Let’s expect multiplied miracles in March. John and I are expecting them. What about you? God is the God of miracles. As I think about this, I begin to think on the miracle of how a precious baby is given life in the womb (it’s all invisible), and then the new baby is born. I think about the beauty of flowers growing, snow falling, healings taking place, and most of all the amazing miracle of the new birth. As we believe in our hearts and confess with our mouth that Jesus is our Lord and Savior, something so incredible happens. We become a brand new creation.
Miracles Surround Us
Each new month brings to me new expectation and anticipation that “something good is going to happen to me (to you!)”
I love Psalms 118 which tells us over and over that His steadfast love endures forever.
1Give thanks to the LORD, for he is good! His faithful love endures forever.
Ps 118 NLT
Our Theme for March
The theme for March in Fabulously Fit is Faith. Without faith it is impossible to please God. It is impossilbe to see multiplied miracles without faith. Our current course is The Spirit of Faith in relation to fitness and health. This course has begun as a Teleconference course, but can also be taken as a Home Study course.
Our Church, Createchurch.com begins a series on Faith this coming Sunday. It takes faith for any kind of success in life: health, fitness, long life, peace, joy, prosperity. We can never learn enough about faith. I can’t wait to learn more.
We take baby steps. We believe repetition brings reinforcement. Each of us have similar goals as Christian women who want to become Abundantly Healthy, Increasingly Happy and FABULOUSLY FIT. Team members attend each course free.
May you be blessed with a multiplied miracles March.
Now to Him who is able to do exceedinglyabundantly above all that
we ask or think, according to the power that works in us,
Old Age Isn’t for Sissies
As life goes on, it become more and evident that old age is not at all for sissies. In. fact, the sissies won’t make it. I see this as I observe my mom, who will be 100 in May. She could have quit long ago. My Dad has been gone 20 years. Most of the ones her age didn’t make it. Mom didn’t quit. I know she is lonely without dad and arriving in Heaven will be a great joy to her. You might like this post from a few years back Old Age isn’t for Sissies
Living Long and Strong
Back in 2008, when my mom broke her hip and decided an assisted living would be a good idea, I became so interested in living long and strong. Over a year of study, I created an ebook and workbook. In this course I pulled in the secrets I had learned from experience living, teaching and studying Fitness and Health over the past few decades . I coupled this experience with the in depth-inspiring research study I did in 2008 on those most remarkable ones called “Centenarians” (those who have lived the honorable age of 100 years old.) If you haven’t read the Ebook, I promise it will bring you some needed insight for the coming years.