Allowing God to Be Our All in All — 11 Comments

  1. Clearly a beautiful evening. One to remember. I, too, want to be Jesus to others. What a great reminder that we have opportunities all around us to reach out to others and to be nourished by studying God’s Word and be encouraged in a local Bible study./women’s group.

    • Val, thank you for your encouragement to the reader, reminding us all of the opportunity we have to be nourished in God’s word through our local Bible Studies.

  2. Janis, this post is beautiful in words and photos. I have been blessed in reading Cynthia Heald’s, A Woman of Excellence, years ago. I’ve been going back and reading old books and it may just be time to pull this one off my shelf again. Thank you for sharing this encouraging post!

    • I’m so glad you found this post meaningful for you. Cynthia Heald is such a humble woman of God. We’re doing her Bible Study on “Becoming a Woman Whose God is Enough. “

  3. Janis, thank you for sharing these beautiful insights from this lovely women’s gathering. Thank you for introducing me to Cynthia, I will have to look into her books and ministry. Blessings.
    ~Selah ~

    • Hi Paula,
      Thank you for stopping by. I’m glad you found Cynthia Heald’s message inviting. She is a gifted writer and offers her readers different ways to connect with God.
      From My Heart to Yours,

    • Hi Paula, I’m sorry so much time has passed since you left your comment. I’m glad this post introduced you to Cynthia Heald. She is full of Godly wisdom which is reflected in her books. I’m sure you’ll find her books uplifting.

  4. Janis I am so glad I stopped by today! This is a wonderfully encouraging article. I was blessed by Cynthia Heald years ago by reading her book, A Woman of Excellence. Cynthia lives the words she writes and speaks. Such inspiration we can be to others when we remain connected to the Vine. Thank you for sharing this night with us!

    • Donna, thank you so much for stopping by. Cynthia is truly a reflection of the Lord she serves. And she walks out the words she writes. It was a blessed evening. Grateful we are doing her recent book, “Becoming a Woman Whose God is Enough.”
      From My Heart to Yours,

    • Thank you, Donna, for stopping by. I’m sorry I didn’t get back to you sooner. I’m juggling too many balls right now, and have to figure out where I need to focus.

  5. I don’t know how I missed your post – but what good encouragement. You’d think I’d have this imprinted on my heart – and after your post, it is: “apart from me you can do nothing.” I need those words imprinted on my heart today! Thank you, friend! ~ Maryleigh