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The Weekend Brew: Pass Around The Grace, Please! {Inspired Blogger Guest Post} — 21 Comments

  1. Technology has all but “eaten us up” in our time. God’s Word is all that truly prevails! “No other words drip sweet like honey and satisfy our hungry souls.” This is so true! Thank you for such true and direct words from your heart, Rebekah! Thank you, for hosting another awesome “Weekend Brew”, Barbie!

  2. What an awesome post Rebekah. We can have too much of good things and forget to partake in the best thing. Thanks so much Barbie for introducing me to Rebekah. Many blessings.

  3. A well received holy hush. Thank you for reminding us all to enjoy our social media in moderation and always with gratitude. Let’s shine the light for Jesus or not at all. Thanks for introducing us to Rebekah! Have a great week ladies!

  4. Love, love, love this post, Rebekah. I wholeheartedly agree with you. It used to be when my attitude was sour and my focus was on the wrong things, I would look at my relationships. Who I was spending the most time with and how was that affecting my outlook and behavior. Now that I have been working in churches and Christian organizations, I think the contributing factors are more subtle. It’s not like working in the secular world where temptations are all around. But you’ve made me think about my soul weariness…and particularly what I am allowing to impact my heart and my head. We don’t have to indulge in bad websites for technology to just wear us down. There’s so much information…even good information…and if we try to engage with all of it, we are gonna to exhaust ourselves. As with all things, moderation is the key!

  5. I honestly could not have said it better myself! WOW! Beautifully expressed with grace and humility. Thank you Barbican for sharing Rebekah. Thank you Rebekah for sharing your words. I am blessed and I do concur.

  6. It’s a pleasure to meet you Rebekah. Thank you so much for your thoughtful insights. May you sense an extra measure of God’s grace and comfort as your grandmothers goes ‘home.’ [hugs]

    Barbie…thanks for introducing us to your friend. May your week be filled with unexpected moments of joy and grace. 🙂

  7. Beautiful post, Rebekah! It is so true. We are gorging ourselves on words all day long. The sad part is, we can mistakenly think, we have been in the Word because others write about it. We can be reading great words, wonderfully written thoughts but it should not replace the time we spend in the only Word which is a daily necessity. I am so glad that Barbie shared your post! Blessings!

  8. What a beautiful and inspiring guest post Rebekah; love the title! I love this —-> “We wonder why we are weary. We fill up on things that were never meant to satisfy. We fix our eyes on the things seen and not unseen. We crave things to help us choke down the mundane.” ♥ I love the verse found in Philippians 4:11 where Paul says “I have learned in whatsoever state I am in therewith to be content.” The Bible tells us that being content is to be satisfied to the point where we are not anxious or restless. It doesn’t say satisfied to the point where we don’t want change, but satisfied for now until God brings the change!

    Thanks for hosting Barbie; blessings and love to you both for a beautiful weekend! ♥
    Denise

  9. It was such an honour to be here today. Thank you ladies, for your loving comments. I would like to respond to each one individually, but it was a long hard day—saying goodbye to my grandma who is not well and is nearing the end of her time here. Thank you for your prayers as she is called home.

  10. So impacted by the truth of your words today, Rebekah. I loved this quote “Let’s not compare with one another, but care for one another.” Too much time is wasted in our daily lives and shining God’s light should be the only focus we strive for. Thank you for these words and thank you for the timeliness of this post. Blessings, Mary!

  11. It’s funny how the family reacts to change, especially change at the dinner table. I know there are some good homemade recipes for ketchup that don’t have much sugar in them and are easy to make. Sometimes replacing an item brings on less grumbles. 🙂

    Thank you Father, for You are always good!

    Blessings Rebekah and Barbie for hosting this wonderful writer.

  12. This is such a beautiful and needed message. Rebekah, can I say again… you have a gift with words. I just adore both of you and truly grateful for these words this morning. I almost pushed aside time in His Word this morning…but each day I make the choice to begin with Him I learn that it is truly the only way I want to begin my day. Love you both SO much.

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