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Joyful Words - The Joyful Words Blog Joyful Words The Joyful Words Blog Joyful Words Ministry About Sheri Favorite Stuff Spring Break 4/3/2017 1 Comment Good morning! Just a little note this morning to say hello and wish you a happy week. I'm on spring break this week and I'll be taking a little break. We are currently in Steubenville and as I type I'm listening to Dave quiz Shannon for a Nursing exam she'll be taking later this morning...I'm sipping coffee and saying hello! For me, this will be a week of catch up, report cards, desk finding and trying to revive my very neglected house plants. Sounds way better than a sunny beach doesn't it! I hope you have a lovely week! Blessings on your day! 1 Comment Double Disciple Challenge 3/30/2017 1 Comment “Be completely humble and gentle; be patient, BEARING WITH ONE ANOTHER in love.” Ephesians 4:2 I was thinking the other day of things that go together. The common ones came to mind, like peanut butter and jelly and salt and pepper. I even began to think of people who went together like Lucy and Ethel or The Lone Ranger and Tonto. Funny how in your mind, some things are just a pair. I’ll bet if you stopped for just a minute you could come up with dozens of things that match. I think we get conditioned to see things together, and don’t really give them much notice. We even see pairs in Scripture. I did a little “independent research” and realized in most cases, (how scientific is that) when people describe something or someone, they use a pair of words. For instance, that flower is so bright and colorful or that baby is so cute and chubby. We tend to do a lot of things in pairs. As we charge into the tail end of Lent, whose up for a “Double Disciple” challenge? Your challenge will be do Christian acts double. Not just one good deed, but two. Not just a kind word to one person, but two. You could go all out if you wanted to, instead of giving one thing from each closet in your house to charity, make it two. What would happen if you took a plate of cookies or a bouquet of flowers to two neighbors instead of one. What about that young couple with little ones you know who could really use a night out, why not offer to babysit their kids for two hours instead of one so they can enjoy a peaceful dinner or a good nap. The possibilities are absolutely endless! I saw a great church sign recently that said, “A narrow mind and a wide mouth are not a good combination.” It made me giggle. So I’m going to use the idea from that sign to make the “Double Disciple” challenge a wee bit stiffer. If during the week, you happen to demonstrate a pair of “not –so-Christian” behaviors or attitudes; like being grumpy and impatient with a spouse or co-worker, you have to do another double good act to make up for it. I can’t wait to see the blessings that are in store for the world if we all take on the challenge! A Seed To Plant: Take on the “Be a Double Disciple” challenge these last two weeks of Lent and let us know what happened.? Blessings on your day! 1 Comment Peacefully Yours 3/26/2017 5 Comments It's Monday...that means a new post...except for this Monday. Instead of a post this morning I'm offering the gift of peace to you and to me. I had a visit with a wonderful priest Friday and he told me I seemed weary and restless and he said I needed to read Psalm 23 and find some peace. Not quite the greeting I expected from a visiting priest at the beginning of my Confession, but I was drawn to tears because he was so spot on! He saw what I felt and was trying so hard to conceal. Oddly enough, the songs, and Psalm response at mass Sunday focused on those exact words. So...instead of a post today, I'm asking you to forgive me for my lack of words and lets all just take a few minutes to read Psalm 23 and enjoy some peace, knowing "There is nothing I shall want!" Blessings on your day! 5 Comments ALL Things??? 3/22/2017 1 Comment I can do all things through Christ who gives me strength. Philippians 4:13? Wow! Good to know…I can do ALL things! Maybe I’ll begin by leaping a tall building with a single bound or establishing world peace by lunchtime or maybe just getting all the closets organized and the crumbs cleaned out of the silverware tray and out from under the toaster! To tell you the truth though, each task seems as daunting as the one listed before it. So exactly what do you think Paul meant when he spoke these words to the Philippians? I think the key words in this verse are not “I can do all things” but rather “through Christ”. We weren’t created by God to be super heroes, or to live each day breaking our neck trying to do a hundred things to please everyone we know. We were created to be His hands and feet here on earth. I don’t recall a single passage in Sacred Scripture that described Jesus multi-tasking, over-booking His schedule or speaking only to those people with the most urgent needs. The beauty of this verse is that it is simply calling us to do the tasks that God puts before us each day. He’s not asking us to bear the burdens of the world and do ALL things. He’s directing us to ask Him what His plan for us is each day and then He will supply us with all the grace, mercy, love and strength we need. I think it’s a good idea to take an inventory of ALL the things we’re trying to accomplish in a day and prayerfully sort through them…maybe we’re trying to do a task that was really meant to bring somebody else closer to God! Maybe our greatest task of the day is as simple as stopping to listen carefully to a person who just really needs to be heard. A Seed to plant: Take a look at your “to do” list for the next few days and ask God for the wisdom to know which tasks are really yours. Then take a few minutes to ask for the strength to be His hands and feet as you accomplish them. Blessings on your day! 1 Comment Simple and Thirsty 3/19/2017 2 Comments Jesus answered her, “If you knew the gift of God and who it is that asks you for a drink, you would have asked him and he would have given you living water.” John 4:10 Dave loves popcorn. Nearly every Sunday he has popcorn, apples and cheese…it’s just a tradition. I was traveling last week and came upon a shop that sold dozens of different flavors of popcorn so I brought home a treat for him. The flavor I chose was “sweet and salty”. It probably should have been called “salty, salty, salty and a wee bit of sweet”. It was delicious but after a handful or two he was after a second glass of water. I didn’t think it could be that extreme so I had a handful and before I knew it, I too was chugging down the water. I don’t remember the last time I was that thirsty. I was thinking about that popcorn thirst this morning as Deacon Chuck read the Gospel about the woman at the well. The story is a deep one; one with lots of avenues for reflection about our relationship with Jesus. I realized that being thirsty is a two way deal. I need to thirst for Jesus like I thirsted for water after a handful of that ... Similar Website

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