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Knowing God Is......

 Faithful, Merciful, Powerful, Gracious, Love, Aware Of My Struggles, , Ready to Forgive, Willing to Help, and The One Who Loves Me. 

I am so glad God is God and I am not.
I have a hard enough time managing my own little world sometimes much less the world of others.
I am an imperfect woman, who falls in this life regardless how many times I try my best to be perfect.
Perfect in my choices? No as I've made my fair share of wrong ones.
Perfect in showing grace to all ?  Honestly here recently that has been a struggle in my life but I am walking through it with in baby steps. 
Perfect in my actions towards others who hurt me? Not really sure how that on is going , but I am striving to do better and show the unconditional love of Christ, as He always shows me. 

The older I get the more I see myself trying to NOT make mistakes. I am determined with everything inside of me to be all I have been created to be, and what I am learning time and time again, I am not perfect nor will I ever be.

I am going to fall in this life. We all do. 
I am going to make mistakes. It's what I learn from them and I how I apply those lessons to my life determines my growth. 
My best intentions may not always be the correct ones, and my emotions may overrule my common sense from time to time, and the bottom line remains; I will be imperfect, but my daddy God will always remain perfect. 

2 Corinthians 12:9
And he said unto me, My grace is sufficient for thee; for my strength is made perfect in weakness. Most gladly therefore will I rather glory in my infirmities, that the power  of Christ may rest upon me.

 Moving into 2016  I will continue be a woman whose trust remains in my daddy God.
A woman who heeds His word, and who seeks Him in my failures and my triumphs.
He will never fail me.

Knowing God Is~



  1. I do LOVE your posts...this one especially.
    I needed to remember how wonderful and all powerful our God is when I get to the end of me ;)
    God Bless you and may the Lord continually reveal Himself to you, and then you will keep sharing with us.

  2. Thank you Mary!! May God continue to bless you and yours! We all are still a work in progress, however we are His work and that is something to be proud of!! Xoxo

  3. Hi Stacey, I feel the same way about mistakes, yes I will keep making them, but I also keep trying not to. The word says we grow from glory to glory. We keep improving, growing, getting there, but then the enemy keeps trying harder too so it does seem as though we haven't gotten anywhere in a hurry, when in fact we have.

    It is by God's grace and mercy that we overcome daily. Great post my friend.

    God bless

    1. Thank you my precious friend!! I am so blessed to have your continuous prayers, support and love in our journey of life!! God bless you!!!

  4. Im just now getting back into reading blogs, and I have really missed yours! Love you precious friend!


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