Hygee: it's not a new idea (particularly if you live in Scandinavia) but for me, it's a fresh way of looking at life, something I've embraced whole-heartedly- and it's just too good not to share. Pronounced, (hue-gah) this is a Danish concept, and it doesn't have a literal English translation, but the basic idea of it is that it's a state a mind that includes three main concepts,
This week's featured post for the Grace and Truth link up is called, Learning to Release Fear and Embrace God, by Jenn, who writes at Embracing Life. Fear is something that I’ve been learning to let go of for most of my life. I love what Jenn wrote about letting go of the things that aren’t good for us so that we can embrace what God has for us. It's an encouraging post. I hope you'll go say hello to Jenn and be blessed by her words as I was.
Every January, it seems that there’s an abundance of recommended reading lists that populate the blogosphere. “Tis the season. I love reading these lists.
I used to read book lists while trying to file away a few ideas in my memory. Sadly, I probably missed out on quite a few great books this way. My memory isn’t the most reliable filing system. Things get lost in there.
This week's featured post for Grace and Truth is called, Razzle-Bright Blessing, by Pam of Apples of Gold. I felt so peaceful after reading her words…and the photos are beautiful. There are simple wonders all around. We just need to pause and notice. Thank you for this wonderful reminder, Pam.
It's an honor and a joy to have the privilege of sharing with you, dear readers, the hope that I’ve found through Jesus, with the writing that I get to do on this blog. I love you and I pray for you often. Your time is precious, so it’s important to me that I offer you quality content that points to Jesus along with practical applications you can take away from here.
This week's featured post for the Grace and Truth link-up is called, Under Construction This Christmas. It's written by Angela Howard of No Ordinary Days. I loved the simple yet profound truth in this post. We must always remember the hope which we celebrate each Christmas is found in Christ alone. I can certainly relate to the feeling like I'm in a perpetual state of construction. I hope that you'll take a moment to visit Angela and be blessed by her words as I was.