this is just a fraction of eternity. This will eventually pass, it is only a temporary part of your life.
Keeping the eternal perspective allows you to see how small and temporary every trial is in the larger picture.
That doesn’t mean that it doesn’t hurt or doesn’t scare you or make you feel helpless at times. It just means that you will never lose hope because you know that this too shall pass.
There have been a few occasions since the onset of my ME/CFS that I have broken down from frustration and utter physical weakness. I’ve even had a few panic attacks, and every time I have a breakdown or meltdown, I remember the first one because it was incredible.Continue reading