From My Journal

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From Big Sky Buckeye

Time slowly heals while it builds strength.

Do you write a daily journal?  This inspiring thought comes from my journal, and much of what is written in my journal comes from reading and commenting on other bloggers’ posts.  Thanks to many of you for adding so much to my journal.

(Updated December 2)

138 thoughts on “From My Journal

  1. I have been on a break from journaling, but God is leading me back. All prayer time has the potential for fruit, but as you point out … when we write it down we can share if He leads to do so! Thank you for this post. I will let you know when I get going again.

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  2. Yes. Remembering is important. I love the way this is emphasized in the OT. The way the people of God built offerings or left piles of stone as a remembrance of what the Lord had done for them. It’s good to remember …. It builds our faith and increases our gratitude.

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  3. I do not know why many of your comments came up in my ‘spam’ folder. Thank you for all of them! I was not ignoring you intentionally.
    Yes, I keep a daily journal – it just happens to be stored here!

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  4. Thank you {{{Richard}}} for putting people first – and for sharing your journal writing. I record in a journal each day, too. My son gave me one for my birthday this year. It’s a 5 year format … a single sentence each day. Thank God for compound sentences!

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