Five minutes of spilling out words from my heart, to my head, to my hands. All based on one word. With no concern for details like punctuation, spelling, grammar and the such. It’s beautifully freeing. It’s a joy in my week.
It’s Five Minute Friday.
I invite you to join the fun. Either write your five minutes on your own blog or in my comments section below. We then link up our posts at one place, at Kate’s place. You’ll be welcomed and encouraged. I believe you’ll love it.
This week’s word:
Do you remember when?
When your words spoke volumes to someone who needed to hear them?
When, for the first time, your written words touched the heart of another?
When you came to the realization your life has meaning, and purpose?
When you first began to understand you are unique, special, and one of a kind?
And what about…
When you came to the end of yourself, and where you were was beyond where you should have been?
When you called out to the heavens above, asking God to reveal Himself to you if He existed?
When you began to understand God created you, loved you, and sent His Son to die for you?
When the light bulb first turned on in your mind that God had a plan for your life? And it’s a good plan.
And when you embraced the truth of God being for you, not against you.
Maybe some of these didn’t happen for you in the ways I described. Or quite possibly they haven’t happened yet. But when they do happen, you’ll never forget them.
When they do happen, they’ll be a sweet spot in your memory. And when they do happen, you’ll be eternally grateful.
Tonight I’m remembering that moment when I began to understand God loved me. Really loved me. I didn’t have to do anything to earn His love. He loved me, because He created me.
I’d love to read a “when” moment that comes to your mind today. Would you care to share it below?
It’s good to recall those special moments when…
Bless you, dear friend. I’m thankful you are here today!
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