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  • Writer's pictureGracie Berney

Back Again

Hello Friend,

Welcome back! First of all, I want to apologize for the break; and also thank everyone that reached out concerned about the lack of new posts or simply my well-being. It was all very appreciated. Please bear with me as I plan to slowly share some of the reasons for my absence the last couple months in upcoming posts.

Also, I’m excited to share some great news! Over the next few weeks, there are some changes coming to the blog site. They will mostly be effective in August (less than 2 weeks).

Friend, I just want to say over the break, the Lord has been doing some great things that I can’t wait to share. But in the mean time, I want to share a simple verse that’s taken on some deeper meaning for me, with you all.

Proverbs 3:5-6 states: “Trust in the Lord with all your heart, and do not lean on your own understanding. In all your ways acknowledge him, and he will make straight your paths.” [ESV‬‬]

Sometimes we forget to trust God and as a result, we stray. Other times, we trust God half-heartedly instead of wholeheartedly and end up with the same results as the first. But the Psalmist is telling us to trust, depend, lean on God entirely and not on what we think, or desire.

These words are simple, but the last few months have taught me that sometimes even though we know these words to be true, we don’t always live by them.

‘In all your ways’ doesn’t leave any room for excuses or doubts, or worries or negotiation. Instead, it brings back the ‘wholehearted mess’ I was talking about.

So when we acknowledge him with all our heart, He will make our paths straight. Meaning no need for the unnecessary toils and struggle to figure out what’s right. He just points the way when we ask because since we’re acknowledging Him, we’re praying His will [not ours] for our life.

Again, thank you for all your patience and prayers. My husband and I continue to covet your prayers as we continue to navigate life.

Have a blessed week!



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