Thursday, March 10, 2022

The Waiting Process...

 Stay Calm And Wait, Living From Glory To Glory Blog...

Enjoying The Last Portion Of Winter

It's not quite spring and we will surely get some more snow,

But I have faith that the crocus flowers will appear again!

One thing that has always brought me calm and peace;

Is my HOME

Sometimes cleaning and meal preparation,

Even washing dishes, or tidying up a room

is a healing balm to my soul.

Sometimes we can get anxious in the waiting process.

But actually it is in this waiting process, we grow.

We can keep busy and occupy while we wait:

As a homemaker, I can get a job that needs attending to

and get busy and as they say getter done (smiles)

Some days it seems the term puttering around the 

Home is a bit more accurate.

The world appears to be in a stage I do not recognize.

Keeping oneself calm and at peace can be challenging!

Watching too much news is not wise;

Don't talk about politics or world affairs with people

who do not agree with your belief in Christ?!

As it seems to lead to almost a verbal lashing.

Yet, we can talk to others about our faith and Christ!

Remember the government is on His shoulders!!

Here are a few quotes we have all heard or read before;

Home is among the holiest words.
A true home is one of the most sacred of places
It is a sanctuary into which men flee from the world's perils and alarms.
It's a resting place to which at the close of the day,
The weary retire to gather new strength,
For the battles and toils of tomorrow.
It is the place where love learns its lessons,
where life is schooled into discipline and strength,
Where character is molded.

By J.R. Miller 

As the years pass, I'm coming more and more to understand
That it is the common everyday blessings,
Of our common everyday lives for which we should be
Particularly grateful.
They are the things that fill our days with comfort and our hearts with gladness.

By Laura Ingalls Wilder

Keep watch over your Heart and Home...
Blessings, Roxy


  1. Amen! I have been puttering about our home this morning. Vacuuming and dusting and just moving things from here to there in various rooms. There has been no TV or radio on this morning because I just don't want to think about it. However, news creeps in anyway. Dennis just talked to a former coworker who's wife is a Russian immigrant. Her family is desperately trying to escape Russia. They say Putin has lost his mind since Covid appeared. That's an interesting thought isn't it?
    Thank you for commenting on my blog and for always being a postive person in blogland. May God bless you and your family in the coming days.
    Blessins and love,

  2. I loved this post Roxy. Its so simple, peaceful and true. Blessings to you ~ Linda

  3. Beautiful post Roxy sorry don't comment much. Read your posts, as come by rmail still, but only can comment on phone.

    Blogger won't recognisethat I'm logged in on my iPad since an update a few months ago which is most annoying.

    Yes, our Father's peace in our homes, doing all unto the LORD is contentment. So encouraging in the everyday.
    Thank you so much for the reminder.

    Thanks for sharing, and may God bless and keep you and all whom you love safe and well.
    Prayer hugs, Shaz in Oz. X

    {Wonderful Words of Life - Shaz in Oz}
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  4. My home is indeed a refuge and a sanctuary, Roxy... your words and thoughts are so true. It is a blessing to make my home a place where my family can come and feel loved, cared for and safe!

  5. I'm keeping my eyes off the news and on what's important all around me. It's a survival and a thriving tactic.

  6. Good words and encouragement Roxy. Thank you for sharing. The Lord Bless you and Keep you.


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