Are you a treasure hunter? When you were a child did you ever dream of finding a buried treasure? If we adjust our vision we can see treasures all around us. From the smell of flowers, to laughter, to the sunshine out our windows, to cleaning a house and the feeling of accomplishment afterwards. We can find a treasure in all things if we look hard enough. It may not be the equivalent of gold, or jewels that we hear about in story books, but in reality it can be so much more.
We can even find treasures amidst the hard. Just like the oyster suffers discomfort when sand forms into a precious pearl, our lives go through the same process. The hard in our lives transforms us into the person God wants us to be, one grain at a time. Are you suffering any type of hard situation in your life right now? Look closer and watch the pearl being formed right before your eyes. Be treasure hunters this week my friends. You’ll never know what you might find.
This year we are counting 1000 treasures at a Holy Experience,
won’t you join us?
Also take a moment to join us for Gratituesday at Heavenly Homemakers!
270. The smell of lilacs.
271. Talking on the phone with a bloggy friend.
272. The ability to dream God sized dreams.
273. Listening to my husband and son’s fishing stories.
274. My son’s birthday.
275. Seeing my son smile.
276. Going to lunch at my son’s favorite restaurant.
277. Cake and ice cream.
278. My daughter’s gentle spirit.
279. Impromptu dates with my husband.
280. Learning to trust God for outcomes, whether good or bad, as I wait for my doctor’s appointment.
Please join us tomorrow for part 1 of
“What I Wish I Would of Known 20 Years Ago~ Marriage and Motherhood”
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