Verse of the day...

He who did not spare His own Son, but gave Him up for us all - how will He not also, along with Him, graciously give us all things? (Romans 8:32)

Thursday, October 11, 2018

¸.•´¯`•.¸Thankful Thursday¸.•´¯`•.¸

☕ Today I'm Thankful for.........

... GOD
... Coffee
... so far a day of no rain.  :)
... wonderful friends
... my awesome family
... feeling better one day at a time after my hospital stay
... my church & church family
... being blessed with some an outstanding job!
... my beautiful children all doing well
... coffee
... my space heater at work
... warm PJs and blankies
... memories
... prayers
... doctors
... losing 20 lbs
... coffee
... being able to listen to my Christian music at work
... my Father God looks after me daily!!

If possible, as far as it depends on you, live at peace with every one.
Romans 12:18

.::Hugs...Love & Blessings::.

Wednesday, October 10, 2018

My Birthday Girl..........

My dear sweet baby girl... I love you so much and hope today is awesome just like you!
You never cease to amaze me! I am so proud of and so happy for you!
Once the little tiny girl that loved to play with dolls and snuggle in close with me ... to now the beautiful woman that is a loving wife and snuggles in with her own babies!
I love you Bug! Have a great birthday!


Monday, October 8, 2018

No more worring.......

Therefore do not worry and be anxious.  ~Matthew 6:31

God is strongly against worry.... Jesus preached against it.... and Paul preached against it. The whole Bible preaches against worry because it was designed by Satan to produce stress, strain and death.
Yet many of us still act as if it's an option.... as if we're free to worry if we want to. But we're not! Worrying is a sin. It's one of those things the Word of God directly commands us not to do.

What are you supposed to do then with all the concerns you have about your problems? In 1 Peter 5:7, God says you should "cast them all upon Him." All. Not 75 percent of them. Not all of them but the ones about your kids. All of them!
Your confession every morning should be, "I do not have a care in this world because I've cast every one of them onto my Lord."

Let me explain how this might look.... Let's say you were standing about 20 feet away from me and I tossed my truck keys to you. If someone else were to come to me and say, "Tammy.... I need the keys to your truck. I need to use it," I would say, "I can't help you. I cast my keys over on him. I don't have them anymore."
That's what you need to do with your worries. You need to cast them over on the Lord and not take them back. If Satan brings a worried thought to your mind, saying, "What if this terrible thing happens?" then you can tell him to talk to God about it. It's in His hands, not yours!
Once you do that... changes will start to take place in your life. Problems you've been fretting about for years will start being solved. You'll no longer be tying God's hands with your worrying. His power can begin to operate because you've acted in faith and cast your cares on Him!

Remember, though, God will not take your cares away from you. You have to give them to Him. Then you have to replace those worries with the Word. You are the one who has to keep your thoughts under control. But you can do it. The Greater One dwells within you. He is able to put you over. Commit to it. You'll never have to worry again.

Let go of your worries... give them to God!
Many Blessings
<>< Tam

Sunday, October 7, 2018

You do not have to prove yourself...

And the son said unto him, Father, I have sinned against heaven, and in thy sight, and am no more worthy to be called thy son. But the father said to his servants, Bring forth the best robe, and put it on him; and put a ring on his hand, and shoes on his feet....for this my son...was lost, and is found.
                                                                                                                               Luke 15:21-22, 24

Prove yourself. In today's world, that's what you constantly feel you have to do, right? On the job, among friends, even at home you're always working to win the approval you need. Working to convince those around you that you deserve the salary, the friendship and even the love they give you.
Is there any escape?
You better believe there is! It's called grace. Unearned and undeserved favor and acceptance. And there's only one place you can find it—in the heart of God Himself.
There's no better picture of God's grace in action than in the story of the prodigal son. Few of us today can really feel the impact of that story like those first Jewish listeners Jesus told it to. You see, by their standards the prodigal son had committed some of the most despicable acts possible. He'd not only taken advantage of his father and spent his inheritance in riotous living, he'd left the nation of Israel and made covenant with a foreigner—a pig farmer! That was as low as you could get.
In their eyes, that boy's rebellion was so serious his father's only recourse was to disown him.
But that's not what this father did! He welcomed his repentant son home with open arms. He offered him grace—unmerited favor—that was based on the father's love rather than the son's performance.
Next time you catch yourself struggling to make up to God for something you've done wrong... working to win His approval... let the story of the prodigal son set you free. Let it remind you that, in spite of your sins, your Father has received you with open arms. He's put a robe of righteousness on your back and His signet ring on your hand. He's put the shoes of son-ship on your feet!
Do you feel unworthy of all that? Sure you do. You were unworthy of it. But God hasn't based His relationship with you on your worthiness. He's based it on His love and on Jesus' worthiness. You don't have to struggle to prove yourself to Him. As far as He's concerned, you're a proven success.

God loves you for who you are!
❤ Tammy

Friday, September 28, 2018

Dont let the Devil fool you with his lies........

When [the devil] speaketh a lie, he speaketh of his own: for he is a liar, and the father of it.
                                                                                                                                         John 8:44

Some people find it difficult to believe God’s promises because they’ve seen so many things in the natural world that seem to contradict them. They’ve seen faithful tithers go broke. They’ve seen sick Christians fail to receive their healing.
In reality, it would be more accurate to say that they think they’ve seen those things. Because, you see, there’s a deceiver at work in the world. A deceiver who’s busily doing the same thing he’s been doing ever since the Garden of Eden: tricking mankind into believing God’s Word isn’t true.
And, after working on it for thousands of years, he’s a master at it. Think about that the next time he tries to make things look as though God’s Word is not going to work for you, when he makes it look like all hope is lost. Say, “I don’t care about appearances. I believe the Word and I refuse to doubt it.”
Let me show you what I mean. Have you ever seen a magic show where someone crawls inside a box and then is sawn in half? You can see it with your own two eyes. The guy’s feet are sticking out one end of the box and his head is poking out the other, and the box is plainly cut in two. Then the magician slides the two halves back together and the sawed-apart fellow jumps out of the box in one piece.
Now tell me, did you really believe, even for a moment, that fellow was truly cut in half? Of course not! You knew that you’d seen a trick, a deception, something that appeared one way when, in reality, it was a different way altogether. You may not have known how it was done. You may not have been able to explain it. But you knew a person couldn’t be sawn in half, then put back together, so you refused to believe your eyes.
That’s exactly the way you need to be where the Word of God is concerned. You need to learn to trust it and rely on it to such an extent that when Satan shows you something in the natural world that appears to contradict it, you just say, “Well, I saw that, but I’m not going to be gullible enough to believe it. I’m just going to stick with the Word.”
If you’ll do that, the father of lies will never be able to put one over on you!

God is Truth!
Many blessings
.:: Tammy ::.

Tuesday, September 25, 2018

Saturday, September 22, 2018

Rough week............

Good evening my friends and family...........
I just got home and settled in from spending the week in ICU.   Amazing how stress really plays a big part of ones health!!!   But... 5 units of blood and a unit of plasma later... I'm home... relaxing and doing what I need to do to put my health back together!

I want to Thank my family.. mostly my mom for taking such good care of me.... my church family... my work family and friends for all the love and prayers!!

Thank you Father God for watching out for me!
Thank you for your healing hand and everlasting Love!

God Bless