I recently read this quote attributed to Oswald Chambers
Lord, I am trying to get there. Trying to reach the place where I don’t tell you how big my mountains are, but tell my mountains how big you are! How I know you can handle every problem that comes my way.
In an effort to succeed at this and I am going to start counting my gifts publicly again. I got away from this a year or so ago. I seemed to be distracted by just writing something down…I was MISSING THE GIFTS in an effort to make a list.
Picking up where I left off…
632. new adventures.
633. son back safely from his vacation.
625. blogging friends that encourage me.
626. fun thrift finds.
627. new car.
628. husband that cooks.
629. special friends.
630. blessings that come to me in surprising ways.
631. special e-mails.
632. beautiful sunsets.
634. marking things off my to do list.
635. Ann Taylor sale.
Do you count your gifts? Does it change your perspective? I know it changes mine.
How about telling God what to do…do you do that? Or am I the only person that tries to tell him what to do?
Linking, once again, with Ann for Multitude Mondays.