For my 31 days of writing, I am linking up over at Heading Home and over at the Nester. There are several of us that are taking the 31 day writing challenge. Kate has suggested that we spend 31 days of Five minute writing. You can use the prompts or write about anything you would like, you just need to write.
I am sharing my journey for 31 days as I strive to become more like Him. My prayer is that you can find hope and peace in my words.
10 For thou art great, and doest wondrous things: thou art God alone.The Prompt today is:
11 Teach me thy way, O Lord; I will walk in thy truth: unite my heart to fear thy name.
12 I will praise thee, O Lord my God, with all my heart: and I will glorify thy name for evermore.
How hard is it to unite our hearts? I have a rather large family. We blended two families together and had a few more children to form a large blended family. It was not an easy journey. Sometimes, my children thought that they should be loved best, and sometimes his did. One of the hardest things to teach them was that they are all our children. They are each loved individually for themselves. They are needed and wanted and each a blessing in our lives.
Uniting together is one of the best things we have ever done. It was a rough journey at times with a lot of potholes along the way. Yet, it has been so rewarding and I would not change it for the world.
Uniting our hearts together to God is not easy either. There are so many things that would interfere with our relationship. The world would have us believe that the Sabbath is just another part of the weekend. It is a time to have fun and forget about everything else. I know that the sabbath is a day of worship. As I used to tell my children, Heavenly Father has given us everything and right now He is only asking for a little bit of your time.
Uniting ourselves for His purpose is such a blessing. Gathering together helps each of us to strengthen our own testimonies as well as the testimonies of others. It helps us to find ways to remain strong and faithful. For me, going to church, fulfills a need that is deep inside my heart. A need to be more like Him. It is a chance to teach, learn, listen and love. It is a choice that places my feet in the right direction for the rest of the week.
Uniting my heart in His glory.
I can't think of a better place to be.