He beckons to us, calls to us and asks us to come. Come and see, come and adore, come all ye faithful, come. My friends let us go together, let us run in great joy to our Lord shouting out…
Yes, sweet Lord, we are coming, we are coming through the darkness and the light, we are coming through the valleys and over the hills, we are coming through everything and we will help each other along the way.
Thank you my Lord for making us faithful and calling to us – we are coming!
All those the Father gives Me will come to Me, and whoever comes to Me I will never drive away.
Today is my second day of waking up and saying “It is Our Best Life” and already I woke up this morning saying, “It is Our Best Life”, but not feeling it from the bottom of my heart. Last night after dinner, I lost my temper with the girls. It seemed like all at once everyone was screaming and crying and I sent all three of them to time out before I allowed them to explain what had happened. After timeout I gave them a chance to explain. I then apologized and let them know that I made a mistake.
I was still feeling bad about this when I woke up this morning and no matter how many times I said, “It is Our Best Life”, I just didn’t feel it.
After taking the girls to school, I stopped to pick up G’s pants from the dry cleaner. I had my $5 out to pay the $4.35 bill and he asked if I had $0.35. I started rifling through my wallet and found lots of Euros and Canadian coins and finally two dimes. As I continued searching through all of the crazy stuff in my wallet he said, “This is enough. I want you to be happy.” and then smiled at me. I stopped searching and looked at him and said, “I want you to be happy too.” He then gave me a silent Namaste and motioned for me to take the $1.
When I got back to the car I started crying and thought, what a blessing that a complete stranger wishes happiness for me. I then said from the very bottom of my heart, “It is Our Best Life”!
I believe it and pray that I can wish for it everyday for everyone!