I decided to start this blog (2010) because my son, John-Robert gave me a One Year Bible for Christmas, the New Living Translation... reading it has changed my life... I post a daily Bible verse on my Facebook page every day and it has been well received... I thought that this would be a wonderful way to share part of what I read each day!... I hope that you enjoy it.

This Year 2012 I am going to do things a little different... not much...just a little. I am again reading through my One Year Bible (for the 3rd time). But I am also using "The Secret Power of Speaking God's Word" by Joyce Meyer. This book is divided by putting scriptures under different categories so they can be used to speak over our life situations. Each day I will read a category of scripture and pick a scripture in that category to write about.



Thursday, March 31, 2011


Luke 9:15-17  So the people all sat down.  Jesus took the five loaves and two fish, looked up toward heaven, and blessed them. Then, breaking the loaves into pieces, he kept giving the bread and fish to the disciples so they could distribute it to the people. They all (5000) ate as much as they wanted, and afterward, the disciples picked up twelve baskets of leftovers!

My Thoughts
I read this verse this morning and thought of gas...and the gas prices... The highter the gas prices get the more we all complain and the less we can aford it.  I thought what if we were to look up to heaven every time we put gas in our cars and thank God for our cars that get us to work and to play... what if we ask God to bless the gas that went into our cars each time we put  that gas in our cars... what if we treated gas like it was the gift from God that it is instead of always being upset because it was becoming so expensive?  What if??  I have never, ever thought to thank God for the gas in my car..have you?  Imagine as a nation if each and every person prayed blessing over the gas that went in their car... if we all thanked God each time we fill up ... imagine how life would change!

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