Barefoot Devotions // Lessons From The Holler

A Heart Like Joseph

The story of Joesph is full of grace, forgiveness, and love toward his brothers that wronged him.  It not only demonstrates to us the importance of always seeking God first in all of our circumstances but to do so with a mindset that God will work everything out for the best possible outcome and you will overcome the circumstance at hand.  Although our circumstances, problems, and people in our life intend to harm us,  God has a way of intending it for our good.

Barefoot Devotions // Lessons From The Holler

Struck by fiery arrows

Six Days Ago This morning when I woke up, I had every intention of shutting down this site. Ending my calling because it's too hard. Surely, this is not it. I struggled and wrestled with my thoughts trying to over analyze everyone. Two weeks ago something shifted, call me crazy but something in the atmosphere… Continue reading Struck by fiery arrows

Barefoot Devotions // Lessons From The Holler

Is your fluid dirty?

Earlier this week, I dropped my car off to have the transmission repaired and today I received a phone call that my car was finished and ready for pick up. I thought wonderful! He then tells me that the fluid was filthy and he flushed and serviced the transmission. No leak was found and no… Continue reading Is your fluid dirty?

Barefoot Devotions // Lessons From The Holler

Humble Yourself Before God

What does it mean to be humble? The dictionary explains it has having or showing a modest or low estimate of one's own importance. We must remember and accept that: •God is God and we are sinners in need of a savior. •His will for our life is the absolute best plan for our lives,… Continue reading Humble Yourself Before God

Barefoot Devotions // Lessons From The Holler

Not Forgotten

It always amazes me how distracted we can get on a daily basis and forget how far we have come in life. We do our day to day things and have our day to day issues.  Could be a stressful day with work and kids and so much to do and so little time to… Continue reading Not Forgotten