Posted by: Glenda Mills | October 9, 2018

This Is His Time


This is His time, purposed long ago.
When your ears are fully opened,
and second causes fade;

 you will see God in everything,
and give Him all your praise. 

This is His time, His purpose and plan.
When your heart is fully open,
His sovereign will embraced;
You will see God in everything
and give Him all your praise.

This is your time, to live, laugh and love.
When your eyes are fully opened,
to look upon His face;
you will see God in everything
and give Him all your praise.

He has made everything beautiful in its time. Ecclesiastes 3:11 







Posted by: Glenda Mills | September 22, 2018

Willing To Be Willing

God’s will, not mine I said, 

as I laid my weary
head upon his breast.
I bring my struggles,
I bring my pain,
I bring my fears,
Lord make me whole again. 

Forget the past,
its hurts its pain.
Bring them to me,
the guilt, the shame
all nailed to the Cross,
that sets you free. 
The freedom to find new life in me. 

Rise to go forth in my strength alone, empowered by grace.
Willing to be willing….My will, not your own. 

Posted by: Glenda Mills | August 15, 2018

Too Difficult?


When you feel stuck in your present circumstance….Some past event, hurt, or words that caused you pain; Get up and watch God birth a new morning,
then dare to say,
“Nothing is too difficult for the Lord”.

Watch the dark night break into
morning’s radiant light,
then dare to believe,
My way is seen by the God of the Universe.

Look up, laugh, and love.
Receive fresh morning’s grace
and proclaim…
“Nothing is too difficult for the Lord”. 

 He gives the choice;
Believe or doubt Him.
Accept or reject Him.
Live for self or Him.

He longs to breathe new hope into hearts
made ready to receive.
He will not disappoint the one who
looks for His promises through
the pages of His Word.
He will not abandon nor leave
the one whose heart is completely His.

He is all we will ever need.
He is all we will ever want.
He is the Great I Am
and will be what it takes to meet our needs.

Yield not to the lying voice of temptation.
Draw near. Be still and know,
Nothing is too difficult for the Lord.  

Ah Lord God! You have made the heavens and the earth by Your great
power and Your outstretched arm! Nothing is too difficult for you.
Jeremiah 32:17

The eyes of the LORD move to and fro throughout the earth that He may
strongly support those whose heart
is completely His. 2 
Chronicles 16:9 





Posted by: Glenda Mills | March 16, 2018



I laid it down,
conflict of heart
and soul;
dropped it into
the reaching hands
of Abba Father,
the One
who sees
and knows all.
I left it there,
entrusted to
the One
in full control.
Then entered
soul rest,
fresh breath
of wind
and Spirit.

I will stand upon my watch and watch to see what He will say
to me and what I will answer when I 
am corrected. Habakkuk 2:1 

Posted by: Glenda Mills | January 31, 2018

The Mender of Broken Hearts


I have journaled for decades.
Poured out my heart on tear
stained paper. Held nothing
back from the One who held
me. Year after year I climbed
into my Father’s lap and gave

Him the broken pieces of my heart.

And He mended it. Again and again.

Now in the winter season of my life, I look back from heaven’s
point of view, 
and gratefully proclaim: He does all things well. 

Like yours, my story is different, yet in many ways the same.
Truth is we
 are all broken in some way. And we can all give our
hearts back to the only
One who can mend it. 

Are the details of our lives important? Maybe. Maybe not. I for
one don’t feel we
need to air our dirty laundry to those around us.
Some things are meant for God’s eyes only. The One who formed
us in our mother’s womb knows all about our lives. (Psalm 139)

I challenge you to take up your pen and write a letter to the only
who can re-write your story. Pour our your heart and ask
Him to pour out His love.

He will. (John 3: 16)

Come to Jesus, our wonderful merciful savior. Our High Priest
who is touched by our feelings, and able to help us in our time of
need. (Hebrews 4:13-16)

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