|Aunt Moo checking out her niece.|
Tuesday, September 25, 2012
I have a new name.
Many times in the Bible when people had a personal encounter with God, He changed their name, because they were never the same.
When people do something great, or graduate to the next level, they add a title to their name.
When people join into a covenant they add a title and a name change many times.
Well, this precious love, named Maubry Ann Bowen has come into the world and changed us all forever.
She is a beautiful angel sent straight from heaven above.
And none of us will ever be the same.
He has given new names, and titles to many, with just one precious little but amazing miraculous gift!!!
My new name is Nay Nay.
My new title is Grandma.
I am BLESSED!!!!
Sunday, September 16, 2012
Maezie Ann-Grace Brewer
My sweet baby girl is 1 year old!!!!!
I'm so thankful to the Lord for "interrupting" my life and giving me this awesome gift.
In Bible study we are studying the book of Jonah, and how God "interrupts" our lives with things we think are not in the plan or at least "our" plan.
Oh God, thank you for knowing what is better for me than I could ever hope to dream for myself.
Thank you for being so wonderful and sovereign and faithful and loving and beautiful.
English Standard Version (ESV)
16 Do not be deceived, my beloved brothers. 17 Every good gift and every perfect gift is from above, coming down from the Father of lights with whom there is no variation or shadow due to change.[a]
Tuesday, September 4, 2012
Well since Charlie and I are one, I'm feeling his heart.
A big part of his heart is for Uganda.
I also love Uganda, but Charlie comes alive in Uganda, I tend to come alive in my own comfortable safe space called home. :)
God knows who to put our hearts in sync with to keep us
Charlie has a tug at his heart to go to Uganda in November.
We have no idea how this is all going to go...who is going...what they will be doing.
We are praying, and the Lord just has a way of planning things out when we pray.
We would appreciate your prayers and if you have a tug at your heart you may want to ask God what He is telling you.
Who knows.....He may be leading you to go too. :)
One thing we always remind ourselves is that we don't have the money or the time to do one thing, let alone go to Uganda for a couple of weeks.
We serve the One and only true God.
His time is eternal
His resources are unlimited.
We trust that if it is His will,
if He is the One tugging on the heart,
the only thing we have to do is be willing to trust Him.