Power Friday-from Coffee Hour @ Chicklit Power

Coffee Hour @ Chicklit Power...

Coffee Hour @ Chicklit Power…

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Welcome to our first Power Friday for 2014. This is a fun, and hopefully thought-provoking series that I started last year. Our Power Fridays will consist of one “power” thought or what I call a mini-download that He gives me and maybe a paragraph or two of where it came from and/or the circumstances surrounding it with the intention of bringing it alive for you, from my heart to yours. So grab your coffee and come on in for just a few minutes.

This week’s power thought re-entered the hallway of my heart, echoing loudly with truth after spending six of the first eight days of January in the hospital. No matter what you are going through, this truth will splash perspective and help get you through . . . if you practice it.

The bridge between panic and peace is prayer!

I don’t know about you, but I tend to pray for others more than I do myself! Wading through medical uncertainty has reminded me of the necessity to pray for myself, for prayer is the instrument used in the boat of life to get us from panic to peace.

Cross the bridge, friend and know that He cares about all that concerns you!



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2 Responses to “Power Friday-from Coffee Hour @ Chicklit Power”

  1. Jan Bachelor says:

    Like it very much. Great power in prayer. It does take us over every obstacle that is in the path of ourselves and others. We do neglect praying for ourselves. Let’s all cross that bridge to peace through prayer it moves the hand of God. “We have not because we ask not.” I’m asking Him and He always answers, “Yes, and Amen”.

  2. Pamela Edwards says:

    You’re so right Kimmie…I remember back in 2008 through the end of 2011 that is EXACTLY what got me through all my medical issues and life changing events. IBD (inflammatory bowel diseas and breast cancer to radical hysterectomy) Not knowing if I’d pull through any one of them but GOD saw me through it all and I give HIM all the glory and honor in my life. He has totally changed the way I look at my life and others I allow to be in my life for the better. It has certainly been a life altering change…still in the process of cleaning out my trunk, as you would say and getting rid of all the toxic things and people in my life that has done nothing but try to drag me down. I’m just so thankful to be alive and moving forward in the most POSITIVE WAY I can. Always being THANKFUL And GRATEFUL for EVERYTHING that comes my way even when I’m not always sure where it may take us…Love you for being so open. Love you so much