Tuesday, February 24, 2015


Years ago, a friend gave me a DaySpring perpetual calendar inspired by the motion picture, Letters to God.  It sits on my desk, and every morning I look forward to reading the message of hope and encouragement for the day ahead.

Today's words are words I've been giving a lot of thought to lately.  I'd like to share them with you.  May they bless you and brighten your day as they have mine.

Dear one,
      When I created you, I did not make any mistakes.  I fashioned you just the way you are in order to fulfill my perfect plan.  You are a masterpiece!
                              - God"


Alyssa Bybee said...

Isn't it amazing how much more He sees in us than we can see now. So many of our "weaknesses" and shortcomings are perfectly tailored to give us the best experience here on this earth. We are truly unique and perfectly designed by a Father who loves us more than we can comprehend!

Sandra K. Stein said...

Amen, Alyssa. Amen!

Grammy Staffy said...

Thank you for the sweet thought. Thanks also for the books. I loved reading Sincerelly Wrong. Hugs, Lura

CreativeGardensbyDebbie said...

I don't know if I am posting this correctly since I am technologically inept but wanted to say that I hv not yet read Sandra's memoir yet but plan to shortly and am sure it will be extremely interesting and inspirational. Sandra is an old friend of mine and I knew her when she was struggling and searching for Christ. Even while struggling and trying different avenues through the occult and other things she continued to search until she found her way through Christianity and found God. But even while struggling she always tried to find the positives in her life and in herself -- and also helped me find the positives in myself. We lost contact for a while and just recently found each other again. I am certain that when I read it I will remember things that I was privy to during her search and I will learn things I did not know. But one thing I can say is I am sure it will be extremely touching snd inspirational. I hope you will read it as will I and enjoy her life's journey. Debbie