PUMPKINS

We spent a sweet weekend resting and relaxing with our family. I have such great pictures from my Sis in law’s camera to share. The first few are from a family outing at Deanna Rose Farmstead. (it was awesome!!) Poor Josh had to miss it but he was busy loving on students. The rest are from our pumpkin patch outing with the Lee’s Summit Fieleke’s to Shaake’s Pumpkin Patch here in Lawrence. Thank You Lord for time with family!!!

Probably my favorite picture of all time right now. I can’t get enough of it. I mean, that handsome hubby of mine is lookin good and my sweet baby girl is loving life. I will be honest though, I think we are laughing because she wiped out and bit it and had dirt in her mouth. Oh well. I am writing my talk right now that I will give to our students at Cru on Thursday night. I am nervous but excited. I am also being CHALLENGED by God’s Living Word. Here is the quote I am challenging them with in their relationship with Jesus and time in college, “Things which matter most must never be at the mercy of things which matter least.”

What does that mean for me today? I don’t know! I am scared a little to know the answer. Just thankful for God’s mercy and grace over my life that in the midst of days full of time-outs and Sesame Street, He shapes me and never takes His Spirit from me! It helps me to know Him as my All Satisfying Treasure when I think of how empty those things would be without His presence and promise to ‘continue His good work in me (and Ru girl) until it is finally complete on the day of Christ Jesus’ return!’

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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