It’s supposed to be Spring by now but there’s 15cm of snow tomorrow so yea, perks of living in Canada… not. Good thing we have this espresso and latte machine in the office where I can make my own London Fog and Honey Vanilla Tea Latte, or even a hot chocolate latte in this cold weather.
"The pleasure of writing is not in recognition; it is not in the appreciation. The best pieces of writing are the ones you don’t want to share with anyone because you don’t want to cloud your thoughts with someone else’s thoughts. You want those thoughts for yourself. You only put them on the paper to make sense of your thoughts." – Vallari Gupte
I love how it has big windows where you can see trees, or maybe even flowers, outside. Such a good spot to read books!
Bless Gabe Bondoc’s beautiful soul.
Didn’t take much more than your name, didn’t take much to light this flame and now I’m not sure how I’ll ever be the same.
Help. I’ve fallen and I can’t get up. Well, I can’t get up or over you.
When David was only 16 years of age, God sent the prophet Samuel to anoint him as the king. Sixteen more years would pass before that promise was fulfilled. What did David do during that time? Did he moan and groan, shaking his finger at the Lord and demanding his kingship now? Not at all. David understood that God was trustworthy. He also realized that his heavenly Father was the God not only of who and what, but also of when and how. David wanted the kingship only when the Lord was ready for him to have it. So he waited.
Is there something in your life for which it’s hard to remain patient? Will you wait on the Lord as one waiting on a bank teller or doctor—or will you, like King David, trust in God’s timing and provision? The Father knows every facet of your situation, and His “delay” is actually in your best interest.
"My soul waits in silence for God only;
From Him is my salvation.
He is my rock and my salvation,
My stronghold; I shall not be greatly shaken.”
– Psalm 62:1-2