Today’s Five minute Friday prompt word is How. You can join in the fun here: https://fiveminutefriday.com

How do I even start a post with a word like how?

How many times God do you hear the word how? Question after question, do we even listen and wait for an answer.

I am a grateful child that God doesn’t keep scores and tallies when I ask again “how many times will I mess up before I get it right?”

Your patience God is thankfully abundant. Your slow to anger and rich in love.

Does it even matter if I get my mission slightly wrong, as long as how I did the mission was for you and not me. As long as I did the mission reflecting your light and love?

How my day goes today may be up to me and how I choose to look at every situation that arises. The important thing is that I put you, God in the centre today and hope that some people will look at me and ask in a positive way….. How does she do that? For then maybe I get the chance, an open door to tell them its all my God.

9 thoughts on “FMF – How!

  1. Yes, may we live in such a way that others will ask, “How does she do that?” And may the answer be quick to point to Him! Blessings!

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  2. “How my day goes may be up to me and how I look at every situation that arises” is up to me also. This is so true. I am hoping to hang this one statement up somewhere in my house. I need to remind myself of this every day. Thank you for your words of wisdom.
    Terri D
    # 7 FMF

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  3. Last night I cried to my husband, literally wept “how do I do this?” I have a looming deadline – 75% of my time has passed and only 25% of my work has been done. I was feeling the pressure. I knew he couldn’t help. He didn’t understand the specifics of my task, but He listened, and we talked through what he understood. He didn’t solve my problem, but I felt better. God doesn’t always solve our problems the way we wish He would, but He is compassionate like my husband was. That is how.
    (Pray for me. I still have to finish my assignment today. Ha ha.)

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  4. Putting God in the center is key, isn’t it? I have to be careful not to put myself and my wants there. Thank you for your encouraging words.

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