Sabbathing the Blog

Hello, Dear Reader!

I am taking a small break to let the blog rest and breathe. To let my heart rest and breathe with no expectations, self-imposed or otherwise. Those self-imposed ones are the worst kind!

I love that you keep stopping in to check on how things are going or to see if there is anything new. I love how you share what has touched you with others. I love that you are a subscriber who gets this in your mailbox as soon as it is posted.

If you are not yet a subscriber, now would be a great time to sign up! 

My invitation to you while I step away is to explore the 500+ posts all tumbling together to make up this blog.

Yes, I have written over 500 posts! I have always been very full of words.

There is a lot of good stuff in here. I know, because much of it has spoken to me again, lately, and I think, I wrote that! 

There is a tag cloud at the bottom of the home page, a category list on each page (what’s been composted), and a search box. I’ve written a lot of things in a lot of seasons. There is a lot of music tucked away in here. Some stories.

There are links at the bottom of each post suggesting other, similar, posts.

My prayer for you who land in this space is that you will find just the right words that you need for where you are on your journey. I am trusting that for you.

Blessings to you all! You have no idea how my heart is encouraged by you.

Hugs,
Julie

2 thoughts on “Sabbathing the Blog

  1. Aunt Marilyn

    Enjoy your rest and being still with Him . . . the One who will be exalted, is exalted, and has always been exalted! Love you and all your words from your heart that have ministered in God’s perfect timing for whenever I have read them. He is at work in each of our lives, at this very moment! Good morning Lord, this day is Yours! Lead me through it! I give it to You!

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  2. aaron

    I am glad you are resting. I look forward to reading what words God is forming in you while you Sabbath.

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Thanks for heart-composting with me! I appreciate your words.