My First Blog Post

Be yourself; Everyone else is already taken.

— Oscar Wilde.

This is the first post on my new blog. I’m just getting this new blog going, so stay tuned for more. Subscribe below to get notified when I post new updates.

This is a new journey for me, one I do not take lightly. One I feel inadequate to accomplish. I was called last year by the Lord to write a book. For those of you who do not know me, I truly am not a writer! I am a simple gal who lives in the country, just an ordinary sinner, saved by the grace of Jesus! With that said, I am beginning another part of this journey and would like to sharpen and work on my writing skills by blogging. I absolutely look forward to talking with everyone. Please be nice to one another and respectful of one another’s thoughts and opinions.

Blessings,

Beth

Where does fear come from?

Hello everyone, welcome back to the well, I am so glad you joined me today. 

I have struggled with fear and anxiety for the better part of my life, with that I have had many challenges and struggles. I wanted to share today with those who also face this challenge. I want you to see the hope and peace you can find all over and through God’s word. There are many scriptures you can draw strength and courage from. I will go over just a few with you today. 

One of the first ones is 

1 Timothy 1:7 NLT – “For God has not given us a spirit of fear and timidity, but of power, love and self-disciple.” 

Another one that couples right along with this one comes from Romans 8:15, lets read that one too. 

Romans 8:15-16 NLT – So you have not received a spirit that makes you fearful slaves. Instead, you received God’s spirit when he adopted you as his own children. Now we call him “ Abba Father”. For his spirit joins with our spirit to affirm that we are God’s children. 

I want to break these two verses down a bit, 1 Timothy tells us that we were NOT given a spirit of fear but that we were given a spirit of power, love and of self- discipline. Some translation says a sound mind, which I love! In Romans 8 we read verses 15 and 16 that we again, did NOT receive from God a spirit of fear. Are you tracking with me and what God is telling us? We have received God’s own spirit in us when we accepted Christ as savior, we are no longer a slave to this fear!!! It goes on to further say, we call him “Abba Father” in Hebrew this translates to our word “Daddy” a more intimate word other than just father, he is our Daddy! He is showing us that he is more than just our father that sits on a throne in heaven telling us what to do and not to do. He is our Daddy, the one we can run too, the one who protects us and loves us as HIS own children! The end of the verse in romans tells us that his spirit joins our own to affirm that we are God’s children! 

So, in reading just these two verses what do we know? We know that God, who created us, did NOT install or give us a spirit that is fearful. We know that he gave us his own spirit that is power, love, and self -disciple. We know that when we accepted Jesus as our savior that God joined his very own spirit with ours affirming we are HIS children! We know that because of this, we are no longer slaves to fear!!! 

So where does this fear come from? If it’s not from God where did it come from? We have an eternal enemy in Satan, the fallen angel who wanted to be God himself. After he was cast out of heaven, along with those who would follow him. He set out on a revenge tour if you will across all creation. He has wreaked havoc on this planet since the garden of Eden when mankind fell into his trap of sin. 

1 Peter 5:8 NLT – “Stay alert! Watch out for your great enemy, the devil. He prowls around like a roaring lion, looking for someone to devour. “ 

John 10- 10 NLT – The thief’s purpose is to kill and steal and destroy. My purpose is to give them a rich and satisfying life. 

These scriptures give you a glimpse into what Satan’s game plan is. He is roaming the earth literally, looking for someone to destroy. We he sees us, he sees that we are made in God’s own image, just as described in Genesis 2:27. He hates God, and therefore wants to take us out. He will do this by any means he can. As John 10:10 says he is the thief that comes to kill, steal and destroy us, our lives, our family, their lives, nothing is off limits to him. He has no thought or care for any of us. He just wants to destroy us because we are made in God’s image and God loves us.  

How does all this relate to my anxiety and depression over the years. Well, I believe that this is one of the many ways Satan attacks us. Our minds, remember in 1 Timothy where I told you other translations speak to a sound mind, self- discipline. Also, romans where it says we are no longer a slave to fear? Fear is one of Satan’s weapons! He uses it all the time. Fear of not having enough money, of not being good enough, you see where I am going. Scripture is full of examples of Satan’s game plan. If he can distract us from believing or trusting God, then he will do it. Fear is not trust, fear is not believing, it’s doubt. What did satan do in Genesis 3? He deceived Eve by making her doubt. once she doubted, fear that God was holding out on her then lead her right into sin.

So, what do we do now? We first, keep reading God’s word! Learn it, live it, speak it! God is so awesome, he tells us how to stand against Satan in Ephesians chapter 6, he speaks of putting on HIS armor, let me explain this, God has given us HIS own armor! We are not wearing our own, but God’s! Read this full scripture on this below: 

Ephesians 6: 10-18 NLT – THE WHOLE ARMOR OF GOD 

“A final word: Be strong in the Lord and in his mighty power. Put on all of God’s armor so that you will be able to stand firm against all strategies of the devil. For we are not fighting against flesh and blood enemies, but against evil rulers and authorities of the unseen world, against mighty powers in this dark world, and against evil spirits in the heavenly places. Therefore, put on every piece of God’s armor so you will be able to resist the enemy in the time of evil. Then after the battle you will still be standing firm. Stand your ground, putting on the belt of truth and the body armor of God’s righteousness. For shoes, put on the peace that comes from the good news so that you will be fully prepared. In addition to all of these, hold up the shield of faith to stop the fiery arrows of the devil. Put on salvation as your helmet and take the sword of the Spirit, which is the word of God. Pray in the spirit at all times and on every occasion. Stay alert and be persistent in your prayers for all believers everywhere. 

Wow, there is literally a whole battle plan in these verses! We have to use the gift of God’s armor to protect our mind, our walk, and to literally protect every part of us! Satan will literally sneak in anywhere there is an opening! 

My hope for today’s post is this, I pray that you can see where fear really comes from and these are literally just a few of what the bible tells us about fear and where it’s rooted. Clearly this is not intended to be a detriment to counseling or medication. God created those things to help us who suffer from a more acute and chronic form of fear and anxiety. Which I do, I have also taken medication, that I feel God blessed me with and seen a Christian counselor who has helped me immeasurably! My effort is to help others see the root of where this fear comes from and how Satan manipulates us and attempts to destroy us through that fear. 

I know this is long for a blog post, but it is so important! Satan doesn’t want us to learn scripture, and grow in the Lord. He wants us to stay in the dark and literally ignorant to the power we have in Christ! God wants us to put off our old self, to grow in him and not remain as children in our walk. 

1 Cor 13: 11 NLT – “When I was a child, I spoke and thought and reasoned as a child. But when I grew up, I put away childish things. “

We are NOT little children anymore, we do not have to be bullied and pushed around by Satan, we can know his tricks. His tactics are the same ones he has used since the garden. Cast doubt and place fear. Manipulate and tell enough lies that one starts to believe him. That’s why it’s imperative to KNOW THE TRUTH! It’s only found in God’s word. 

Thank you for joining me at the well today, I pray you read these scriptures and it leads you to more scriptures that bring you peace and joy in knowing You are God’s child and how much he absolutely loves you!!!!! 

Blessing, 

Beth 

Roundabout

As I was driving today I encountered a roundabout, I call them whoop-t-do’s! I don’t like them so much, as some folks do. As I drove I began to think of how they are a lot like life, they are one way in and have multiple paths. If you have never driven on one, it is good to look at how they operate in advance. Some may not need this, but this ’74 model brain of mine sure does! Most around here are one or two lane, the insde being for traveling farther in the circle and outside reserved for the turn offs. Like life, you can’t turn around and go back, and you can go right past where you wanted to go if you don’t pay attention to where you are at. The roundabout is forgiving, like me you could end up driving in the circle a couple of times before figuring out or being able to move over to the correct lane in the first place. (I told you, I’m a ’74 model and this old processor is not updating with this new stuff well!) After a bout of self induced car sickness I finally navigate to my correct road connected in the simple but confusing circle. 

My life has been like navigating this roundabout at times, If I am not prepared and look at my path, it can be confusing. If I don’t pay attention to where I’m going, the lane I am in, I can miss my destination all together. Yes, I can drive back around to it, but it is far easier the first go around. It is hard to drive back around and get in the correct lane, especially in heavy traffic! So what is the point to this little story, it’s this. We need to know certain things , we need to have perspective on where we are headed. Life is busy, and messy a lot of the time. Our days are packed with so many things, often too many things for us to be good at all of the things we need to do. We need to make a priority to keep our Kingdom perspective. We need to look at the map we have in front of us. The bible, God’s Holy word, given to us, to keep us on the straight and narrow path. To keep a perspective on our lives and what lane we are driving in, and if we are not in the correct lane, to help us get to the correct one and not miss the road we need to be on. 

God knows we are not perfect, he doesn’t expect perfection, He does want us to use the tools He has so genriously provided for us. His word, His Holy Spirit inside of us. Just as I have written before, God will give us warning lights, and indicators that we are not on the correct path. Don’t ignore them. It’s not to late to get out of the circle we have been driving around and around in and change our direction. We sometimes are afraid to take that next turn and to leave the familiar circle we have been driving in, we get used to how the go around feels and anything different scares us. God doesn’t want us to drive in circles, He wants us to follow His Son Jesus on the adventure of a lifetime! He has so much more than we can ever imagine for us, if we only will leave the familiar path we take. When we refuse to change it is no different than driving aimlessly in that circle. Break out of the old and familiar and take the path God leads you to! 

Proverbs 3:5-6 NLT “Trust in the Lord with all your heart; do not depend on your own understanding. Seek his will in all you do, and he will show you which path to take.” 

Ephesians 3:20 NLT “ Now all glory to God, who is able, through his mighty power at work within us, to accomplish infinetly more than we might ask or think. “

Take time to be in God’s word today, talk with him, He is waiting to hear from you. Thanks for stopping by the well today. God bless you.

Beth 

Pray with me today!!

Hello Everyone, I am writing with a heavy heart today, I am asking that today you please join me in prayer. Wherever we look, the news, social media, our community… there is an urgent need for prayer! In our local community, there has been so much loss in the last week alone. We need to pray for those who are mourning, who are sick, who are suffering. My heart is heavy with a burden to pray, please join me. 

Father God, we come to you with a heavy heart, with hurting hearts. Lord you know the losses in our community, in our own lives. You know the pain of those who are suffering from illness, diseases with no cure. You know the ones, who have lost jobs that are desperately needed. Lord you see the ones who need you but who are so afraid to ask, or don’t know how to ask for help. Father, we ask that your blessing be on those who are mourning, and who are sick. Those who are just broken by illness that cannot be seen by others. Father, those who are losing homes to floods, to fires, to natural disasters. Lord be with those who so desperately need you. 

Father open our eyes to those who are close to us that need our help, show us how to help, how to pray, how to reach them for you. Father open our eyes to the world and its groaning, Lord we have become so used to fires, earthquakes, hurricanes, and so many other natural disasters that we are just not seeing your word coming to fruition. Father, raise up your children in this desperate hour, give us wisdom, give us the strength mentally, physically and spiritually for the work before us. Father calm the hearts of your faithful, hush our fighting among one another, cool the anger that burns within us, unite us once again under your Son Jesus Christ! Let us unify as one body and Christ Jesus as the head! Give us wisdom against Satan’s scheme that divides us from within! Father we pray for your eyes to see one another as you see us, to view each life as sacred, valuable and created by you! Father, we pray for peaceful resolutions to the conflicts that devide us, to the arguments that are so out of hand. We pray for your Holy Spirit to cover the earth, and our communities. We pray for ears to hear one another in truth and love and to respect one another as our brothers and sisters. To be able to love one another even if we do not agree or feel the same way. Father the world needs your truth and to know love again. 

Father I pray for our nation, our leaders, our government in every level. Father we cry and plead with you, please guide them, fill them with your Holy Spirit Lord. Give them clear minds and steady hearts to lead with. Father, the world is literally on fire with hate, and rage for its fellow man. Please Father, raise leaders who can unite and not divide. Change hearts, calm fears and give all wisdom to listen and understand. Lord we need you, our entire world needs you! 

We thank you for the privilege and grace you give us to come to you, to know you, to cast our burdens and fears to you. Father guide us and heal us from the state we are all in. We give you the glory Father God! 

In Jesus name we pray, 

Amen 

Be Intentional

Hello everyone, welcome back to the well. I am so happy you joined me today. It’s that time of year again. The leaves are changing, the temps are dropping and bring on the craziest time of year…the Holidays are just around the corner. 

How do you find time to be still, there is so much going on in the world around us. So many activities and people needing you to volunteer or help out with a function or two. It is nearly impossible to find a few minutes to be in the word, let alone be still and hear from the Lord. 

I find I have to be intentional about my prayer and bible study times. I have to set time with God and make it a priority and guard that precious time against everything that gobbles up my attention. I find grabbing my coffee and bible in the morning before anyone wakes up is the best time for me, however there are days with my illness I am not able to do that. So, it may be brunch with Jesus instead of our morning coffee. We have to make this time intentional and recharge and refuel ourselves just like we do our car. 

It has been a stressful year for our family, without time set aside for prayer and meditating on God’s word and really listening and being still… I have to tell you, it would have been impossible to get through. I gain so much from my quiet time with Jesus. I have learned to pray about a whole lot more. To take time to read more. A lot of times it’s an article or short devotional. It’s a must for me, I need this boost of God’s word to get me through the day somedays! Also some days it’s a whole lot more coffee too!! 

It is difficult for me to shut off everything and leave things for others to do. I have an even harder time shutting off my brain to listen! First, I have to leave my phone, watch, and computer on the desk and grab only my bible, a pen and my journal. If I take even one of those technological time stealers with me, I’m a goner and will fail my attempt to be still or listen. I know it is hard to disconnect from the world and we are not talking months or even days here. Maybe your distractions are different and I know having young ones and giving care to parents also takes up a ton of time. Sometimes it’s just a few moments we have, take that time to pray, read a verse, a quick devotional or listen to your favorite Christian podcast, or sermon while you are working if you can. I try to come up with new things to keep it from being routine, so it stays fresh in my mind. I encourage you to be creative and find what works for you. 

Today’s message is simple, be intentional about your relationship with the Lord today. Start a new habit and take time to be still with him. He is waiting to hear from you. This time will be rewarded, the more time you spend with him, the more peace and clarity you will get. This is the most important relationship you have. Make time for him today. 

May your quiet time be filled with the Holy Spirit and may you gain the Wisdom of God’s word that you most need to hear!

Thanks for stopping in today, I will see you next time at the well! 

Beth 

Forgiveness and Healing

Hello and welcome back to the well, I am so glad you stopped in today! 

Have you ever been hurt by some one? Have you struggled with forgiving that person for the pain that they caused you? I realize we can all most likely answer yes to these two questions. So, let’s talk about forgiveness today. 

Have you ever been hiking and you reach a plateau? A place where you can rest and see where you are in relation to where you want to be or maybe where you are going? A place where you have level footing and can feel steady. I believe that our gracious and merciful God allows us to heal just like this, in plateau’s.  As part of the natural healing process comes forgiveness. Certainly, similar to healing, it does not happen all at once. It comes gradually with time, space and understanding. Wisdom has to come from something wiser than our own feelings about the circumstance that hurt us, from some place outside of the venue of the events reach. God has the ultimate view of everything, he sees it all and he tells us to not lean on our own understanding and to trust in him, and he alone will make our path straight. With that said, I can relate to what your next thought may be, yeah right, easier said than done! Well, yes, it is, and God certainly understands this, that is where time comes in. We have to allow ourselves to feel the hurt, and process it, stay in scripture and see and learn what the bible says about the pain you are feeling.  There is a wealth of resources available to us all, the bible tells us specifically to seek wise and Godly counsel. His word offers us comfort and truth, His Holy Spirit is here to speak directly into our hearts and minds the truth of God’s word. The truth about our feelings and this sometimes is done with the help of a counselor. I know to some, this seems to sound so simple and yet impossible to do. I have been there, there have been times when the only thing I could do was read a verse of the day. Maybe a short devotional reading. My prayers felt like they were going into thin air. I had to wait and continue in obedience in seeking the truth about what I was feeling, and then ask God to help me forgive the one who hurt me. This is not a simple or easy thing to do. I have also sought help sorting things out from a Christian counselor, and am much better for asking for help outside of my own perspective!

Like hiking to the summit of a mountain, it takes time. It’s not done in one day. You have base camps on plateaus. As you reach these plateaus look at them of places to gather yourself, to rest and regain strength in God’s word. I believe He allows us these breaks in the process. These breaks again allow us perspective, and the ability to see a broader view of where and what we are facing. On this path there are signs to guide you, there are others on the same path. You have a map. You have all of these things and more in God your father. He has given us his Holy Spirit to guide us and to heal us, to show us his path. In addition, we have His map in his very word! 

He has also given us community in which to hike this trail with. This can be your church family, someone in your work, and as in my case the help of a counselor. He has given us wisdom from his word and his Holy Spirit, He has never intended for us to walk alone. We have to decide to lace up our boots, and stick to the path! Like, I said before, it takes time… I have personally been on path and realized instead of being done with the process, I was sitting on one of the plateaus I spoke of, a place where I had level footing, I could see where I was, how far I had come with the Lord’s help. Most importantly, where I needed to go to continue on the path of forgiveness and healing. I was able to see a much better picture of the circumstance. Time had passed, I had begun to heal little by little, I had grown in strength and wisdom in the Lord. I had rested, and had time to pray and process my pain. Again, this is not a sprint, it is okay to take your time. 

I want to encourage you, DO NOT GOVE UP! Keep walking on the path, you are not alone! God is with you, and there are many who if you reach out and let them know what path you are on, they will come in and hike right beside you! I pray this message encourages you and inspires you to keep going and to know that you are not alone! 

Your Sister in Christ, 

Beth

You Are Not Obligated!

 Hello everyone, welcome back to the well! I am so glad you stopped in today and I have a Scripture for you from the living water of God’s word today! 

Today’s word comes from the book of Romans, chapter 8 verse 12. It reads as follows: 

“Therefore, dear brothers and sisters, you have no obligation to do what your sinful nature urges you to do.” Romans 8:12 NLT

Now as some of you know, Romans 8 is a powerhouse chapter in our faith, we learn so much as Paul lays out what living life in the Spirit means for us as Christians. It speaks of our sufferings, and how none of the things we go through on earth will even compare to the Glory God will reveal to us in Heaven! 

It speaks to us on our sin nature, this is what I want to focus on today. We all were born with a sin nature. As part of the curse that Adam and Eve brought on us in Genesis chapter 3, all of us have a sin nature. However, when we accept Christ and are baptized we receive The Holy Spirit. Our old nature is buried in the depths of a watery grave represented by baptism. We are made clean in the eyes of God as He now sees us through the blood of Christ. God knows we are by no means perfect, in fact He doesn’t expect that. However, He doesn’t want or intend for us to live as if The Holy Spirit is just a guide for when we think we need it either. God, as explained by Paul in Chapter 8 verse 12, tells us that we are NOT OBLIGATED to do what our sinful nature urges us to do. Did you catch this??? We don’t have to follow those urges that Satan himself temps our earthly body and minds with. We have a means in which we can combat these urges, The Holy Spirit of God that lives within us! This is huge to me, I have read this chapter many times and this literally leaped off the page to me and I feel that I am to share it with you today. 

What this passage and chapter 8 for that matter is saying to me is that we will still have urges and temptations, of course. There will be trials and many of them in this life. The important thing for us is, WE ARE NOT SLAVES TO THEM! Verse 15 Paul is continuing to tell us, that we were not given God’s own spirit to live as slaves who live in fear but rather, we were given The Holy Spirit when God himself adopted us and now we call him Abba Father! We are children of God, co-heirs with Christ himself. We are no longer slaves to the bondage of our former lives. We are free and we have the power of God living inside us! 

I know that temptation and urges come along and are powerful, Satan is a master manipulator, he uses the deep emotions God created us with and twists them into wicked plans and tries to convince us that they are feelings we can’t fight or shouldn’t fight. The word of God is clear on the area of temptation and urges, it says we will all have them but we do NOT have to act on them. We have a way out, in 1 Corinthians 10:13 Paul tells us of God’s faithfulness to us to not allow us to be tempted more than we can stand and furthermore, He loves us so much that He again offers us the way out. 

“The temptations in your life are no different from what others experience. And God is faithful. He will not allow the temptation to be more than you can stand. When you are tempted, he will show you a way out so that you can endure.” 1 Corinthians 10:13 

His Holy Spirit that was gifted to us upon our confession of faith in Christ and receiving Him as our savior. We are not alone in these times at all. God is with us even in these trials of what feels right and what is right. Paul is telling us in Romans and in this passage in 1 Corinthians, God knows we are going to be tempted, even fall into sin. He doesn’t expect perfection. He is pleading with us to use the tools and the power He has given us, that is already in us, in our very grasp! Satan would have us believe every emotion and feeling, or as the NLT describes “urge” needs to be played out or we should do what we “feel”, this is not scriptural at all. In fact, in an earlier blog I shared that we are to test every spirit and feeling against the Knowledge of God. The bible speaks of this and it’s not just words in an ancient book, these are words to live by. To get ourselves out of the pit that Satan would have us live in, to have us live in misery to our old sin nature. We have no obligation to whatever our past sins were, drugs, sex, money, theft, lying, alcohol, there are so many things that can trip us up out there. We need to use scripture to fight with. The word of God is our sword, He has given us His very own armor! (Ephesians 6: 10-18)

Please take some time to read these scriptures for yourself today. Please ask God to fine tune your ears, your heart and your mind to His Holy Spirit and to show you how to get out of these traps of temptation, and how to overcome these urges to sin with scripture. God loves us too much to leave us here defenseless. We are not powerless, we are children of God and that means a lot! We have the Holy Spirit and God’s very own word, we have a Savior in Jesus Christ that defeated sin and death on the cross, this battle is now about obedience to God! We need to digest his word, eat it, sleep it, and pray it daily! 

Take care everyone and stand tall Sons and Daughters of God, HE is with us!!! We will not fail! 

Your Sister in Christ Jesus, 

Beth 

Bridges and Pathways

Hello again, welcome to the well today; I am so happy you stopped by for a visit. Sit down with me and let’s drink from the Lord’s word today. 

I wanted to talk a little bit about rules today. I know, this is not a fun topic but we have rules everywhere, why? I think of driving, we have rules of the road, speed limits, no passing zones, stop and go lights. We have guard rails to protect us from steep drops, and sharp corners. We have rules in sports, football, baseball, volleyball. We have equipment to protect us and a court/field laid before us in which we can play the game. We have spaces that are considered out of bounds, even in driving we have places that say wrong way, do not enter. We have bridges that take us over rough water and steep gorges. We have so many things guiding our every day that we don’t think much about, we just do the things we are supposed to. If we choose not to we have consequences to not staying in the safety of the rules. In sports, it’s a penalty that sets us back or turns the ball over to the other team. On the road the penalty can be harsh; a fine or ticket for not driving the speed limit or disobeying a signal. Worse yet and accident that can have dire consequences. 

God gives us rules to abide by in His word, these are for guidance to help us find safe passage through life and its many challenges. The things that God asks us to do and not do are not to take the fun out of life, it’s actually the opposite. By following his rules, he offers us the best of everything. Satan wants us to think that rules are made to be broken and that they are in place to limit our freedom. When we dig into God’s word we see that this is simply not true. There are a slew of examples throughout Scripture that show us the cause and effect of not staying in the safety of the rules.

Let’s go back to the bridge, we use bridges every day. Think about the bridge as how God gives us safe passage over and through what would be impassable or that would entangle, delay and distract us from where God has for us to go. 

 On a recent trip to North Carolina I drove through tunnels that were carved through the sides of mountains. Without this passage cut through the mountain, I would not be able to take the route I was taking. I would have had to take a route far out and away from my destination. It was safe passage through a literal mountain! This tunnel allowed me to drive through this massive mountain without the trouble of scaling it, or hiking over it. I sat in my truck and drove through it and marveled at God’s glory. As I continued to drive I went over many bridges that connected two far away land masses, beneath the bridges were beautiful water ways, some had glorious landscapes of trees and wetlands. I drove up and down and all-around mountain landscapes that allowed me to see the beautiful design God created in this part of the land. You see, God has boundaries and passage ways woven into his plan for us. If we abide in His word we get to see the glory of all he has for us. If we fail to adhere to the set boundaries, we end up in the wilderness of setbacks, impassable obstacles, a place with rushing water that delays his plans for us and can even sweep us far away from what God wanted and had for us. I saw the most beautiful things and was able to hike to breathtaking views. Yes, some of the paths were narrow and took a while to see what I was walking toward but staying on the path provided safety and I got to see the beauty in all the things God had for me on this trip! The same is true in life, if we abide in the safety of his ways we will see the glory he has for us in our lives. We will not be hindered by the snares and traps that lay in wait just off the path God has for set before us.

Stay safe and in God’s word loved ones, you are precious to our Abba Father and he wants nothing but the best for his children! 

“Seek his will in all you do, and he will show you which path to take” Proverbs 3:6 NLT

See you soon back here at the well. 

Beth