Category: Musing

Four Things I Want In My Life

I don’t do New Year resolutions and haven’t for quite some time. And yet here I am going to post a list of things that I’d like to either achieve, work on or try. But don’t be fooled into thinking it has anything to do with the New Year. It’s just timing.

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God Delights In Us

God delights in us. Our lives don’t have to be full of rigidity, somberness and dull faces. We can live life! And have fun. We are allowed to enjoy life! In fact, He wants us to. He is pleasured when he watches us living and enjoying life within the environment He has provided for us.

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More Thought And Less Talk

The more I’ve experienced the more I have learned. Since gaining life experience I have more questions and less answers. More pondering. Which, in turn, leads me to say less.

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Receiving Christ

There is a difference between hearing about, believing in Christ and receiving Him. Only those who receive Him become God’s children. Jesus is the only way to God. What does it mean to receive Jesus? “But as many as received Him, to them He gave the right to become children of God…” John 1:12

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Bearing Witness of Christ

He was not the light, but came to bear witness about the light. John was merely the forerunner who announced the coming Messiah. Like John, we bear witness to the light but it is Christ in us which shines! Everyone that sees us – sees a few gleams of the true Light.

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Who Should We Follow

I’m a Christian, a homeschooler, a Christian homeschooler. I’m all this and much, much more. But I’m also none of those things. I do not like labels. I don’t like to ‘follow’ or adhere to any particular preaching or teaching. However, for those who really need labels to help define a site or person it might be said that I lean toward a Puritan, Reformed and Calvinistic mindset. You can see my thoughts here on even calling myself a Christian! Why do we need labels? Why do we feel the need to rally together under any other banner other than Christ?

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Random Quote

Live life! Tidy the house, do laundry, cook, visit friends, volunteer, knit, sew, read books, watch documentaries, visit the museum and art gallery, play at the park, go for a picnic, wash the dog, dance to music, watch a movie, visit Nanna and Poppy, celebrate, decorate, garden, clean the car, visit the library, go to the farmer’s market, read a poem, read the Bible, sing, pray. Live a full life with your kids.

— Susan Priolo
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