She Treasured Them In Her Heart & Sitting Among Friends Blog Party #35

“Mommy, Come here I have to tell you something. I have a secret to tell you. Come close. (In a whisper voice with arms wrapped around my neck.) Mommy, I Love You with all my heart. Don’t tell anyone that is just for you.” From God’s Little Princess.

And I treasured it in my heart.

Last week, I told you about my little girl telling me we read the Bible to know the heart of God. If you haven’t read it yet you can find it here.

All these things she treasured in her heart.

Mary was a young girl and was about to give birth to her first born.  He would be a son and she would call His name Jesus. He would be great and called the Son of the Most High God.

I imagine as Mary is hearing the angel Gabriel deliver this news to her ears, she began to store them up in her heart. What would this mean? How drastically this would change this young girl’s life.

Parenting comes with many many changes. No matter how the news is delivered. I can’t fathom the thoughts of this young virgin girl hearing she would soon become a new mother to the One whose kingdom would never end.

What I can know is the heart of a new mom in the moment, when all time seems to stand still, and your heart grows as you begin to treasure new memories in your heart.

Luke 2:19 tells us, But Mary was treasuring up all these things in her heart and meditating on them. HCSB

In this moment, the shepherds were in from the night of choirs of angels revealing to them the King had been born. They came to see Him and they were amazed. They went through town spreading the news.

Mary was storing up this moment in her heart and meditating on it. Thinking about the implications of what this may mean for her child and for her new family.

One other time in Luke we see him use this same phrase. Here, it has a little different form but means kept as in she didn’t want to lose it.

Luke 2:51 Then he went down to Nazareth with them and was obedient to them. But his mother treasured all these things in her heart. NIV

I know many of you reading this are parents and have treasured many precious moments from your children deep in your hearts.

The way they look like angels when they are sleeping. The way they look at you like you are the greatest love they will ever know. Those days they tell you they are going to live with you forever.

Even if those days are far gone, I am sure they have a very special place in your heart. A place that nothing and nobody can take away. A place where your heart longs for them so you recall and meditate on the love you have for them and try to keep those moments in the forefront of your mind.

Oh, the blessings of being a parent! To have those moments that we can treasure in our hearts.  I have the amazing opportunity to share some of those moments with you and am honored you listen.

I know many people keep journals of funny things their kids say and stories they would like to recall. I have a place here on my site called Joy in the Moment where I keep a running list of some of the precious things I want to remember.

If you are thinking to yourself, I wish I had done that or I should really start doing this.

Now is the time! Start a journal today about the things you want to keep. It is always fun to go back and read them and recall those favorite times or moments.  

I am going to help you get started! Below is an A4 png file picture. Feel free to save and print it. You can also download a smaller pdf file for smaller journals here. You can paste it to the front of a journal and start filling it with all those memories you have treasured.

I would love to hear from you. Either on this or on my page Joy In the Moments. Would you leave us a comment about one of those precious times you stored up in your heart? I can’t wait to read them.

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I am going to be sharing a Featured Friend, weekly! I love that so many of you come and share with us every week and I would love to highlight your work! The friend that I have chosen this week is... Janis Cox from janiscox.com

If you have not had the opportunity to read the review I wrote yesterday featuring Janis's new children's book The Kingdom of Thrim, You can read it here. I am sure you will enjoy this book as much as I did. Also, there is a giveaway! 
Thank you so much for joining us Janis. I am glad you are here!



While you're here, sit down with some of my friends.

WOW! I know Summer is busy so I thank you all for coming here and for the 90 Amazing posts. This party has been wonderful and it is thanks to you, friends, who link-up with us and those who stop by and read and SHARE! Thank you!

You all are amazing writers who share DIY's, Recipes, Photos, Giveaways, Homeschool and Family and Faith. Many of you have amazing journeys of faith and I praise the Lord we are able to connect here! 


Friends are here to encourage and challenge us in our walk of life, so enjoy!

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Review of The Kingdom of Thrim with Giveaway

My friend, Janis Cox has written a new children’s book, The Kingdom of Thrim and I am excited to share it with you here! This book is her second as part of her Growing with God Series.

You may have read my previous post, Teaching Children the Bible, if not you can read it here. It is very important to me when choosing books for my children that contain Biblical ideas or concepts that the books don’t leave my kids with the idea that the Bible is in any way, a fairy tale.

Janis’s new book does a wonderful job of sticking to and teaching biblical truth and I appreciate that.

In Janis’s new book The Kingdom of Thrim, she teaches children the wonderful concept of asking God the path you should take and following that path no matter the cost.

Yoj, the main character, quickly came to a life decision and did not seek God in his choice. This decision leads him to a path that may have paid better but did not lead to his happiness. Once Yoj realized that money couldn’t buy happiness, his reality shifted. To find how the story of Yoj ends, you will have to read The Kingdom of Thrim.

Her talents don’t stop at the ability to teach kids the importance of following God’s lead, she is also the illustrator of this beautifully painted book.  The illustrations draw you right into the story and by the end, you are hoping that you, too, could visit or live in The Kingdom of Thrim.

The story doesn’t end there. Janis has included instructions for a sock doll, which looks so fun to make, art and building block ideas, discussion questions, and research ideas.    

This is a well-rounded book that provides a full experience into the topics of following God and the path He has for you.

Janis is a wife, mother, grandmother, sister, and friend. Her adult career has consisted of stay-at-home-mom, small business owner, public school teacher, painter, and writer. She enjoys trying anything at least once (but maybe not bungee jumping!)

Her writing and painting careers started simultaneously and that meant dividing her time between two loves. In all of her pursuits, she has learned that practice, practice, practice is a good motto to follow.
Her love for Christ has set her feet a-dancing – literally – as she also takes tap dancing lessons.

Janis is keen to tell everyone she can about the love, healing, grace, and mercy of God. Janis has a blog (www.janiscox.com) where she writes about how reading God’s Word can change you and your life.

You can find Janis here on Facebook 
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Thank you, Janis, for sharing this book with us.
A copy of this book was provided to me for my honest review.


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The Heart of God & Sitting Among Friends Blog Party #34

You may have noticed a few changes around here. I started blogging about a year and a half ago. At that time not many people were stopping by. It didn’t really matter, though. I had started this adventure because I felt the calling from God to do something different with my ministry and I needed to be obedient. 

Not knowing what that meant or how it would look, I went into this thing totally blind.  

In fact, I didn’t even know what blogging was. I didn’t have a computer, the internet and I didn’t have any social media accounts. (I know, what era was I living in? It’s okay, I’ve heard it before.) 

I finally jumped on my tablet. Grabbed a site and started right in. 

The name of my site actually came from my first post and just became the name of my blog. Divine placement, I suppose. And my site address can from my email address. Don’t ask me why.   

I had started doing this from a recommendation from my husband. Yes, the one that said to me this week, “That is a lot of work.”

Finally, after this long, I was able to put into words my heart's greatest passion.

With a shortened version of my original title and a description that spoke the words of my heart.

Seeking God In All I Do has become Seeking God and Finding Our Identity In Heart of God is my greatest desire for myself and for all of you.

The inspiration came from none other than my four-year-old little girl. Isn’t it funny who God will put in the right place at the right time to speak truth into our heart?

I, after a year and half of blogging, couldn’t get the right few words to let people know what this site is about. What I am about. What my passion for sharing God with the World Wide Web is about.

Although, I have had this conversation with many people. It took the purity, innocence and honesty of one of God’s little princesses to lay this simple phrase on my heart.

During our family devotion the other night, which I am learning is too precious to miss, I asked my children why we read the Bible.
My little girl looked me in the eye with her sweet little voice and said, “So we can know God’s heart.”

I had to catch my breath and keep from melting right in front of her. I kissed her sweet face and said, “That is exactly right.” How do children know what our hearts have a hard time saying?

Why else would we read the Bible? God wants us to know His heart. The thought of that makes me overwhelmed with feelings I barely have words for.

A God that I do not deserve to wash the feet of, wants me to know His heart and He only asks us for one thing in return, for us to give Him ours.

Not only does He want me to know. He wants you to know.

He wants you to know He loves you with an Everlasting Love. Jeremiah 31:3

He wants you to know He has called you and He knows Your name. John 10:3

He wants you to know no matter what your hurt or sorrow is, He will wipe your tears and replace your sadness with joy. John 16:20

He wants you to know no matter what you fear, He has redeemed you and you are His. Isaiah 43:1

No matter your past, present, or future, He has a plan for you. A plan to lavish His grace and mercy into your heart and life. Jeremiah 29:11

Not matter what you think you have done to never deserve the love of a father, He has called you child. 1 John 3:1

Friends, the heart of God is beyond our comprehension. It is greater than we can understand but we can be certain about one thing. His great love for His us is beyond what we could ask or imagine.

If you missed my post last week, also inspired from the mouth of one of my babes, you can know God. You can be certain that He has called you His own.

If you are ready to experience the kind of Love I can barely muster into words, check out this post. It will tell you how and offer you great a great resource for further questions. If you ever need to talk about how you can be certain to know you have a relationship with Christ, I would love to chat. youresewtrendy@gmail.com.


This week, I have had the privilege of having guest blogger, Rachel Britton. Read her post, A Pure Heart for Prayer. I love her space and her encouragement to a healthy prayer life. She has a new eBook available at her site called Tough Love Prayer Challenge. Guess What? It’s FREE! Just sign up for her mailing list, which always has great content.



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WOW! I know Summer is busy so I thank you all for coming here and for the 91 Amazing posts. This party has been wonderful and it is thanks to you, friends, who link-up with us and those who stop by and read and SHARE! Thank you!

You all are amazing writers who share DIY's, Recipes, Photos, Giveaways, Homeschool and Family and Faith. Many of you have amazing journeys of faith and I praise the Lord we are able to connect here! 


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A Pure Heart for Prayer

How to Have a Pure Heart and Healthy Thoughts in Prayer

As a member of the women’s ministries prayer team at our church, I frequently pray for other women.

Sometimes, we intercede for women I don’t know. My prayers flow freely and easily for their needs. Others times we pray for friends and women I know well. Then I pray passionately for God to move powerfully.

Before you think this makes me holier than you, I want to be upfront with you.
In all these moments, I want my prayers to be effective.

Occasionally, this requires me to stop and take notice of the feelings I have for the person I know and for whom I am praying.

Pain over a past hurt, anger over a disagreement or unintended slight, envy over their qualities, which I wish I had may flit into my mind.

I try to dismiss these reactions in an effort to appear devout. Or I decide it is better to put them to one side and pretend I am saint like.

Yet, what I really should do is pay attention to these unhealthy feelings, which often have taken root deep inside of me, because they can affect the effectiveness of my prayers.

I must first of all be honest with myself and then be truthful with God.

If you have anything that stands in the way—And when you stand and pray, forgive anything you may have against anyone says Mark 11:25.

I need to make sure I come with a pure heart and healthy thoughts about the person for whom I’m praying.

So where do we start. What do we do? In the Tough Love Prayer Challenge, I share these ways that you can bring your messy thoughts before God:


Take yourself off to a place where you can be alone with your heavenly Father. Do some deep down searching. Be honest with God. 


This sounds difficult to do. I often want to put on my Sunday best when I’m in front of God, especially because I am a member of a prayer team.

However, if God knows everything about my heart, and he knows my thoughts—and the Bible is very clear he does—then I might as well be completely honest with him.

This, I believe, opens the door for God to move right in and change what is bad to be good, what is ugly to become beautiful, and what is dark to become light.

You don’t need the strength or the ability to change your negative feelings for a person. You just need the determination to bare all that in unclean in your heart before God and ask him to help you.

God knows we are not capable of changing ourselves. That’s why His Spirit, through the work of Jesus Christ, can make a stony heart start beating healthily.

God is able to do what we’re not able to do.

God working and moving inside us changes things.

It doesn’t mean we sit back and do nothing. We work hard at prayer.

Then we see the wonders of what God can do in our own lives and
the lives of other people.


Rachel Britton is an author, blogger, and speaker. Raised on the east coast of England, Rachel lives in Massachusetts with her husband and three children. Rachel is passionate about helping women become healthier in their relationship with God, with others, and with themselves, and to thrive from the inside out. Visit Rachel at her blog to download her Tough Love Prayer Challenge eBook to pray for peace in the midst of your difficult relationships. http://rachelbritton.com/tough-love-challenge/


Rachel is always writing such great pieces. You will want to join her on this challenge and follow her at her social media sites. You can find her here!
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Do We Have An Expiration Date? & Sitting Among Friends Blog Party #33

My son asked me an interesting question today. At first, I wondered about what must have been going through his head. After thinking about his curiosity, I realized it is a question we all have we just don’t always think of it in these terms.

The conversation went like this…

Mom, does everything have an expiration date?
I had to think about it. Before I could get in any real thought, the one-sided conversation went flying.

Well, the towel doesn’t have an expiration date, does it? A bar of soap? That doesn’t really expire. Well, maybe it does. You know that teacher that had his kids buy the Twinkie that lasted for 40 years. They ate some and put one on the plate. That is still good. Maybe, Twinkies don’t expire.

Then came the kicker… 

Do we have an expiration date? Well, maybe not. Well, I guess we do. Well, we won’t have one in heaven.

Oh, from the mouth of a babe.

Do we have an expiration date?

It’s what we all know to be true. It’s something we don’t often want to face. To face our own mortality can be scary. It puts life in quick perspective.  

In today’s world, we seem to be faced with a lot of uncertainty. 
Sometimes, feelings of hopelessness and the feeling of being defeated.

Friends, there is good news. There is hope. We can have that hope in Jesus. 

Faith in Christ can give us the assurance that we need. Life in this world is temporary but eternal life, life after this world, is exactly what the word says. It is forever.

Although there are many different views on life after death it is certain that everyone wonders about life after death.

Ecclesiastes 3:11 says, He has made everything beautiful in its time. He has also set eternity in the human heart, yet no one can fathom what God has done from beginning to end.

Not coincidentally, eternal life or the longing for the eternal was set in our hearts by our creator. Simply put, whether we believe in eternity or life eternally with Christ, our creator has put the longing to even wonder about eternity in our hearts. I have to say, He is nothing shy of amazing.


It can feel confusing. We have this longing and at first, we are not always sure what it is. We seek it out in so many ways and places. When it all seems to be unfulfilling and unsatisfying to the longing of our heart, we are left empty.

But how can we be sure that if we accept the gift Christ has to offer us of life eternal that it will be certain. Most of us won’t take something, even something free, without a guarantee or warranty.  

One of my favorite guarantees comes from Hebrews 11:1 Faith is the confidence that what we hope for will actually happen; it gives us assurance about things we cannot see.


We can have confidence. I love that word. I can know that if I put my faith and trust in Jesus Christ as my personal Savior, I can have assurance in what He says is going to happen. Even though I can’t see it, my faith and hope in Christ are secure.


Giving your life to Christ means recognizing that you are a sinner (this means that you have done wrong against God). 

Romans 3:23 tells us that All have sinned and fall short of the Glory of God.

This brings us to the next thing we need to realize, God is perfect.

This has left a giant gap between our sin and God’s Glory. You can think of it like the bridge to heaven is out because it is broken by our sin.  

The Good News of the Gospel says that because of the death and resurrection of Jesus Christ, a way was made for the bridge to be fixed so we could join God in heaven. That longing that was placed in our heart can be satisfied through a relationship with Jesus.  

Here’s How: You can pray this prayer.

Dear God, I know that I am a sinner. I ask for you to forgive me. I believe that you died on the cross and rose from the dead. I want to trust and give my life to you. I want to follow you as Lord and Savior of my Life. Lord, guide me and help me to do your will in my life. In your Name, Amen!
I would love to have a further conversation with you. If you said this prayer or have more questions, feel free to email me at youresewtrendy@gmail.com.

I don’t want you to miss this opportunity. If you would like to chat with someone directly or have more questions.  I have placed a link here to
Peace With God {dot} net. It is a site through the Billy Graham Evangelistic Association. It is an amazing resource! It has videos and follow-up resources and someone you can chat with directly, which is open 24 hours.


I hope you have a wonderful week. Before you go. I would like for you to visit some of my friends, they are amazing and have wonderful sites. Also, meet my featured friend of the week.


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Every week, Christa has something new to teach me about being a blogger. This week I was so impacted by her post. She discussed the sad loss of her friend and the role she had in online ministry. Christa, as always encouraged us in our walk with Christ and how to incorporate that into an online ministry. She talks about leaving a legacy with our families so they see us not just sitting as our computer but know how we are serving Christ. Thank you so much, Christa. I am happy to call you friend! 


While you're here, sit down with some of my friends.

WOW! I know Summer is busy so I thank you all for coming here and for the 96 Amazing posts. This party has been wonderful and it is thanks to you, friends, who link-up with us and those who stop by and read and SHARE! Thank you!

You all are amazing writers who share DIY's, Recipes, Photos, Giveaways, Homeschool and Family and Faith. Many of you have amazing journeys of faith and I praise the Lord we are able to connect here! 



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A Family That Dines Together... and Sitting Among Friends Blog Party #32

Having a sit-down family dinner may seem a little “old-fashioned” in today’s “fast-paced” over-scheduled society. Are they just a thing of the past or are they vital to the family structure?

Growing up we had family dinner every night. We sat down at the table, with no TV and not plugged into anything. No toys, no distractions. Just dinner on the table and conversations swirling about.

It is something I valued so with our family we have dinner every night together. While it may seem a bit hectic or chaotic at times (okay, most nights), I feel it is necessary for our family to preserve this time. In fact, since the kids are little and I stay at home, most meals are done together.

We, too, don’t allow for the TV to be on or toys to be at the table. We feel it is a time to eat and have conversations.   

My kids are small but when my second son was born we got a seat so that he could be right at the table with us from the time we brought him home. I loved this chair. The bucket on it slid back, opposed to just laying back, so he could sleep or do whatever newborns do. In my head, we were forming the foundations for family time at the dinner table.

If you are wondering, our first child we sometimes feed him in the kitchen and not at the table because our dining room is carpeted. I know after the first time around you get a little less, high strung and a little more realistic, might I say.

I am sure that we have all heard about statistics and benefits of sitting around a family table and enjoying a meal together, but I wanted to know if there were real statistics.

I consulted the ever reliable google search engine and found several pieces of information I found interesting.

According to a 2003 Gallup Poll, 28% of children under the age of 18 say they eat dinner at home 7 days a week and 47% say they eat at home 4-6 days a week.   The report also cited the information below.

“A 2003 study by the National Center on Addiction and Substance Abuse (CASA) at Columbia University suggests that family dinners can have some concrete benefits for teenagers. The study found that teens who have dinner with their families two nights a week or less are twice as likely to take drugs, more likely to be "high stress," more likely to say they are often bored, and less likely to perform well in school than teens who eat with their families 5 to 7 times a week.

Secondly, a report from Cornell University’s Department of Human Ecology stated that it was hard to isolate the effects of family meals because of other factors that may be present in families.

That seems realistic considering the dynamics of every family is so different.

There were two things that I took away from this article.

First, Tip #2, Remember the benefits of regular family mealtime.  Even though they may be hectic or chaotic, they may be providing a stability and consistency that your child needs.

Next was this statement.
Family dinners may be part and parcel of a broader package of practices, routines, and rituals that reflect parenting beliefs and priorities. Interventions aimed at increasing the frequency of family meals may be successful only if they can change the family habits that tend to go along with eating as a family (Musick & Meyer, forthcoming, p. 28).

I found both of these reports interesting. While, I don’t find all statics definable or always useful.  
There are several things I believe.

  1.        God will bind our family. He will make our kids grow in Him. It is our job to plant the seeds and a good place to plant many is around the family dinner table.
  2.        Kids need stability and consistency. What my children see is that no matter how hard it may be to sit and eat together, we are just that, together.
  3.       Sitting at the dinner table provides a place to have real conversations, no distractions.
  4.        We have had great conversations about family life, manners, and many questions the kids are currently wondering.
  5.        It has been a favorite place to tell knock-knock jokes.
  6.     It has been a place to talk about prayer, God, and review and practice Bible verses.
  7.     It is more cost effective and we can provide healthy meals at home that we prepare. 


This week, I have included a video from our remodeled kitchen we have been working on. Another thing we have been doing together, over the past month. It is a mini refrigerator, stove, and sink for our playhouse.

A couple of things before you go

Let me know, in the comments, how your family dines. Do you still have small children in the house? What do you do to meet around the family table? If your kids have grown, what is your favorite memory or what advice can you give us about families dining together? 

I had the awesome privilege to have guest blogger, Sue Donaldson, from Welcome Heart blog this week. She talks about the heart of hospitality. It is a beautiful story. There are 3 bonuses: a giveaway opportunity, a recipe, and an invitation to her new Facebook Group Welcome Heart Party. You can find that post here: A Welcome Heart


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This past week, Marva is celebrating her 1 year blogiversary! Stop by and enjoy a copy of her e-book! I love to visit Marva's blog because I feel ready to shine for Jesus the minute I step in the door, or on her home page. Thank you so much Marva for the inspiration! I am glad you are here, friend!


While you're here, sit down with some of my friends.

WOW! I know Summer is busy so I thank you all for coming here and for the 96 Amazing posts. This party has been wonderful and it is thanks to you, friends, who link-up with us and those who stop by and read and SHARE! Thank you!

You all are amazing writers who share DIY's, Recipes, Photos, Giveaways, Homeschool and Family and Faith. Many of you have amazing journeys of faith and I praise the Lord we are able to connect here! 



Friends are here to encourage and challenge us in our walk of life, so enjoy!

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Be Still

Be Still
Be Still My Friends! You can rest assure that God is in Control.

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Seeking God

Hope In Him Alone!

Hope In Him Alone!
Thank You, Lord, for deciding who I am!

Seek Him First! Today's Bible Reading

James 1:17
Every good and perfect gift is from above, coming down from the Father of Lights with whom there is no variation or shifting shadow.

It is of utmost importance that you know that Christ died for you. He died for all sinners so that our relationship with Him could be restored.

Because of His sacrifice on the cross we can have peace. Are you seeking more peace today? Peace of the soul can only be given through the redemptive power of Jesus Christ.

I hope that you, too, know the saving grace of an amazing God.
If you have questions about how to know more you can email me at youresewtrendy@gmail.com

2 Timothy 1:7

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