Reflecting with the Little Red Journal

I love looking back through my journal.

God can do so much in so few pages.

But the time has come to say good-bye to the old.

Good-bye old….

Picking out a new journal is quite an ordeal for me. It has to feel right. I like it to fall open a certain way. The spacing in between lines needs to be just so. I love having scripture on each page. God really uses that some days.

My journal represents a season. My season of life. A season of growth in the Lord.

Sounds like a lot to ask from a little book.

But it is a part of me everyday. My journal is an intricate part of my time with Jesus.

I found a new one. And I am very excited…

Hello new…

But as one journal comes to an end, I love to spend a few days reflecting on what God has done. And since March 31st, 2010, he has done so much.

Reflection: Consideration of some subject matter, idea or purpose. a) To think quietly or calmly. b) To express an opinion or thought resulting from reflection.

Today, I am reflecting on the Lord. Who He is. What He has done.

And what He is doing.

I am taking a few days to think quietly and calmly. A retreat away with the Lord – preparing for the next season.

Listening.

Resting.

Refueling.

I may not be around quite as much this week.

But enjoy a few one-liners from my retired journal. Reflect with me.

And “feel free to express an opinion or thought of your own, as a result.” šŸ˜‰

“Everything God does is unrestrained. His grace is unrestrained.” – Pastor Dunn

“Grace is God’s free and unmerited favour – loving the unlovable, seeking the fugitive, rescuing the hopeless, and lifting the beggar from the dunghill and making him sit with princes.” -John Stott

“Peace is not a suggestion. It is a calling.”

“When you focus on the truth of God’s Word, you win every time.” – C. Stanely

“When you say ‘yes’ to God, he will ask you to do the impossible.” – D. Barnes

“Pride is at the bottom of all great mistakes.” – John Raskin

“What is the evidence of a regenerated person? They love the Law. It is life to them.” – Mack Card

“Fasting is exchanging the needs of the physical body for those of the spiritual.”

“Crucify what Becky wants.”

“Knowing the Word comes with great responsibility.”

“Be full of Faith. Not fear. Faith is the opposite of fear.” – D. Barnes

“Jesus moves into the world through our lives. We are an invitation into his grace.” – Pastor Dunn

Be blessed and open as Jesus moves through your life into the sphere of influence around you. You are His light to the world. Love to you all.

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2 thoughts on “Reflecting with the Little Red Journal

  1. I love a good journal, too! I like the look of the pretty ones with a more professional binding, but I prefer a spiral bound for some reason! The faith/fear quote speaks to me. I seem to waiver between the two at times.

  2. I love that D. Barnes is quoted in here! Hehe. Missed your blog so much! I spent about 1/2 hour just getting caught up this morning. I love God's spirit in you, Becky. That is why I love to be around you, I see God in you and I want more of Him!

I means so much to hear from you!

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