1. Thank you Jolene for being obediant to the Lord’s spirit in your writings. I needed this right about now, as tears were streaming about 1/2 hour ago. Pity party, no, just worrying about things instead of going to the God of miracles and finding comfort and peace and giving him glory even in the trials.
    So now back to gloryifing our God as the trials continue, singing in praise and adoration for who he is, God bless you Jolene, and thanks again,

    1. He’ll be with you, Leah! What a blessing to hear that you are changing your perspective to Him rather than your circumstances. I know He’ll be glorified through you!

  2. Hi Jolene – firstly, yes I was challenged, sigh! Secondly, great scriptures. I need to get myself in gear and start glorifying my Lord and Saviour through thick and thin!
    God bless

    1. Oh, it is so hard thru thick and thin, Tracy! But we are made to glorify Him. Blessed to hear that your heart wants to please Him in all things.

  3. Beautiful, Jolene. And as far as ‘receiving one another,’ I think it is that we need to receive each other more with the mercy and grace of Christ. Set aside your expectations and judgements, just love people where they are.

  4. Good column, Jolene. Those verses really hit home with me. As a Christian I want to glorify God in everything I do, but sometimes it’s easy to forget just what exactly that means. This was a great reminder!

  5. Hi Jolene,
    I can relate to what you are saying here.Giving glory in all situations really does glorify Him
    And when we die especially right now, right here to self, God gets the glory because we become teachable and usable by Him.
    Tanks for sharing,
    your newest FaceBook fan.

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