Tell Me Something Good Monday – Make It Wonderful!

For many people Monday’s mean we “have to” go to work and do what we don’t want to do for a long week. This type of thinking leads to a bad attitude. Have you ever considered what a privilege it is to work? There are many people who are not able to work. Have you ever considered that when we work we are pleasing God? . . .

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Praise the Lord Sunday – Have Faith

The only one I know who can get into trouble as quickly as Dominic is me. Yet, no matter what I’ve done or how hopeless life seemed at the time, God still had me. Joel 2:25 says when we have faith “God can restore what is broken and change it into something amazing.” I have found this to be true countless times in my life . . .

Use Your Gifts to Change the World Wednesday – A New Baby in the House

Today is day four with a new baby in the house. Yes, as silly as it sounds, at our house bringing a kitten home is like having a new baby. I have the jealous sibling, my Great Dane, Singer, and the baby who is adjusting, Dominic. When there is too much stimuli, like when visitors stop by to meet him, he gets overwhelmed . . .

Praise the Lord Sunday – 1000+ Followers!

I didn’t want to leave without taking a moment to say thank you for following Hisperfecttiming and sending supportive comments every day. My husband and I keep all followers in our prayers. Each of you is special and unique, and my life is much fuller having known you. As you go through the day, remember to trust God. . .

Forgiveness Thursday – Keep It Well with Your Soul

Every Thursday I send a message about forgiveness. This week I put myself to the test.

Monday morning my maternal grandfather died. When I was a child he sexually abused me. I kept the family secrets until I was in my to late twenties and my younger sister, a tween at the time, tried to kill herself due to the abuse she experienced. I came out on her behalf as a corroborating witness and lost everything except my husband and children. Make no mistake, I gained nothing . . .