"The ordinary acts we practice every day at home are of more importance to the soul than their simplicity might suggest."

Thomas Moore

Sunday, April 26, 2015

Domestic Reflections ~ Psalm 84:2...


I'm not going to share any deep thoughts this Sunday. Instead, I would like to suggest that we each spend time over the next week pondering the things that give us JOY - because if joy hasn't been filling your heart lately perhaps you've forgotten to do the things that naturally create it?

Why not keep a little notebook close by and when you think of your personal joy-producers write them down.
You know what the next step is, don't you?
Walk in your joy.

Be blessed,


The printable Scripture card  can be downloaded HERE.

6 comments:

  1. So glad you posted this. I have spent this past week doing exactly that. My heart is so sad as my cousin whom lives near you spends her last weeks with us. I wish I could be there to help and be with her and her mum. We are heading to cairns in June but afraid we may be too late. So I decided to live and be happy doing what brings me joy and thinking of her as she keeps on with her battle.

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  2. Finding and realizing our Joy is such a simple and doable part of life...yet we forget to focus and revel in our JOY. Thank you Jenny for this lovely reminder.

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  3. This is wisdom! Joy is the driving force!
    A hug and a week full of joy for you!
    Egléa

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  4. Thanks, Jenny! That's a good reminder. I try to remember to count my blessings and the joy Christ gives, but sometimes I get bogged down and forget. I should frame this and put it in the bathroom where I will see it every day. =)

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  5. Your post is a good reminder. Thank you.

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  6. Family Friends Life
    Nice blog post

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