Dec 10, 2006

"I Scarce Can Take It In"

Every once in a while I have one of those days so full of blessings that I can scarcely take it all in without breaking down in tears. Today was definitely one of those days. I knew when I started my day in prayer (actually writing it down) that it was going to be a good day. Sometimes I can just feel God whispering, "Just watch what I have planned for my daughter today."
Of course getting to church is always an adventure, especially with slow moving sleepy children who stayed up too late watching "Superman Returns" with their night owl Daddy, who shall remain nameless. We made it out the door and only missed the first song at worship time. Music was amazing, as well as the sermon. I still can't believe I am so blessed with such an awesome church. Then, as I was waiting for Skip to come home, I was praying about how I could possibly do something special for a friend who has several sick children at home, and Skip called and offered to barbecue tonight and he would make plenty for my friend's family. "How sweet!" I said to God. My hubby offered before I even asked. Then when he came in he handed me a Christmas card from a sweet family at church. Inside was a nice surprise which could not have come at a better time. Two of my girls have costume fees for their Spring Dance recital due this week, and this family just happen to give the card today. I was already crying from my heart being so filled today, and now I had a physical blessing too. Then I go check my email, and my sweet friend Sara sent me an email that almost took my joy to a whole new level. I haven't seen her in years and she wrote she and her family are going on a mission trip to Mexico and may come through Corpus on the way. Okay, this is just too good to be true. She lives in Alabama, and we only visit through letters and email. I am so happy!!!
Oh, I almost forgot to tell you something else. My house has been on the market for one week now, and we finally had our first person look on Thursday. They are from out of town and really liked the house. They came and looked again on Friday, and I am praying that they choose it among the others they saw. I know God is in control, and I have so much peace about it. It will sell exactly when God wants it to sell. I have had so many neighbors this week question me as to why we are selling, and tell me that this is the worst time to have a house on the market. I have answered everyone calmly with these words, "I am trusting God with my house and I have faith that He is in control." Lastly, as I am typing this post, my husband is ironing my clothes for the week. I told you it was one of those days!

*My blogger will not let me indent my paragraphs for some reason. It looks like one big paragraph, but I am posting it anyway.

6 comments:

Tiffany said...

That is so cool to hear. You and your family totally deserve every blessing that was given to you. I needed to hear wonderful new this morning and I'm so glad that it came from you. You are awesome and may you have many other days such as this one.

momrn2 said...

Thanking God for such wonderful blessings bestowed on you and your family!!

Susanne said...

What a blessed day and I love how you right away turned it into praise to God for the blessing! This post made me smile so you turned and blessed me with it!

on the Rock said...

A truly blessed day!
And I still can't figure out indenting for new paragraphs either, but I realized that some people just skip a space when they start a new paragraph. It takes me forever to figure out these kinds of things!

DA Wagners said...

It is so wonderful when God's children have their eyes opened to the blessings He pours on us everyday. Thanks for sharing yours. It has encouraged me to focus on what He's doing in my life.

Chappyswife said...

I love days like that. It feels like God is sending a great big hug, huh?

The housing market here is terrible right now. We'd like to list our home, too, but it would have to be a totally God thing as we have no other place to go!