Over a decade ago, I read a lovely book set in Atlanta called The Swan House. I immediately connected with the story, having traveled often to Atlanta to visit family, even having visited the location where the novel was set. I loved Elizabeth’s later novels, as well. Her stories don’t shy away from tough issues, so I am looking forward to reading her latest work. I just had to invite her to share about it with all of us here!
God has given many people to stand as examples—witnesses of His faithfulness—to me throughout the course of my life. Witnesses I’ve relied upon for wise counsel when my puny, less than mustard seed-sized faith, couldn’t find the way.
Ah, confidence is to be sure of the Truth. Confidence comes from knowing! When you know the Truth, confidence comes so easy, and it straightforwardly persuades boldness to accompany.
Some lessons learned are taught in the most unusual ways when you least expect them. I had one on embracing stress, fear, worry, and anxiety over things that never come to fruition. And even if they do, God still takes care of me.
I couldn’t help but think there was a hidden God moment. Something profound that God wanted me to see while making cookies. What I came away with was this: