Sunday, November 28

Good Morning Beautiful Peeps!

My hubby, Bobby and I are new grandparents! Cayden Daniel Shank was born on November 23rd at 9:32 pm CST in MO. He weighed 7 lbs. 7 oz. If you haven’t seen his photo yet it is posted on my wall on Facebook and my blog. He is precious. Looking forward to seeing him in December when we travel to MO.

I hope everyone had an awesome Thanksgiving. I prepared a Thanksgiving feast and our daughter and her family spent the day with us. At midnight I was one of those crazy shoppers that ended up at Wal-Mart fighting 1000 other shoppers for bargains!!! Not sure I will do that again……… And I am very tired of eating turkey……. lol

We are quickly approaching the end of 2010. I don’t know about you but it is hard for me to believe that we have almost completed another year. It seems like time zooms by these days. But with that I find myself thinking often about what I have or have not accomplished in my life this year and also a lot about God’s destiny for Debbie Shank. Can anyone relate?

God has a plan and destiny for each of us but the enemy loves to fill our minds with doubt and confusion. Destiny is a tough word to define by our culture’s standards. We often look at someone who is extremely talented and immediately assume that they will go places in life. Our destiny as Christians is not so easily defined or short-lived. Our journey with Christ is a process which requires unending perseverance, commitment, patience and obedience. For me personally my dreams and ambitions have certainly changed a number of times over the years. As I walk through this season of my life I often wonder what God has in store for me next.
God continues to work a change in our hearts so we can see his hand in all the circumstances of our lives. That is God’s gift to us and sometimes all we see is fog. God has chosen us and he loves us. Our future, no matter how it may look at the present, is safe and secure with Jesus Christ. Even though we may not feel like God is in control that does not change the truth that he is.

Life is full of opportunities. God continues to use each of us daily in ways we cannot fathom. Continue to trust the Lord with every detail of your lives. Even though our destiny is often times not clear, God knows what he is doing.

Have an awesome week dear friends. May you be blessed abundantly throughout this holiday season!

Love and appreciate you,

1 comment:

  1. I enjoyed my visit to your lovely blog. Isn't being a grandparent the best thing ever :-) Wishing you happiness, Katherine


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