Take a peek with me at my journal entry on time from a variety of lenses:
A week ago, a precious exceptional educator and friend passed on to heaven.
Last week, my husband and I visited with a grieving husband on the passing of his beloved wife.
Last weekend, we had a double couple date with longtime friends of over 24 years.
Last weekend, my husband and I were privileged to serve a family that just moved to the U.S.
Last week, I shared lunch and prayer time with a friend and sister.
Last week, my husband and I attended the memorial service for beloved educator and friend.
Last week, we began forty days of intentional prayer aimed at the 10/40 Window for lent.
Last weekend, family and friends celebrated one of our precious sisters in the Lord with a baby shower.
Last weekend, my husband and I had the privilege to worship with missionary from Russia.
Last week, I had the privilege of working with educators at an elementary campus on helping their students succeed.
This past weekend, our oldest daughter treated the family to a movie night out.
Yesterday, our middle daughter turned 22. It’s unbelievable we have daughters ages 24, 22 and 20.
Yesterday, my mother shared her excitement of this season of her life.
This past weekend, our youngest daughter was home from college.
This time of year, senior college students are gearing up for graduation with photo sessions and all.
This time of year, Texas educators are bracing up for the annual state tests.
This week ushers in many ordered steps and strides.
Time encapsulates the stabilities and vicissitudes of life. Time is a precious resource.
Through the lens of eternity, it’s critical how this priceless gift is spent. In the book of Psalms, David realized how significant this priceless gift was. In fact, he translated his value of time to a passionate prayer: “Teach us to number our days, that we may gain a heart of wisdom” (Psalm 90:12). And this concludes my entry on time. Love and Blessings All!