They Were Empowered In Spite of Their Frailty by Mimi Caban Ross


They Were Empowered In Spite of Their Frailty by Mimi Caban Ross

This morning while I was doing my morning routine, I was doing this thing where Holy Spirit leads me to a particular book in our vast collection and then a specific page number and then I open that book to that page number and see what it says. Sometimes I’m drawn toward a book title and sometimes a color. That’s how I began reading Mere Christianity by C.S. Lewis a few weeks ago because I was looking for a bright orange color and his book was the only one upstairs with a vibrant orange spine.

Today I was looking for bright fire engine red which led me to an early edition of the Mirror translation of the Bible by Francois Du Toit and the page number I was looking for was 223.

It’s a very slim volume…

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I am an enthusiastic daughter of God before anything! I serve as a literacy consultant, an Adult ESL teacher, a creative writing enthusiast, and a happy mommy ! Aside from being a better mom by challenging myself to take the time to work with her on kindergarten reading & math goals, including participating in some of her very imaginative play games, my goal has also been to write a couple blogs a week. I am trying to stay connected to the world in a spiritual, educational and hopefully inspirational way to bring joy to other blog readers! Not to mention a nice break up in the monotony of everyday mom life.

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