Wednesday, March 5, 2014

Is a Blue Bird to come into our life???? ROSIE TWO ROADTREK

We jumped the gun and bought a small trailer in Aug.  

It is not good always to do spontaneous things...

We went on a four week trip and was not to happy with pulling a trailer.  Not that there is anything wrong with that.  But we were so used to our Rosie Road trek.  

We had Rosie (Our Roadtrek for three or four years and love love loved her)  She was awesome fun.  Even just going to town. 

But  She did not have hot water, shower and had a queen size bed.  We really missed these amenities...  although it was doable. 

                        LJ Nyla and Rosie..............

Well it has been a long long winter.  So we were thinking of selling our  145 Jayco trailer and looking for another Roadtrek..  looked and looked and looked for months. Since last Jan almost daily... Nothing ran a bell we looked everywhere.    (On Craigslist, Dealers,Etc)

Finally last week we prayed if we did not find one by Sat of this week we were going to stop the search.  Thinking this may be what would happen. 

Than Up flew this  Bluebird (Blue Roadtrek)
 ( crazy we already named her...never really even seen her yet................  but    
She is an Blue Roadtrek. 

We are trying not to get real excited and trusting if this is the one for us everything will work out. 

 We are traveling a few hours to see her in a week or so. 

 Isn't life Amazing?  Just when we are about to give up on something... things change in a min.  We are trusting the Lord to show us the way and guide us.  Praying for His wisdom.  

So we will see in the next few weeks if this is our direction ...  

Life is good. 

 God is good...all the time..

We are OK if we do 

                      and also OK if we do not get her. 
So you will have to check back and see how this story ends. 

              My personal study 30/30 notes for me...

OK now back  to James and my 30/30 challenge...  
I am really hearing to keep my mouth shut.. and not talk so much... to listen more than talking...  we have two ears and one mouth so just maybe.... maybe 
we are to listen twice as much as talk?????  
notes to me from today: James chapter three....

1. Ship is controlled by small rudder
2.  Small spark can start a huge fire.
3. no man can tame the tongue..
4. Never knew or thought about it but there are two kinds of wisdom.....  earthly wisdom envy and selfish ambition,  and heavenly wisdom... pure; then peace-loving,considerate, submissive, full of mercy and good fruit, impartial and sincere.
  • Bless everything you can possibly bless. James 3:8-10 says we have the power to bless or curse with the words of our mouth.

 From Joyce's Power of Words CD...

How Saying the Right Things Can Change Your Life!

by Joyce Meyer

I started smoking when I was nine years old and smoked for many years. I liked it! So when I decided to stop, it was really difficult.
Every time I tried to quit, I’d last a few hours and then I’d be running around, digging cigarette butts out of the trash or looking for cigarettes in my coat pockets – anywhere I could think to look for them!
I didn’t have success until I got a revelation: I was burying myself in defeat with negative confessions.

Why I Had to Stop Talking Myself Out of My Victory

I finally realized that I was causing myself to fail through the negative things I was saying about myself. For a long time I would say, “I just know I could never quit smoking. And if I did, I’d probably gain a lot of weight.”
Thankfully, God was able to get through to me eventually and help me see that if I didn’t change my confession, I wouldn’t change. Then, He began to put desires in my heart to start speaking what I wanted, not what I had.
I started saying things like, “I can’t stand to smoke! These things stink and they’re expensive. I don’t smoke anymore!”
At first, I felt silly doing this because I would make these declarations while I was smoking. However, within about a week of changing my confession, I realized I now had the grace of God to quit smoking.
What I learned from this is I cannot rise above my own confession.

How God Taught Me to Talk Like Him

Proverbs 18:21 says, “Death and life are in the power of the tongue…” And Hebrews 4:14 (AMP) says we should “hold fast our confession [of faith in Him]”
Confession means “to say the same thing as.” As the High Priest of our confession, Jesus can only do what we’re saying that agrees with His Word. So it’s vital for us to learn how to speak the Word of God and not just say things based on our feelings or even what others have said about us.
I believe we’ll have greater success with this if we concentrate on what we should be saying, rather than focusing on all the things we shouldn’t say. It’s self-defeating to go around saying things like, “I shouldn’t do that… I’d better not do this…”
I want to encourage you to really listen to yourself. Where’s your heart? See Luke 6:45. We need to stop saying, “Oh, I didn’t mean that. I was just kidding.” And we need to start being accountable for the words we speak.
The truth is, the things we say come from something that is formed in our heart. So you can determine where your heart is by listening to yourself. You can hear bitterness and jealousy…insecurity and unhappiness.

What Changing the Way You Talk Will Do

“We all have room to grow in our relationship with God.”
Do you need a change of heart?
And the way to make progress is to speak His language…  
  • Bless everything you can possibly bless. James 3:8-10 says we have the power to bless or curse with the words of our mouth.
  • Be thankful and say so! (See Psalm 100:4.) Don’t just think about how much you appreciate someone – tell them!
  • Be an encourager. Give someone an encouraging word every day.
  • Tell the truth!
  • Speak the Word of God. Recite and memorize verses that deal with things you want to change or overcome – anger, unforgiveness, insecurity…
  • Don’t talk too much. Be quick to hear and slow to speak.
I encourage you to pray and ask God to help you use your mouth to say the right things. When you do, it will change your life!

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