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197/365+ proof of God’s love

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Humor has it tonight. It’s been a rough weekend. People who can make me laugh when I want to cry are a proof of God’s love!

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181/365+ proof of God’s love

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I’ve probably said before that in humor, I’ve often found God’s love. So it was today. One of my favorite people moved far away today. My little one left a trail of poo on the floor. I don’t have a car or the money for a new one. I found reasons to laugh. God’s love, I’m sure, lives in laughter!

151/365+ proof of God’s love

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Financial worries, including unpaid bills, had my stress level through the roof earlier today.  I needed a good laugh and wound up having several.  Thank God for loving us enough to give us the gift of humor!

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I’m not one to believe that others dictate our happiness or any other emotion, but I do believe spending time with certain real, honest, upbeat people who choose to be happy can influence our mood.

I’m blessed with several family members and friends who just make me smile.  I spend time with them and when we part, I feel rejuvenated.  I know these people are indeed blessings to me & I’m so thankful for their love.

Is there one person in your life who can always make you smile?  An aunt who tells great stories that leave you feeling rooted in your family?  A friend who makes you laugh, a coworker who appreciates you and shows it, a waiter who knows your “usual” & makes you feel welcomed?  Are you that special person for someone else?

23/365+ proof of God’s love


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Busy day today; I like it that way.  The hours at work flew and I got a lot accomplished.  That’s a raising satisfying feeling.  In that, I find God’s love. 

When I feel hurt or angry, I find proof of God’s love in my sense of humor.

This photo was taken at the train tracks over which I drive on my way to and from work. I love the sound of trains; in having found a home near train tracks (near enough to hear the train faintly), I find God’s love.

When my older daughter laughs, it’s a musical sound; in this God’s love is audible to my heart.

Tonight, after a busy day, I am tired.  Tired and cranky would be a better description of my mood.  My active, into-everything toddler stopped her busy-ness long enough to sit on my lap, give me a great big hug and lead us in a round of “Twinkle, Twinkle, Little Star,” complete with hand motions.  Surely in those tender moments, God’s love is revealed.