How cool is it that the same God that created mountains and oceans and galaxies looked at you and thought the world needed one of you/me too? !!
What a wonderful thought to start our
Monday Morning Coffee Chat
Hello, hope all is well in your part of the world!
Gonna get on my soapbox...
I know how important the next presidential election is for our country. My heart is heavy because of the many moral and ethical problems we have....but with that said...I am so tired of the 'mudslinging' going on with these candidates. I wish they would just get over it and move on...
AND of course the news media just adds fuel to the flame...grrrrr
Okay, I feel better now, let's move on to happier things.
Now this makes me happy.
Beautiful tulips, a birthday gift from my daughter and her hubby, Tracey and Scott.
These little sweeties make me happy too...
Great gdaughters Ava and Emma playing in their Uncle Scott's jeep.
They were taking turns driving!! So much fun.
A word from Billy Graham about happiness!
King George V wrote on the flyleaf of the Bible of a friend, “The secret of happiness is not to do what you like to do, but to learn to like what you have to do.” Too many think of happiness as some sort of will-o’-the-wisp thing that is discovered by constant and relentless searching. It is not found by seeking. It is not an end in itself. Pots of gold are never found at the end of the rainbow, as we used to think when we were children; gold is mined from the ground or panned laboriously from a mountain stream.
Jesus once told His disciples, “Seek ye first the kingdom of God, and his righteousness, and all these things shall be added unto you.” The “things” He spoke of were the things that make us feel happy and secure—food, drink, clothes, shelter. He told us not to make these the chief goal of our lives but to “seek the kingdom” and these needs would be automatically supplied. There, if we will take it, is the secret of happiness.
But may the righteous be glad and rejoice before God; may they be happy and joyful.
Until Next Time