Kind and Tenderhearted  

Ephesians 4:31-32 Let all bitterness, wrath, anger, clamor, and evil speaking be put away from you, with all malice. And be kind to one another, tenderhearted, forgiving one another, even as God in Christ forgave you. 

Father thank you for your tenderhearted kindness and care, that provides comfort in the most horrible events. That we can always look towards you for comfort, joy and a newness of life is a blessing. Your kindness and tenderhearted care provide a place of rest for all. May the love of you shine through us at every moment. In Jesus name. Amen. 


For the last couple of months my heart, emotions and feelings have taken a roller coaster ride. Unexpected changes in all aspects of life have caused a world wind of stress, strife and a dichotomy of growth and learning. In no way that I can see was I prepared. However, He has prepared me in ways that only He knows. He knew I would need my friendships to carry me through the now. In 2019 as He began to shift relationships around, He saw and knew of 2022 and what it would entail. With kindness and a tender heart, He began to strengthen me. He answered my prayer to be surrounded with likeminded women. Women who with a faith in God made some challenging decisions in their own life journey. Decisions that He knew I would need to hear. Decisions that He knew they would need to share with others, so they too could be encouraged. He then revealed to me the creative side He instilled in me so deeply, when He crafted me that brings calm, peace and joy within while supplying for my family. However, He did not stop there. He then began to knead my heart, so that it would be soft enough to feel His touch, hear His sweet somethings of guidance, teaching, and direction. Grateful that He did not stop there and continues shaping me into what He has called me to be in the mind, body, and spirit. With such kindness and gender hearted care, He continues to rest rule and abide with His children. What a wonderful Father.  


God thank you once again for your kindness and tender-hearted care. It brings comfort during turmoil, stress, or strife. You continue to show who you are in our life. May the love of you be near and dear to us all. May we extend kindness and tenderhearted care on to another as you call us to do in your holy word. In Jesus name. Amen. 


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