Stations of the Cross in Groom,Texas

Stations of the Cross in Groom,Texas
Reason I Live

Friday, March 6, 2009

All things completed in Christ

We have come to the waters from all parts of the world to pause,reflect and relax in the Word of God. Jesus is here in our hearts to remind us that he helps us when we ask.

Philippians 4:13 for I can do everything God asks me to with the help of Christ who gives me the strength and power.

This ends the study of Who I Am In Christ and we have learned that we are accepted, secure and significant. We know who we are and where we are going. We have been given purpose and the tools to hear and obey.

This past week, I have thrown myself into a whirlwind of activity concerning writing. I prayed to keep my priorities in order so that things will get completed and out at several publishers requests, that also included writing about Maggie and writing thank you cards to all the wonderful people involved in my writing. Their support has been of those fall on your knees moments! NO....not like American Idol lately!

Last night Channel 13, a Colorado television station came to interview Maggie and the family. It turned out perfect and Maggie and Jake were sooo cute. Maggie's story has also been picked up by local newspapers and that is a good thing. Helps me learn and experience more marketing skills and also gets the word out to thousands of people how important it is to stay together when you are outside.

For those of you who don't know, Maggie, a little long haired beagle, was mauled badly by three coyotes. This happened in the middle of the day at the bottom step of the wooden deck at their home. I posted on previous blogs but thought if you missed them, that is a re-cap. I'll post her picture today too. It could have easily been our three year old,grand son, Jake. The vet said he would not have lived such a terrible ordeal.

Please feel free to comment. I am praying about where God wants this blog to go next. I am still learning about all the different things I can do. I enjoy others and so will continue to encourage writers and write of the waters.

Blessings to all,
Paulette Harris