Monday, July 15, 2013
Sometimes I have to chuckle to myself. Many adults have that same independent attitude and 'don't play well with others'.
I love how God creates each one of us individually. No two of us are exactly alike. To one He may give a talent for organization. To another a gift of hospitality. To another He may give a gift of leadership or a desire to help others. Instead of being jealous of someone else's talent, why not appreciate the gift He has given you and use it to glorify Him? Maybe we can learn like children? After all, the project just might work out better if we each use our gifts working toward a common goal.
I continue to count my every day blessings.
#864 Another visit to The Simple Farm to see and appreciate how Michael and Lylah are using their talents to grow fruits and vegetables and make the most amazing goat cheese
#865 Wonderful conversation with other believers
#866 Teaching kindergarten through 5th grade children about 'money' for two days and helping them to differentiate between a need and a desire
#867 Watching them use their 'money' to make purchases while not forgetting to record each one so as not to overspend
#868 Playing along with the preschoolers when they hid behind the cubbies when they saw me through the window and then jumped out when I wondered where they were
#869 My car that is holding up well despite being 13 years old
#870 My body is starting to respond to the exercise I've been consistently doing for the past five weeks each day
#871 For the conversations I have on the phone with my dad in Florida
#872 That my dad is willing to go on Facebook and learn despite being 84 years old
I'm linking up with Ann of A Holy Experience for Multitudes on Mondays.
Blessings and love,