So......I have actually been giving God some time this last couple of weeks. I'll admit it that I'm not so good about that a lot of times. Yes, I pray all the time but sometimes I get so busy in my life that it's like I'm making a quick phone call to God and not spending quality time with him.
Funny thing is that when I started my 90 days with God 2 weeks ago, my life got sooooo busy that there just aren't enough hours in the day. I spend an hour and a half a day now working out. I actually spend time shopping and cooking HEALTHY food not fast foods. My giveaway blog is booming and I figure that God is blessing it and blessing shops through it so I work at it full time. Not to mention all the other things going on.
Somehow though I have found time to do devotions and have quality prayer time with God. Why couldn't I find this time when I wasn't this busy? Do you know what happens when you give God quiet time? You can hear his whispers!
Anyway the sermon last week at church keeps going through my head and these are the questions I have for you:
Do you make time to listen to God?
Do you let God rock your world and possibly let him bless your socks off?
Do you choose to live without taking risks and taking the "easy route?"
Now on to a new subject. I posted about 3 boys the other day and the response I got really surprised me. So again I am a little curious and wondering how many people want to adopt, want to bring God's children into their homes but don't know where to start.
Guess what? I would LOVE to help you figure it all out. God has filled my head with lots of info on adoption. Not only international and special needs adoptions but I know a lot of people that can help you no matter how you decide to let God rock your world a little with adoption or foster care. So why don't you rock my world a little and add a little more craziness to my day letting me help you find someone you can love? NOTHING brings a smile to my face like the day someones tells me God has called them to adopt!!!
Please email me at arewethereyetla5[at]verizon[dot]net if you need to know what that first step is.