How would you complete it?

And let us consider how to stimulate one another to love and good deeds, not forsaking our own assembling together, as is the habit of some, but encouraging one another; and all the more as you see the day drawing near. (Hebrews 10:24-25)

Oh, these days! It seems each of our lives are defined by one word: busy.  It’s a word that can rob us of true fellowship, of spending time in prayer, of meditating on the Word of God.  I find myself sighing at times, thinking of “the good old days” when I was little and had no concept of time, and everything seemed less stressful because busy was not something I had to deal with. It’s good to be busy in a good way- but we must never allow it to take away time from being in the presence of Christ, or spending quality time with believers. Nowadays I always make a conscious effort to pray on my prayer list, to memorize Scripture and keep in touch with sisters in Christ, because if I don’t other things will quickly replace that time. Reading the Word every day is my anchor. 

So in an attempt to stir up some fellowship with you, I would like each of you readers to share somehting-  like we did in the past. Comment and complete each sentence below with things from your own life. I hope this will build us all up in small but significant ways. 

I would define this season in my life as…

A verse that encourages me lately is…

Something special that has happened recently is…

One way I want to bless someone this week is…

I like it when I see…

An interesting book or article that I read recently is…

This year I hope to…

The best thing that happened to me this month is…

A person that inspires me is…

One person or lesson in Scripture I want to learn more about is…

This summer I hope to…

I get competitive when…

The best thing I like about this blog is…

 

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