This was a request from a follower of my Facebook page and I decided to use it now because with all the world is going through with the Covid-19 pandemic, quarantines, shut downs, economic problems resulting from all that, and other issues in our lives, we need to be reminded of WHOSE we are! We need to remember that this is not all there
I apologize for getting this up a little late (right on time, but not early). I’ve been having some web site issues that show up as I’m blogging –the back side of the blog viewers don’t see. I think I’ve gotten the bugs worked out, and I hope you are able to access this and able to enjoy it this month!
For November, the month of Thanksgiving, I think it’s important to remember to focus on giving thanks. It always is, of course, but in November it’s a good reminder to give the Lord thanks at all times, but also those we come into contact with who bless us, or through whom we learn life and eternal lessons. I think most everyone will fit in one of those two categories, right?
The October 2020 Doodle Challenge (sorry I missed this last month). Our theme is Harvest. As a Christian, I avoid the classic “Halloween” type of themes, but we can be thankful to the Lord of the Harvest for all He’s blessed us with, and there’s plenty to celebrate.
Our October’s scripture writing plan theme is “Attitude”. Our attitudes cover pretty much every area of our lives. How do we convey our attitudes online, but an emoticon/emoji, right? I think we can learn a lot about our attitudes and how to align them to the Word of God.
After some time with the Lord, I felt impressed to have our theme this month be Repentance. I think with all the trials our world is going through right now and how quickly so much is casting a shadow on prophecy/end times events it’s a good idea for us to go back to the basics and refresh our knowledge of repentance and consider our
I just finished the Doodle Challenge for August. I decided to do “back to school” even though there is a lot of uncertainty about if and when, where. My son’s school is returning to normal though they have to wear masks. That’s the story for right now
Here’s the August, 2020 Scripture Writing plan This month I chose “We Win!” as the theme. I think in light of all the discouragement surrounding this second wave of mask mandates due to the Covid-19 pandemic, we all can use the great reminder that this is not all there is, and one day we will win! Christ is the Victory and if we are in Him, we have that victory Continue reading
I decided on the theme of “Celebrating Independence” this month because here in the states (the US) we wll be celebrating our independence on July 4th. However, I tried hard to keep the theme generic so those in every country could relate and use the Continue reading
This month I had a few requests for a scripture writing plan theme of “Spiritual Warfare”.
With all that’s going on in the world with Covid-19 and the riots, both of which have taken over the planet, I thought, “What better time for a spiritual warfare theme”? We need to undergird ourselves with scripture and be ready to face the world’s battles in a Godly way.