Day 1: Savior

Day 1: Savior

31 Days of God-related attitude
I’m about to move and I ain’t happy about it. However, I have learned over the years that it’s all a setup. I am being prepared for the next phase of my life.

It’s time to truly be on my own and make the final break from my late husband by selling our home of nine years. Saying goodbye will be difficult but I will find the gratitude every day this last and final month.

As I mentioned in an earlier blog post, gratitude is very important. It is life giving and provides evidence of Jesus in my life. Therefore, I believe after all is said and done I will be grateful for a new home and a new roommate by October 31.

So join me as I begin this important series of posts. They won’t be nearly as long as my regular posts so grab a cuppa and enjoy a quickie.

Day One: My Savior
I am grateful I have a Savior who is Jesus Christ. He is alive and seated on God’s right hand. He is all powerful, all knowing and everywhere. He is Jehovah Milchamah, The LORD who is Mighty in Battle. He goes ahead of me and prepares a place, sets a table in the presence of my enemies.

He has been incredibly faithful to me and my family over the years. We have never missed a meal, had the lights or phone disconnected and we have never been homeless. He watches over us and has a plan.

Mercifully, he has a plan to prosper not harm us. He has provided hope for a better tomorrow and we are banking on it. We look forward to seeing how he will miraculously provide for us as we launch a new chapter of our lives.

What are you thankful for today?

Others blogging a 31-day series for October:

Boricua Confidential chronicles my new life as a single mom of two kids after my husband died from cancer on our son’s seventh birthday. Join me on this journey of change, revival, reformation, discovery and new direction ordered of God. Being a widow ain’t easy, that’s for sure. I refuse to rollover and die. Quite the contrary. I intend to thrive from this crazy life. You can’t keep this woman down. If I’m down, I won’t be for long.

God created me to bounce back. Watch me.

1 Comment

  1. I am so glad you decided to do this. It will be good for your heart, and others as well. The Lord has been our provision all the way after losing our home. I understand the grief. God is with you. I cannot wait to see how He provides for you.

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