31 Days

Welcome to the “landing page” for 31 Days of Reflection! I’m linking up with other bloggers at write31days.com to post a new essay every day in October.

Below is a general guide to how I plan to tune in to God each day. However, God is in control of when and where He shows up, so this could change. Truth is, He is EVERYWHERE so I’m expecting these posts to be chock-full of God-spots. Just click on the date to get that day’s post. As I share with you snapshots of my God-spots, I hope you’ll add a few of your own. Please feel free to join me in “selah” here as you offer up your praise and worship!

31 Days of Reflection

10.1 – October is a Good Month for ‘Selah!’

10.2 – Finding God’s Reflection in a Corn Shock

10.3 – Finding God in Unexpected Places

10.4 – Quotable from Oswald Chambers

10.5 – Selah Worship

10.6 – Because It’s Not All About Me

10.7 – Life Lessons Learned with a Pack on my Back

10.8 – On Being an Original, “Fearfully and Wonderfully Made”

10.9 – When God Just Knocks Your Socks Off

10.10 – Reflections in God’s People

10.11 – Quotables

10.13 – Reflections from the Word

10.14 – Nature or Nurture? To God be the Glory

10.16 – When Family Trumps Blogging

10.17 – Prepare to Stand for What You Believe

10.18 – A Little Bear Philosophy for the Weekend

10.22 – To Have and To Hold, a Heart Surrendered

10.23 – Like Chocolate, ‘Sweet as Honey in Your Mouth’

10.24 – When Cancer is Her Truth, She Needs You

10.25 – “When Necessary, Use Words”

10.26 – Today, God Made Me a Farm Wife

10.27 – ‘Duck Daughter’ is More Than Just a Pretty Face

10.28 – When All You Can Do Is ‘Do the Next Thing’

10.29 – Dogs Are Family, Too

10.30 – ‘God Still Speaks to Us Today’

10.31 – The Courage to Write Endings and Beginnings

http://write31days.com/A word about my linky button and header — I created them from a photograph I took on a healing trip to Florida in early 2013. I had completed treatment for breast cancer just months before my 60th birthday and as a gift, my husband sent me to Tarpon Springs, Florida with a good friend. This beautiful sunburst is painted on the side of a little church at the edge of a bayou in Tarpon Springs. I’ve never felt so close to God as I did during my treatment and on this healing trip. Our God is so GOOD!

To read my reflections on breast cancer you can start here. To travel with me on  “My Big Fat Greek Getaway”, start here. To catch up with other bloggers writing for 31 days, click on my button above.

"Selah" in our cabin by the pond.

“Selah” in our cabin by the pond.

 

“All the earth bows down to you; they sing praise to you, they sing praise to your name.” Selah! Psalm 66:4.

 

11 Comments

  1. jerralea says

    I love the idea of “selah.” I’ll be back to check out your God-spots.

    Today, I saw Him in an old saint who shared how we have been made “trustees of the gospel.”

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