a promise

To keep a promise, sometimes we just need to return to our roots and trust God with child-like faith. Jesus doesn’t call us to return to our immaturity as fleshly beings (literal children), but rather in our spiritual maturity to realize that what is needed is a faith that is simple and elemental. With this type of faith we are easy to be around. It is uncomplicated and free of selfishness. Toiling for our rights and our own way is replaced with trust, humility, love and forgiveness.

It’s simply done with a choice to turn my heart towards my husband, instead of away from him.

God is not responsible for this choice.

My husband will not be accountable for this choice.

I alone, am the one with the power to choose it.

 ~ Happy  New Year ~



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