Tell Me Something Good Monday – It’s Never too Late to Make Wrongs Right!

Direct my footsteps according to your word; let no sin rule over me.  Psalm 119:133


Happy Monday!  I hope you have as many good things to share as I do and I look forward to reading your stories.  My good news started on Friday.  I didn’t receive the votes I needed to accept a post I was seeking.  You may ask what is so good about that.  The good news is the lady who was elected has reached out to me and is going to include me on a committee.  After the fact I feel this is a better solution for me with my hectic schedule.  I’m happy and excited.  I have been studying 1st and 2nd Chronicles.  In my studies I have come to realize that God loves people and names are important.  I also noticed that order and organization are important.  So, this past weekend my husband and I began cleaning and organizing.  He has taken on the outside and I’m organizing the inside of our home.  I’m embarrassed to admit that it was overdue on both accounts.  Our efforts gave me satisfaction and will probably save us both time, energy and stress.


Have you ever realized days, months or even years after an action, that it was wrong? I would guess this is common.  As we grow as Christians our knowledge grows.  So, what should we do?  We have to trust God and try to make amends, even if making amends could be detrimental to our future.  Where it is sometimes difficult to trust people, God will never let you down.  That doesn’t mean that there will not be hard times.  However, when you trust Him, He will never forsake you.  What makes this decision difficult is the fact that when we make amends we are vulnerable.  Don’t let this stop you.  Do the right thing and rest in your faith!

Have a wonderful Monday.  God bless you.




  1. What you shared is awesome, and that is the power of the message of Christ. Your reminder is so important as God continues to transform us saving us with each step we take. For many salvation is about a date, place and time. That was the case with my Grandfather who would stand up every time there was the opportunity to give your testimony and say 50 years ago January 22 I accepted Jesus Christ as my savior and then sit down. As a young man, I would think (with respect) to myself so what has happened since then Grandpa. But truthfully God through the Holy Spirit transforms us daily for that ultimate day of Salvation when we stand before him whole and complete

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