Confession #4


I Have a Confession to Make

I Have a Confession to Make
The word “intimidate” is intimidating to me.
I Have a Confession to Make
I can look at myself in the mirror one moment, and then the next, see something totally different.
I Have a Confession to Make
In general, I think the world doesn’t really care enough about an issue until something traumatic happens, and then they care.
I Have a Confession to Make
I once had a best friend but now is a stranger…
I Have a Confession to Make
I’m not afraid of the dark, but more of what’s in it.
I Have a Confession to Make
Sometimes, I think a guilty conscience is a gift from God.
I Have a Confession to Make
Some people may think working from home is a piece of cake, but that couldn’t be further from the truth. Working from home is WORK!
I Have a Confession to Make
I admit it…I sometimes daydream of what it would be like to live the life of the rich and famous…and then I thank God I’m not.
I Have a Confession to Make
I sometimes act as though something doesn’t matter, but down deep…it breaks my heart.
I Have a Confession to Make
I sometimes forget what I should remember and remember those things I should forget.
I Have a Confession to Make
My worst conflict: what I know I should do vs. what I feel.

I Have a Confession to Make
I can be overbearing, annoying and sometimes overly emotional…but thankfully,it doesn’t happen often nor last long, when I am. I think….  🙂
I Have a Confession to Make
I often think this… but, it’s my first time saying it…” Denying the truth doesn’t change the facts!”
I Have a Confession to Make
I can’t remember what it’s like to not be tired.
I Have a Confession to Make
I think jealousy is a lack of self-confidence. Do I get jealous? Yes!
I Have a Confession to Make
I am a Christian…A Christian with flaws.

God sees me and knows me. He understands me. He loves me.He forgives me.

His love and grace covers me completely. I am thankful. I am blessed.

This is the ultimate confession.

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12 thoughts on “Confession #4

  1. Good evening Laura, I missed your podcast. I read, though, about your season of depression. I am lifting you up tonight. Please dont ever hesitate to reach out. I am one who fights the desire to withdraw, listening to all the lies that go with that. I am thankful to Jesus for lifting me out of the mire, though He knows I still tromp through the mud sometimes. May God give your mind and soul rest this evening. In Christ, Julie

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    1. Thanks so much, Julie. I truly appreciate your heart felt thoughts. So thankful to be reconnecting with you again.

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  2. Amazing,Amazing! I loved it at first glance only,the actual reading was a delightful revelation! 🙂

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    1. Thank you sooooo much! I’ve peeked at your blog but then got busy with work, so I’m going to get a better look soon. I look forward to following and reading your blog posts. 🙂

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      1. Oh! Thakyou so much for paying a visit.I write random things on books and poetry that I read,I like your blog.I feel it very serene here. 🙂

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  3. You’ve got so many great things to say…that’s why I’ve nominated you for The Versatile Blogger Award 🙂 All the best for a happy and successful 2016!

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    1. Thank you so much! I really appreciate the nomination and will work on posting soon!

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  4. SIMPLY AMAZING! LOVER THIS~

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    1. Thanks Marissa! You have no idea what that means to me. I appreciate your continued support and encouragement! 🙂

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  5. I do understand the poem. Easy to slow down and harder to go forward. But we must. A amazing poem.

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