Friday, October 17, 2014

If You Fall {An Encouraging Word for the Autumn Season}

These past two weeks have been crazy for me.  I can't believe that October is half way over.  My family took a Fall break from homeschool last week.  Sometimes a little break is needed.  Then, this week, my Father had shoulder surgery and thank the Lord, he is doing well.  Praise God!  Thank you for your continued prayers for his quick recovery.   I feel great to be back.  I missed connecting with you all.  

Well, it's officially Fall now!  And soon it will be November.   

As this beautiful autumn season progresses, I ponder this simple question: 

Are we falling in love more with our Lord Jesus? 

Are we falling away? 

Our time and attention can easily be taken away by the things of this world.  We need to daily take time for a self-evaluation.  A heart check.  
Have you fallen lately or feel defeated in some way? 

As a mom, you can beat yourself up.  As a wife, you can feel like you don't measure up.  Ever been there before?   We all fall short of the glory of God, Romans 3: 23 tells us, but there is a way!  Oh yes, there is a way my friend.   Jesus is the way, the truth and the life and no one can come to the Father except through Him (John 14:6).  For He is the only ONE who can raise you up and raise you up again.  

Jesus, our first love has never left us.  Yet, Have we forsaken him? 

The good news is that even if you fall, you can get back up again.  His loving arms are always extended toward you, waiting for you to take his hand.   No matter how far you've run from Him, you can come back.   He says, "Lean on my everlasting arms".  Every fault, or failure; trial or trouble, nothing is too big to keep us from the love of God.  

As I watch every leaf that falls from the tree and lands on the crisp dewy ground, I will remember to clutch ever so tightly to my Lord and hold on.  Falling in love with Him more every moment of every day.  

May this be an encouraging reminder for you during this autumn season . . . 

If you FALL 

Jesus will help you up again.
He Never LEAVES you 
or forsakes you
He Loves you with an 
Everlasting Love. 

Blessings and Shalom

  P.S.  How is your life in October going?  Are the leaves showing their colorama where you live?  

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Wednesday, October 1, 2014

Princess Bride Bible Study: Chapter Three {Crowning Beauty}

Welcome to Women in the Word, a community of women joining together at the Little Pink Casa every Wednesday for a season to study the Word of God.   

Today at the Little Pink Casa, we are discussing Chapter Three:  Crowning Beauty.  Even if you aren't feeling or looking much like a Princess Bride today, don't worry.  You are getting a makeover-a heart makeover.  Grab your Bible and share this devotional with a girlfriend.  

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Every girl dreams of being a Princess.   

What do you think is the favorite part about being a Princess?   

Did you ever watch a beauty pageant?  My favorite part was at the end when they announced the winner and placed that really big bedazzled crown on top of her big hair style.  Hey, it was the 1980’s.  There was something about that moment.  After they placed the crown on her head, she looked different . . . so royal, so regal   . . . as if that crown was meant for her to wear all along.   The “Miss America” song was sung and she took her first walk down the runway as the new crowning beauty.  

What’s the one thing a Princess wears that sets her apart from the crowd? 

A crown.  

When I was a little girl, I took dance lessons at a dance studio where I studied tap and jazz.   I was nine years old, when a beauty pageant organization sent a scout to my dance studio looking for participants.    While my mom sat in the waiting room, she started to chat with one of the scouts.  That day, after jazz class, my  mom excitedly asked me if I wanted to be in a beauty pageant.  She was convinced and confident I could win.  The thought of it excited me but also scared me silly.   I was a very extremely shy introvert who was not used to being in the spotlight.   However,  something tugged at my heart, edged me on and I agreed.  I began to train and prepare myself for the pageant.  

The day came and girlfriend was I beyond nervous!  Yet, I did everything as I had rehearsed.  I never expected to win anything.  I was just going through the motions.  I guess at the time, I didn’t really understand what I was doing, but I knew my mom believed in me.  That’s all that mattered.  

So did I win?  You are probably waiting for me to get to that part, right? 

To my surprise, I heard my name called out as the winner of the Cinderella Beauty category.  

The next thing I knew, a past Miss Cinderella winner was placing a crown on my head and a beautiful sash over my shoulder.  A trophy was placed down at my feet.   It was all too surreal.  I remember I could see my mom from the audience crying and trying to take pictures of me at the same time.  

For that one crowning moment, I was a Princess.  

In fact, that experience left such an impression on me that I made sure I kept my crown, sash and trophy with me throughout my entire life (I have a story about this, I’ll tell you later).  I sure didn’t know that the Lord would use these items 30 years later and I’d be sharing this story with you today.  

I tell you this, not to brag about winning a beauty pageant.  I tell you this, to remind you that deep down inside you are that girl- a Crowning Beauty.   Reigning in your moment.  Innocent, beautiful and royal.  

In God’s eyes, you are a Princess Bride crowned with righteousness. 

Revelation 3: 11 says, 
I am coming soon; hold on to what you have, so that no one will take away your crown.  

Let’s open our Bible to Esther 1: 10 
On the seventh day, when the king was in high spirits from the wine, he ordered Mehuman, Bizta, Harvona, Bigta, Avagta, Zetar and Karkas, the seven officers who attended him, 11 to bring Queen Vashti before the king with the royal crown, in order to show the people and the officials her beauty, for she was indeed a good-looking woman. 12 But Queen Vashti refused to come at the order of the king, which he had sent through his officers. This enraged the king — his anger blazed inside him.

During this celebration, Queen Vashti for some reason refused to go see her King. She was the Queen, and although she was a crowning beauty, she lacked something.  She lacked obedience.   In the end, she lost her crown, and was vanished from the kingdom.  (Esther 1: 19) 
Then, there was a young Jewish girl named Esther, a orphan girl who was a true Princess Bride in the making.   As destiny plays out, her role as Queen is defined. 
The day came after much preparation.  The biggest beauty pageant of them all.  Who would the King choose to be his new Queen?  Who will be the new Queen of Persia? 
For such a time as this. (Esther 4:14) 
Esther had her crowning moment as she stood before her King.  Everything she trained for and prepared for set her in perfect position.  A position of obedience. 
Esther 2:17  tells us, “The king liked Esther more than any of his wives; none of the other virgins obtained such favor and approval from him. So he put the royal crown on her head and made her queen in place of Vashti”

There are many reasons why God handpicked Esther for this position,  but one is critical. 
To save her people from death, including herself. 
Esther had to choose whether she would trust God and be obedient to His call or not.  Even facing death as an option, for the Bible tells us she spoke, “If I perish, I perish” (Esther 4:16).  Yet, she remained obedient.
That’s not the end of the story.  For she had favor with the King.  In her courageous boldness, she walked as a Princess Bride into the King’s courts wearing her crown with authority, yet clothed in humility.  
The King grants her requests and sees her for who she is- his Queen.  
All because of a crown.  
Did you know, you are a Princess Bride and one day you will be crowned? 
2 Timothy 4: 8 says, “All that awaits me now is the crown of righteousness which the Lord, “the Righteous Judge,” will award to me on that Day — and not only to me, but also to all who have longed for him to appear”.  

The Lord sees you adorned in beauty, wearing your garment of holiness, topped with a crown of righteousness.  However, there are so many things in this life that may try to take your crown.  Don’t lose it!  We must remain righteous during this time of preparation for the Lord’s soon return.  

A Princess Bride perseveres through temptation 
James 1:12 says, How blessed is the man who perseveres through temptation! For after he has passed the test, he will receive as his crown the Life which God has promised to those who love him.

Acting in humility and staying humble before our God will give you a reward.  Psalm 149:4 tells us "for Adonai takes delight in his people,
he crowns the humble with salvation"

Like Esther, even when facing death, your crown will be rewarded. 
Don’t be afraid of what you are about to suffer. Look, the Adversary is going to have some of you thrown in prison, in order to put you to the test; and you will face an ordeal for ten days. Remain faithful, even to the point of death; and I will give you life as your crownRevelation 2:10 

Worldly trophies and awards will pass away, but our crown will last forever.   
1 Corinthians 9:25 says, “Now every athlete in training submits himself to strict discipline, and he does it just to win a laurel wreath that will soon wither away. But we do it to win a crown that will last forever”

As a Princess Bride, you must contend for your crown of righteousness.  Keep the faith, and be courageous in a time like today, where fear is not an option.  For you will be a glorious crown in the hand of Adonai, a royal diadem held by your God. (Isaiah 62:3) 

One day, soon and very soon, you and I will complete this wedding trouseau.  On that day, we will stand with our King Redeemer.  For I know, my Redeemer lives! 

Don’t be afraid to wear you crown.  For, you are a Crowning Beauty in His eyes.  

Heart Check 
Are there some things or events in your life that has knocked you down?  While falling down, did your crown fall off?  Maybe you think you lost your crown?  Maybe you are pretending to wear one, but it really isn’t there?  Are you wearing your crown crooked?  It’s time to go before the Father, and seek His face.  Turn from your sinful ways and ask forgiveness for the sin that is keeping you from attaining a crown of righteousness.  Seek righteousness, ask God to empower you through His Holy Spirit to equip you for such a time as this.  You are a Princess Bride in the making and He is making you oh so beautiful.  

Have you accepted Jesus' proposal to be King of your heart? 
Now is the time to make Him Lord of your life.  

Blessings and Shalom

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Monday, September 29, 2014

MM: Marriage Monday {Run the Marriage Race-Don't Lag Behind}

Hebrews 12: 1-2 
Therefore, since we have so great a cloud of witnesses surrounding us, let us also lay aside every encumbrance and the sin which so easily entangles us, and let us run with endurance the race that is set before us, fixing our eyes on Jesus, the author and perfecter of faith, who for the joy set before Him endured the cross, despising the shame, and has sat down at the right hand of the throne of God.
Growing a Godly marriage can be similar to running a great race.  In the beginning, you begin your marriage journey with energy, excitement and great expectation.  There is no doubt, you and your husband are in this race to win.  

Then, something happens.   Life.  

How do you run this marriage race with endurance and finish the course?  

Follow me over to "A Little R & R" where I am guest posting today and see how you can run and win this marriage race of faith.  


Blessings and Shalom, 

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Monday, September 22, 2014

MM: Marriage Monday {How to Love Your Husband God's Way}

Can we be honest today?  

Let's talk about Love and marriage.  

The world tells us to "love yourself".  Be better than others. 

The world asks, "What have you done for me lately?". 

Sometimes in your marriage, you may find yourself asking this same question to your husband?  

Have you taken out the trash? 
Have you listened to me? 
Have you helped me with the kids today? 
Have you? . . . you get the picture.  

A marriage built on the world's definition of love will fail.  

Yet, on our marriage journey, we can become so consumed with the things of this world, the day to day grind.  Issues, drama, life, marriage.  We can easily invite ourselves to the pity party and stay there a very long time.   That's a party you don't want to attend and if you are there, it's time to leave.  

1 Corinthians 13: 4 tells us, 
Love is patient and kind, not jealous, not boastful, 

To love your husband more than yourself is a big request when you have a "me" mentality. However, humility is the key to opening your heart to love your husband more than yourself.   

During the early years of my marriage, I found that when my husband asked me to do something for him, or he failed to do something for me, I became impatient and unkind.   The tears flowed down my cheeks and before I knew it, we were yelling at each other.  Our relationship had become like a competition.  We acted like we were enemies on opposite teams.   My heart slowly grew bitter.  I couldn't understand.  I used to be such a sweet person?  

You see, in the beginning, I had set myself up for failure.  Going into the marriage, I had great expectations.  I thought our marriage was immune to disappointment.  I based our relationship on conditions.  

I knew deep down, I loved my husband, yet my passion to serve him lacked.  

I needed a heart change.  I needed a servant's heart.  

The Bible tells us that, greater love has no one than this: to lay down one’s life for one’s friends. (John 15:13).   Laying down my life for my husband?  I knew I couldn't do this on my own.  I needed the power of the Holy Spirit to work through me.   I started by asking forgiveness to God and Ruben.   I began to respond to Ruben's requests in a humble and loving manner.   I thought, before I spoke.  

One of the attributes of the Proverbs 31 woman is kindness and it is on her tongue.  

Proverbs 31: 26 
She openeth her mouth with wisdom; And the law of kindness is on her tongue.

I made a decision.  I chose to love Ruben no matter what.  I changed my thoughts and attitude.  My actions changed and I changed.  My passion to serve Ruben began to grow and my desire to have a servant's heart became bigger than me.  

A Servant's Heart gives, but a worldly heart takes away.  

Having a servant's heart is being like our Lord Jesus, for He gave His life for a dying world. He gave His life for a self-centered and self-righteous world. 

He gave His life for a selfish and self-righteous wife.  Yup, sometimes, I'm that girl.  

Can you imagine our Father God asking us, "What have you done for me lately?".  

He has every right to ask, yet he doesn't.  

Instead, He loves us with an unconditional love.  

The Bible describes this love as agape love and the word in Hebrew is called, hesed.  Love that is kind and faithful.  Eternal and Enduring.  -Undeserved Love.  

Kindness and faithful love (hesed) pursue me every day of my life.  I make my home in the house of Yahweh for all time to come.  
Psalm 23:6

Now, let's look at 1 Corinthians 13: 4 again.  This time, applying it to your marriage and making it a declaration:  

-My Love for my husband is patient.   
I am patient toward my husband as God is patient toward me. 

-My Love for my husband is kind.  
I am kind to my husband as God is kind toward me.  

-My Love for my husband is not jealous and not boastful.   

As a daughter of the King, I want to be in the presence of God's hesed-love every day of my life.  

I desire to give out-hesed.  

I want hesed-love overflowing from my heart to pour out on my husband.  

I want to love my husband as my Heavenly Father loves me- God's way! 

Heart Check:  What are some ways you can show love (hesed) to your husband today? .  

Blessings and Shalom

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Wednesday, September 17, 2014

Princess Bride Bible Study: Chapter Two {It's All About the Dress}

Welcome to Women in the Word, a community of women joining together at the Little Pink Casa every Wednesday for a season to study the Word of God.   

Today at the Little Pink Casa, we are discussing chapter two:  It’s All About the Dress!  Even if you aren’t feeling or looking much like a Princess Bride today, don’t worry.  You are getting a makeover - a heart makeover!  Grab your Bible and Share this devotional with a girlfriend. 

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What’s the first thing a woman does after accepting the wedding proposal?  Besides tell the whole world the good news?  

She goes shopping!  The hunt is on to find the perfect wedding dress.  It’s all about the dress! 

Did you know, during the late 19th century,  the tradition of a wearing a white wedding dress began?  Within the last century, the white wedding dress has become the highlight or staple of the bridal’s trouseau.  Go on Pinterest and you’ll see a galore of wedding dress boards.  

Do you have a wedding dress?  Maybe you dream about one?  

When I became engaged to Ruben, I dreamed of the perfect wedding dress.   I knew exactly what I wanted.  I couldn’t wait to find it.  The picture you see is actually my wedding dress-sixteen years later to this day.  The style of my wedding dress was vintage Victorian.   I loved that dress!  Even now, as I look at it, tears come to my eyes.  For it reminds me of a Bride who has been redeemed and who is ready to meet Her King. 

Then, I think of another story, Cinderella.  We know this story all too well.  The girl who went from rags to riches because she was dressed for the part.  We are captivated by her transformation from a peasant to a Princess.  But, the story goes. . .

When the clock strikes midnight, she’ll be gone. 

Open your Bibles to Matthew 25:  1-13 

The Kingdom of Heaven at that time will be like ten bridesmaids who took their lamps and went out to meet the groom. 2 Five of them were foolish and five were sensible. 3 The foolish ones took lamps with them but no oil, 4 whereas the others took flasks of oil with their lamps. 5 Now the bridegroom was late, so they all went to sleep. 6 It was the middle of the night when the cry rang out, ‘The bridegroom is here! Go out to meet him!’ 7 The girls all woke up and prepared their lamps for lighting. 8 The foolish ones said to the sensible ones, ‘Give us some of your oil, because our lamps are going out.’ 9 ‘No,’ they replied, ‘there may not be enough for both you and us. Go to the oil dealers and buy some for yourselves.’ 10 But as they were going off to buy, the bridegroom came. Those who were ready went with him to the wedding feast, and the door was shut. 11 Later, the other bridesmaids came. ‘Sir! Sir!’ they cried, ‘Let us in!’ 12 But he answered, ‘Indeed! I tell you, I don’t know you!’ 13 So stay alert, because you know neither the day nor the hour. 

In Matthew chapter 25 verse 10, Jesus tells us that those wise brides or virgins who were ready, went with him to the wedding feast, and the door was shut.  The brides were waiting, they were awake, they were hopeful and they had plenty of oil to keep the light aglow.  

Last week, we talked about the proposal between the Bridegroom and the Bride.  The bridegroom leaves to prepare a place for her, and the bride waits and makes herself ready. 

From the time she drank the cup, she was different.  
She was called consecrated, set apart, bought with a price.  She is not her own.  

Before a Princess Bride meets her Bridegroom, she must be dressed for the part.  

A Bride does not dream of walking down the aisle in rags or even a soiled dress?  
For that was her old nature.  

Isaiah 64: 6 says, But we are all like an unclean thing, And all our righteousnesses are like filthy rags; We all fade as a leaf, And our iniquities, like the wind, Have taken us away.

The Princess Bride wears White for she is a new creation in Christ. 

When we accepted Jesus proposal to be His Bride, we were washed and redeemed in His blood.   For He has put off my rags and clothed me in gladness (Psalm 31:11).  

Jesus is coming back for His Princess Bride who is holy and without blemish.  

What does this look like? 

Ephesians 5: 27 tells usso as to present the church to himself in splendor, without a spot or wrinkle or anything of the kind—yes, so that she may be holy and without blemish.

2 Peter 3: 11-14  tells us                                                                                                               
Since everything is going to be destroyed like this, what kind of people should you be? You should lead holy and godly lives, 12 as you wait for the Day of God and work to hasten its coming. That Day will bring on the destruction of the heavens by fire, and the elements will melt from the heat; 13 but we, following along with his promise, wait for new heavens and a new earth,[b] in which righteousness will be at home. 14 Therefore, dear friends, as you look for these things, do everything you can to be found by him without spot or defect and at peace. 
Being holy includes our thoughts, actions, heart motivations and our obedience towards God.  
1 Peter 1: 13-16 tells us
13 Therefore, get your minds ready for work, keep yourselves under control, and fix your hopes fully on the gift you will receive when Yeshua the Messiah is revealed. 14 As people who obey God, do not let yourselves be shaped by the evil desires you used to have when you were still ignorant. 15 On the contrary, following the Holy One who called you, become holy yourselves in your entire way of life; 16 since the Tanakh says,
“You are to be holy because I am holy.”

 As a Princess Bride wears her wedding dress, she is Clothed in Righteousness.  

The Hebrew bride worked on preparing her trousseau, getting ready.  This was the time when she sewed and prepared her special garment and veil.  If she went out during the day, she wore her veil so others would know she was spoken for.  

Romans 13: 14 says, 
Instead, clothe yourselves with the Lord Yeshua the Messiah; and don’t waste your time thinking about how to provide for the sinful desires of your old nature.

Collisions 3: 12 tells us 
Therefore, as God's chosen people, holy and dearly loved, clothe yourselves with compassion, kindness, humility, gentleness and patience.

The Princess Bride’s wedding dress symbolizes purity, holiness and salvation.  As we clothe ourselves in holiness, the world will see that we are set apart.  We shine bright with the light of Jesus in us.  A Princess Bride adorned in beauty. 

Isaiah 61:10  
I will greatly rejoice in the Lord, My soul shall be joyful in my God; For He has clothed me with the garments of salvation, He has covered me with the robe of righteousness, As a bridegroom decks himself with ornaments, And as a bride adorns herself with her jewels.

I am reminded of an old song sung by Twila Paris, “How beautiful is the body of Christ”.   Are we ready?  Can we stand before our King, wearing our wedding dress of holiness, being spotless, blameless and beautiful in His eyes?  

Stand firm beloved, keeping ourselves pure for our Bridegroom, even in a impure world until He returns for us.  

For He is coming soon.  Behold the Bridegroom cometh! 

-The clock will strike midnight, and she’ll be gone! 

Heart Check
Unforgiveness, bitterness, jealousy, envy, strife, lust, worldliness, lies of the enemy . . . so many things can soil your wedding dress.  

This is the time for you to take to sit with your Master, at His feet.  Ask Him to search your heart.  If you need delieverance, receive it right now.  Ask God to deliver you.  If you need forgiveness, ask the Lord to forgive you.   Renounce the things of your past, your secrets, your sin.  Don’t let your sin keep you as a peasant wearing rags.  But, repent and be set free.  Dress the part.  You are a Princess Bride in the making and He is making you beautiful.  In His time.  

Have you accepted Jesus' proposal to be King of your heart? 
Now is the time to make Him Lord of your life.  

Blessings and Shalom

The Bible verses used in the study are from:  Complete Jewish Bible (CJB)

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Tuesday, September 16, 2014

My Messy Beautiful Love Review and Giveaway!

  In my last Marriage Monday post I wrote about how marriage can get messy, but it's through God's grace that marriage is beautiful.   I've been reading Darlene Schacht' new book, Messy Beautiful Love and honestly, I can't tell you enough how this book is anointed to nourish and save marriages.  Including my own.   To be honest, this is the first book of Darlene's that I was blessed to read.  I've read her posts from her Time Warp Wife blog, but reading a book like this is exhilarating, humbling and empowering.  

Oh my, I was definitely challenged. This isn't your average Christian marriage book that gives you a cookie cutter outline or even a "everything's coming up roses in your marriage" thesis. 

Messy Beautiful Love is raw in all it's gentleness.  Sincere in all it's flaws.  Real.  As real as real gets ladies.  

Marriage enrichment is a key to growing a Godly marriage.
On my marriage journey, I have learned, that you never arrive in your relationship.  Just when you think you have a great marriage, well . . . watch out.  Just when you think you've learned all you need to know about marriage enrichment, don't stop.   Just when you think you've been to enough marriage conferences, read enough marriage books to open your own bookstore . . . you haven't done enough.  

Growing a Godly marriage is an ongoing process.  You can never outgrow or never learn too much.    Never say never.  :) Darlene's heart felt story of her own marriage journey intertwined with Biblical truths challenged me to be a better wife.   

A God-fearing wife.  A wife that may not have it all together, but with God's love, I can.  

A Forgiven wife.   Because God's grace is sufficient for me. It's never too late.  

My Husband's Bride.  I shine bright in my husband's eyes, when He sees Jesus in me.   

Messy Beautiful Love has challenged me to walk in humility.  Submitting to God as I submit to my husband.  It may not be easy, yet I want to please God first.  Through Christ,  I can do anything.     

Thank you Darlene for following God's call and mission for sharing your story.  I know now, that I am not alone.  I believe and pray that many women's hearts will be healed and marriages changed when they read this book, all for the glory of God! 

Women in the Word, we will be doing a book study on Messy Beautiful Love in the future, so this is a great time to purchase your book and study guide.  

Official Launch Day is here! 
It's been a fun countdown, but today is the day!  Messy Beautiful Love is available to purchase now!  If you haven't ordered your copy yet, you can order it here.   It's so worth it ladies!  Don't wait.  

Messy Beautiful Love Giveaway
The journey of being on Darlene's book launch team has truly been a blessing.  As a thank you, Darlene wants to bless one of my Little Pink Casa readers with a free paperback copy of Messy Beautiful Love:  Hope and Redemption for Real-Life Marriages.   Can you just stand it?!  Ok, jump and down!

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