Now it’s your turn

I’m working on a project and I need some help from you. Let me preface this by saying that you cannot imagine how blessed I feel that you stop by and read what I have to say. You all are the greatest. And the knowledge that something I say resonates with you, or makes you feel better, or soothes your soul is utterly fulfilling to me.

That said, here’s where I need your help. I want to compile my best of the best blog entries and roll them up and put them in a bottle and launch it out into the ocean and see where it ends up. Not really. But I do want to pull together the very best of my writing, my most meaningful and uplifting posts, and be prepared for whatever opportunities wash up on my beach.

You may recall me doing this a year ago, (Obedience is a trip), and yes I did. And yes, I was prepared. And yes, nothing came of it at the time, reinforcing the painful yet necessary lesson that things never happen on my timetable. And I don’t know why, but I know that God knows what He’s doing with me, and my heart is submitted to His plan, even when it makes my brain hurt.

So I’m doing it again. However, this time I’d really love to know which blogs YOU think are my best. Is there one that sticks out in your mind? Is there one you continue to think about after you’ve read it and moved on with your day? Is there one that made you smile, laugh, or spit anything? That’s what I’m looking for.

I want to know your absolute favorites!

If you’ve never left me a comment, now’s your chance! Try out the comment field below this post. Or if you want a bit more privacy, you can email me at juliromize@aol.com. Hopefully, I didn’t just open the door to spammers from you-know-where.

So, thank you in advance! I can’t wait to hear your thoughts!

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9 thoughts on “Now it’s your turn

  1. Jenny says:

    It may be because it was the first one I read, but I love the one about where your grandmother (I think) told you that you aged beautifully. Gives such a definition of true beauty.

    For the Love of God.

    Faith without Love is Noise

    These are some of my favs 🙂

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  2. Kim Miller says:

    I especially like “Growing Pains.” I’ve learned in recent years how important it is to open up our hearts when God corrects us and deals with us. He loves us and wants the very best for us. When He corrects us, it’s not a “put down” at all, but a “put up.” An opportunity for growth, and to experience more of His best in our lives.

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  3. Amanda Strutton says:

    As soon as I read this, I thought of “Stream of Consciousness”. I have mentioned and recommended this particular one many times. I love them all, but this is my favorite!!

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  4. April Lynn says:

    Hi sweetie,
    To condemn or condone was really meaningful to me, because I am often in that place of wanting to shake someone instead of pray for them and I have to pull myself back and get into line with what Jesus sent me here to do.
    Your writing is a blessing to so many, keep it flowing
    Much love
    April

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