"One day at a time--this is enough. Do not look back and grieve over the past for it is gone; and do not be troubled about the future, for it has not yet come. Live in the present, and make it so beautiful it will be worth remembering."

Ida Scott Taylor

Sunday, March 14, 2010

From Someone Who Knows You

I thought I would leave you with a  post
this Sunday,  of a beautiful message from
our Heavenly Father.
I just LOVE it that He
cares so much for YOU and I
and wants to tell us so.

If my music player begins playing music, you can
scroll down to bottom of page to pause it so you can hear this video.

Enjoy being who you were created to be,


Andrea said...

Blessings, andrea

A Cupcake for Moose said...

"Enjoy who you were created to be." I love that LeAnn! God is so creative and interesting. I am praying for His guidance these days to shine for him and be led down the exact right path he has laid out for me.
I hope your weekend is going well!
xoxo, Rachel
p.s. Thank you for the LOVELY comment on my blog! You are so kind. My daddy, Mr. Ed, is a super nice man indeed! :) The best dad ever. Thanks again for visiting! :)

Heart2Heart said...

Lee Ann,

Thank you for encouraging us each and every day.

Love and Hugs ~ Kat

Bren said...

Thank you Lee Ann for your concern, I can see you understand the isolating effects of living with chronic pain. I surely hope you don't have fibro on top of arthritis but getting a diagnosis at least gives you some point of reference for all the random symptoms that can be a part of fibromyalgia. There are 16-18 'trigger' points on your body that if you have a number of these the doctor can pretty much conclude it's fibro. You can Google fibromyalgia and find the chart if you're interested.

Lissa said...

beautiful letter!

Deborah Ann said...

LeeAnn...this is the most beautiful story from God's own heart. I can never hear this enough. I used to have the CD, but I gave it away and it never got replaced.

You are pure joy...did anyone ever tell you that?

Farmgirl Paints said...

Oh so good. Psalms 139 is my very favorite passage in scripture. Thank you LeeAnn:)