Have a Blessed New Year

The new year is just around the corner and I look forward to sitting down with all my friends then. I am on a break until January 11. My family is on a break and we are having lazy days, work days (getting ready for a new year requires so fresh starts), and a great time hanging out. Thank you all for coming every week. I hope you had a wonderful Christmas and a most Blessed New Year.

Wednesday January 4, I will have a giveaway for a children's Bible. Stop by for a chance to win!

While you are here, I hope you will enjoy some of these previous posts!
 And You Will Be Saved
 Hope When Life Hurts the Most
 Lord, Heal Our Nation!
 I am Not Alone


It's the Most Wonderful Time of the Year! & Sitting Among Friends #56


It’s the Most Wonderful Time of the Year!

I just can’t get this picture out of my head. Jesus. Standing up from His throne. Laying aside His crown. Removing His outer robes, only fit for a king, and looking His Father in the eye to say goodbye.

Leaving comfort. Leaving honor. Leaving privilege.  

To take on flesh. To walk and live among us.  

An actual account of Christ leaving heaven is not given to us. We know from John 1 He became flesh and made dwelling among us.  I can’t say I know of someone leaving such a privilege to privilege others.

But the greatest news doesn’t just end there. If I met you I may say it is a privilege to meet you. But this is beyond that kind of privilege.  

Romans 5:1-2 says, Therefore, since we have been made right in God's sight by faith, we have peace with God because of what Jesus Christ our Lord has done for us. Because of our faith, Christ has brought us into this place of undeserved privilege where we now stand, and we confidently and joyfully look forward to sharing God's glory.

Jesus didn’t just lay His privilege aside for us to have the honor to meet with Him. He poured His grace out on top of that.

Jesus chose to dwell among us so He could fulfill His Father’s will. Hebrews 4:3 tells us His works have been finished since the creation of the world. The plan now fulfilled through Christ Jesus.

As I sit before God on this matter, I am completely humbled.

Not only did Christ lay His privilege aside but He poured it out on those who believe.

What are those who choose to believe and put their trust and faith in Christ privileged to?

Here is a small sampling.

Romans 5: 1-2 says we are made right in God’s sight by our faith. Our relationship is no longer that of someone in rebellion to God. We can live in peace with God and we will share in His glory.

1 Peter 4:16 says we are privileged to be called by His name.

Revelation 2:7 says we will be granted the right to eat from the Tree of Life.

Romans 8:17 says to the children of God, you shall be the heirs of God. And co-heirs with Christ.

Ephesians 3:7 By God's grace and mighty power, I have been given the privilege of serving him by spreading this Good News. NLT

Galatians 5:1 says, it is for freedom that Christ has set us free. Stand firm, then, and do not let yourselves be burdened again by a yoke of slavery. NIV

Co-heir to the King of Kings. Life Everlasting in His Glorious Presence. Peace. To be called His children.  Servanthood. Freedom. Privilege.

If this time of the year is not feeling quite so wonderful to you or you are feeling the pressures of all the hustle and bustle.

Take a step back. We are celebrating the coming of a King! That is wonderful!

Take a moment to re-read just a small part of what you are and what you have in Christ. Rest in Him this holiday season.

Co-heir to the King of Kings. Life Everlasting in His Glorious Presence. Peace. To be called His children.  Servanthood. Freedom. Privilege.

This cannot be taken from us. This does not depend on our circumstances or how we are feeling at this moment. This is based on Christ and His faithfulness to us.

If you are not at a place where you think that you have taken that step to give your faith and trust to Christ, be assured that what you can have with Him is real. It is everlasting. It is binding.

If you would like to talk further about what it means to put your faith and trust in Jesus leave me a message below or email me at youresewtrendy@gmail.com


Let us know in the comments below what is something that you rest in knowing that you have or are in Christ.
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He Became Flesh and Sitting Among Friends #55

The Word became flesh and made his dwelling among us. We have seen his glory, the glory of the one and only Son, who came from the Father, full of grace and truth. John 1:14

The Word. Jesus. Left His heavenly home to make His dwelling among us. To put on flesh so that He might walk with us. Experience life with us.

This is one of my favorite verses (I know, I say that about most of them.)

I can soak in this verse because we are not talking about a God that was untouchable or unreachable.

We are talking about a God that knew, for us to be like Him, He needed to become like us, in the flesh.

For this reason, he had to be made like them, fully human in every way, in order that he might become a merciful and faithful high priest in service to God, and that he might make atonement for the sins of the people. Hebrews 2:17

This is the part that pulls so deeply at my heart about this verse. He left His Heavenly home. His throne. His robes. His crown. His privileges. He laid them aside to be like us.

I can barely wrap my head around those facts. The love that exudes from that kind of sacrifice.

To make His way to earth. To the lowliest and humbling of all places. To become a babe. To be wrapped in flesh. To be wrapped in cloth and to be laid in a cattle’s trough.

To be born to a young bride. To be fathered by a man who was quite removed from his royal lineage serving as a carpenter. As they traveled back to their hometown of Bethlehem only to discover there was no place for them to start their new life.

As I think of that sweet babe’s face, so innocent and fragile, yet, at the same time, the only begotten Son of God.

For what? For a time. To make His dwelling among us. The undeserving but deeply loved.

He wanted to take up residence right in our midst so that we could know Him. So that we would have the opportunity to come back to Him. So we could be free from the bondage of sin and death that reigned in our hearts and we were so desperately destined to face.

 This is the God that would not leave His people no matter how often they rejected Him. No matter how many times they rebelled and turned to their own ways.

His way made complete in the beginning, allows us to not only have peace and hope of a future but rest and assurance in the now. We don’t have to wonder if what He did what enough because we can be confident that what He did, when He made His dwelling among us, was sufficient for all.  

You and I, if we choose Him and if you choose to trust Him, can look at the babe in the manger and know that He is the king that gave it all up for a time, for us.  He chose us so we could choose Him.

We no longer must look at the sweet babe in the manger and picture Jesus in that way. Although it is great to reflect on the sacrifice that He made for us there His work and His humbling beginning was only part of the story.

Jesus now sits on the throne. One day, we are told in Philippians 2:9-10 Therefore God exalted him to the highest place and gave him the name that is above every name, that at the name of Jesus every knee should bow, in heaven and on earth and under the earth, and every tongue acknowledge that Jesus Christ is Lord, to the glory of God the Father.

One of my favorite pastor friends would often remind us of this day. The day that every knee will bow and every tongue will confess that Jesus Christ is Lord.

The question is not whether we will bend a knee the real questions is when. Will we choose to bend it now and have eternal life through Him or will we have to be eternally separated from Him and still bend our knee to Him?

Friends, He came, He lived and made His dwelling among us to conquer what we could never do on our own. He conquered sin and death and because of that, we can have life in Him.

John the Baptist was sent to lead the way. He was sent to be the light of His coming. Someday, He will return and until then we are to reflect His light so that others may see Him. May we be the light that points to Jesus this Christmas.

If you have not yet made the decision to bend your knee to God or you are uncertain, you can be sure today by praying to God.

Admit to Him you are a sinner and you know that your wrongdoings separate you and Him.

Believe that when Christ came to make His dwelling among us He did it for you. Believe that He died on the cross and rose from the dead so that you could live with Him forever as King over your life.


Ask Him to turn your heart from your own ways to be more like Him and tell someone. Send me an email or tell someone you know that can help get you on the right track to taking your next steps. 







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The Awesome Power of God Revealed through Prayers of Hope by Horace Williams Jr.


PRAYER. It's a word that stirs up all types of emotions. Some are fearful when called on to pray. There are those who feel they are not very good at praying. Gathering together as a family for devotions and prayer was a regular occurrence in my home when I was growing up. As a teenager, I would get upset when it was time for family prayer.

Either my mother or father would call out, "time for devotions," around eight p.m. most nights. I would immediately roll my eyes so far back in my head that I was surprised I could still see. Then I'd head toward the room at less-than-a-snail’s pace. My shoulders were slumped, and my lip was out. I wanted my parents to know I was not happy with this prayer time thing. They were interrupting my entertainment or a phone call with my girlfriend. I mean, really?  Did we really have to pray every night?

I'm thankful for God's grace and that my parents put up with my foolishness as I mumbled out the shortest prayers I could think of back then. Over the years, they continued to pray for me with unfailing hope as they witnessed my continued resistance to totally committing my life to God. I mean, I had asked Jesus into my heart at five years old. What else was there?

Fast forward thirty years. I had become a successful sales and marketing consultant who was managing my own marketing team. I was earning a six-figure salary and had won numerous awards as a top producer for the company I worked for. I drove my dream car with a vanity license plate, and I lived down the street from the Dallas Cowboys facility. I would even say a quick prayer on the way to work each morning. Life was good. No; better than good. Life was great! Then on July 1, 2010, everything changed.

I was wheeled out of my office on a gurney. I had no idea what was happening. I had trouble speaking, and my words were slurred. I knew something was wrong as I was raced to the hospital in the ambulance. In the emergency room, there was chaos mixed with expert precision. I tried to scream that I was claustrophobic as they attempted to do a CT scan of my head. I woke up in a hospital room a few days later.

I could not sit up, and my right leg was fastened to the bed to prevent any more blood clotting. I wondered where I was, and my injured brain played tricks on me. I cried out for help. A nurse came to the door and said, "You're awake, I'll get the doctor." The doctor stepped into the room and informed me I had suffered a massive stroke, which had paralyzed my entire left side. I could not believe it. I was stunned, devastated. I lay there crying, wondering how this happened to me?

It was a lonely feeling as I lay in ICU. I was haunted by the constant beeping of machines that were monitoring me. When family members visited, they would ask me questions. I couldn’t remember anything. They tried to encourage me but the sadness and concern in their faces was evident. At night, my mind was all over the place; I had dreams ranging from horrific nightmares of the ICU nurse trying to kill me to dreams of relaxing on the beach with the ER nurse. (She looked at me like I was crazy when I told her I remembered her from the beach.)

During all the confusion, I knew one thing for sure. I knew I could pray. I'm thankful God heard my words through all my whimpering as I lay completely still every night. At first, I asked Him if this was really happening and why. When I opened my eyes, the tiles on the ceiling reminded me of my reality.


For if you cry for discernment, lift your voice for understanding; If you seek her as silver and search for her as for hidden treasures; then you will discern the fear of the Lord, and discover the knowledge of God (Proverbs 2:3-5).[1]

I was not sure if I was praying to God “correctly," but I was praying with purpose. I found comfort as I tried to recite Psalm 23 in my head. During those moments of prayer, God revealed to me everything good in my life had come from Him. I knew He was hurt by my foolish pride and sinful behavior. My prayers began to change. I repented and asked God for forgiveness for the sins I had committed. I thanked Him for sparing my life and saving my soul.

I asked Him that He heal my body and allow me to walk again if it was His will. I still had every intention of returning to my successful sales and marketing career, but God had better plans for my life…hallelujah!

The mind of man plans his way, but the Lord directs his steps (Proverbs 16:9).

God spared my brain from permanent damage, allowing me to read and study His word. He continues to lead me to share my story of transformation as evidence of His AWESOME power. There is power in prayer.

I share my story with you today in hopes of driving this point home: prayer is personal. "Purposeful Prayer is having intimate conversations with almighty God." (Click to Tweet) God desires to hear from you. You are His child. He loves you, and He wants to know that you love Him.

You may not be lying in a hospital bed as you read this, but God desperately wants to commune with you. Seek Him with purpose. Thank Him for all He has done. Share what is on your heart right now. Nothing is too small or unimportant to talk about with God. He will grant you the wisdom you desire, the strength you need, and the courage to accomplish His will for your life.

You can read more of Horace William's work at Pleasing to the Potter. While you are there you can connect with him on his social media sites. 


Horace Williams Jr. is a stroke survivor and born-again Christian who loves Jesus Christ. He has seen the power of prayer and God's healing in his own life as he continues to recover from a massive stroke that paralyzed his left side more than six years ago. He wants to inspire, encourage, and remind Christians of the power available to them through prayer. You can get a copy of his new book, Unleash the Power of Prayer in Your Life, by clicking here. 


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The Shepherds Watched Their Flocks and Sitting Among Friends #54

And there were shepherds residing in the fields nearby, keeping watch over their flocks by night. Just then, an angel of the Lord stood before them, and the glory of the Lord shone around them, and they were terrified. But the angel said to them, "Do not be afraid! For behold, I bring you good news of great joy that will be for all the people: Today in the City of David a Savior has been born to you. He is Christ the Lord! Luke 2:8-11

A shepherd’s job was to watch over the sheep. Watch the flock, so by night they would be safe. But this night was different. The message they received was unlike any other. A host of Heaven’s angels singing the praises of the Glory of this Newborn King.

It surely was a sight. The angel’s response was, “Do not be afraid!” The fear quickly turned to joy because they went straight to see all they had been told and when they found Jesus, wrapped in swaddling clothes, lying in a manger, they ran through the streets praising God.   

The sheep they watched were blemished. In some way, imperfect. To see the perfect lamb must have truly been a sight for their watchful eyes.

We are those blemished lambs looked upon by our Good Shepherd (John 10:11) and because of that, we needed the perfect sacrifice to come and take our place. 

We needed our relationship restored. Before Jesus came the only way to be forgiven for a time was through a sacrifice. That was never enough and was never meant to be. God needed a solution to be available for all and for all time. Because of our sins and blemishes, our relationship with God was broken and the only answer was through Jesus. 

I am always amazed when I think of Jesus, leaving His perfect home, coming as a newborn babe. The most vulnerable state of a human’s reality. The dependence on others for our mere existence. Yet, God chose for that to be the path to accomplishing His work.  

Not only was His path, to take on a human body but to take on the hardships of human life. To come as a servant. To be born in such a lowly place as a stable. To be laid in straw, in the manger, wrapped and covered only in swaddling clothes.

Why would God leave His Heavenly home to do all of that for me? For you? Love!

Love came down. Wrapped in those swaddling cloths. Wrapped in the protection of His Loving Father. Wrapped in the plan to save us and set us free. His arms wrapped up tight so one day they could be opened wide to welcome home His prodigal children.  

For me? For You? Love!

The reason for Christmas, so the Shepherd could one day look His blemished sheep in the eye and see us as His perfect children. Through the cross, through His loving sacrifice, Jesus.  

Emmanuel, God has come (Isaiah 7:14). He came to be with us. I love that He is willing to be a with us God. To show His power and love through the miracle of His One and Only Begotten Son.

For God so loved the world, that He sent His One and Only Son, that whoever believes in Him, will not perish, but have eternal life. John 3:16

Whoever chooses to believe in God’s only Son, whoever chooses to turn their life and trust over to Him will not perish. You did not choose this life but you can choose where you spend your eternal life.

God came, took on the form of a man, it’s why we celebrate Christmas, so you and I could choose life.   

While the shepherds watched over their fields that night….

Emmanuel came to be the God with us. Will you choose to Believe this Christmas?


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Six Keys to Delighting In the LORD by Guest Blogger JoDitt Williams


Psalm 37:4 is one of my favorite Scriptures. It says “Delight yourself in the LORD and he will give you the desires of your heart.” (ESV)

When I first heard this verse, I thought to myself, “I would love for the LORD to give me the desires of my heart! But I’m not really sure what it means to delight myself in Him.” So the LORD began to show me and teach me what that means.

Delight, according to Mirriam Webster, means to take great pleasure in. Here is a word picture the LORD showed me to help us understand better…

Think about how a young woman who is recently engaged delights in her fiancee. Or how a parent takes great pleasure in their child. And especially how a grandparent delights in their grandchildren. (As a new grandmother, I am well qualified to describe this.) What do they do?

1. They notice the little things their loved one does that others may not notice. And these things bring them joy, even though the same deeds might frustrate others. For instance, a grandmother absolutely loves it when her grandchild sings, dances or performs in some way for her, even if the performance is far from perfect. Then what does the grandmother do? Of course, she claps and thanks the child for performing for her.

2. They notice the little things about the person they love that make them unique, like a bride who notices the way her “man” walks, or a mom who notices that her baby always sleeps with her hands above her head. And they praise them for those traits.

3. They notice the likes and dislikes of the person they delight in. And they seek to please their loved one by giving them what they like. For example, my mom is so great at picking out gifts that me and my 3 siblings will love, because she knows what each of us like and don’t like.

4. They give that person they delight in their time and attention. Think about how young couples in love just cannot get enough of each other. They just want to be together all the time. They pay attention to every word their loved one says, and every deed their loved one does.


5. They use their creativity to show the person they delight in how much they love them. Consider the elaborate and extravagant lengths some men go to in order to propose to their bride-to-be. This also reminds me of all the silly (and creative) things my husband did with our children when they were little, just because they enjoyed it, and because he enjoyed hearing them giggle and squeal in delight.

6. They don’t care what other people think. I can promise you, I don’t care what anyone else thinks or says about my grandchildren. I think they are wonderful and no one can convince me otherwise. Furthermore, I don’t care if anyone thinks I am silly or foolish for making funny faces at my infant granddaughter or for wearing the bright, glittery eyeglasses my 9-year-old granddaughter and I made out of paper.

So let’s take these things we observed about how people delight in another person and use them as keys for how we can delight in the LORD.

Key #1 - Notice things God does & thank him for them
● Don’t just notice the BIG things God does, like healing someone from cancer or delivering someone from an addiction to drugs.
● Notice all the small things he does too.
● When a song comes on the radio and ministers to your heart exactly what you need at that particular moment, take notice. And thank God for it.
● Notice the fact that you were able to remain calm when that person cut you off in traffic this morning. Then thank God that he is working in your heart and helping you walk in peace.

Key #2 - Notice things about God’s character & praise him for who he is
● Make a list of God’s character traits.
● Whenever you are reading the Bible and come across a verse that says, “God is…”, add that to your list.
● Spend some time just praising God. Use words from your list to praise him for who is is.

Key #3 - Notice what God likes and what he doesn’t like. Then do what he likes.
● Search God’s Word to find out what he likes and doesn’t like. Here’s a couple Scriptures to get you started:
● God loves a cheerful giver. (2 Corinthians 9:7 ESV)
● There are six things that the LORD hates, seven that are an abomination to him… (Proverbs 6:16-19)

Key #4 - Give God your time and attention
● I used to think that I could not really hear God very well or discern what he was saying to me. The problem was not in my ability to hear but in my ability to listen. I needed to learn how to listen and to pay better attention.
● I have found that writing things down, and even drawing or doodling on paper, or creating Scripture graphics on my phone, helps me to pay better attention to the things I find God saying to me through His Word.
● I have also learned that God loves the times when I have “quiet time” and give him my undivided attention, but he also loves when I look for him and talk with him throughout my day, noticing the little things he does and paying attention to the little “nudges” he gives me.

Key #5 - Don’t be afraid to get creative
● Being creative doesn’t mean being a talented artist. It means using your imagination to come up with new ways to love and serve God.
● Look for ways to use activities you already enjoy to help you delight in the LORD. For instance, I enjoy drawing, and coloring, and writing down my thoughts and prayers. So I created a devotional coloring book and journal so that I (and others who also enjoy these things) can enjoy coloring Scripture art while meditating on God’s Word.

Key #6 - Don’t be intimidated by how others delight in the LORD
● Maybe you have seen some of the creative ways that some women are “journaling” in their Bibles and you would like to try that. Don’t feel like your pages must look just like the amazing photos you have seen on Pinterest. The goal is not perfection. The goal is an enhanced relationship with Jesus. If your version of Bible journaling helps you achieve that, that’s all that matters.


To be clear, these are not rules or commandments. But they are keys that have helped me to delight myself in the LORD. I hope they will help you too.

I am super excited to share this link with you! JoDitt is giving Seeking God readers a sampling of her new coloring book. Before you go, follow this link to download a sampling of her new book! Delight In the Word of God

You can also find JoDitt here at JoDitt Designs and connect with her on social media
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JoDitt Williams is an author, speaker, licensed artist, blogger and Etsy shop owner with a goal of brightening her little corner of the world and helping others do the same. Whether she is creating art using traditional methods or digitally, her style is always colorful, cheerful and charming. She hopes that her Scripture art will cultivate delight in the LORD and in His Word. JoDitt has a passion for encouraging, uplifting and inspiring women to live a life full of joy, while gaining victory over fear. That’s why she teaches a weekly Bible study class for women in her community, and blogs at joditt.com about hiding God’s Word in your heart. JoDitt and her husband of 28 years are empty-nesters, who have traded their house for an RV and their horses for a Harley. They, as well as their two married children and three grandchildren, call Texas home.

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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.
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