I don’t know how I could have lost it, but I did.
I just got back from Christmas shopping and was so happy that I found some great gifts at great sale prices. But when I got home to unload the groceries and my gifts, I realized, with a drop in my stomach — that I couldn’t find my wallet. It was a pink wristlet, a special birthday gift from a friend.
An hour later, after zooming back to the store, looking in all the shopping carts and turning my car inside out, I had to accept the truth: my wallet is gone. I can call to replace my credit cards, but here’s the thing: a rebate check I got from Costco for purchasing something earlier in the year was gone.
All the savings I scooped up that morning flew away, like dollar bills with wings.
But then I got an idea. I called Costco and asked if … (To be continued)
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Christmas Devotionals For Your Soul
I wrote today’s Christmas Devotional for Your Soul to kick start the second week of Advent together — to begin a beautiful, new series called #OneWordAdvent.
This #OneWordAdvent series is a simple way to stop and reflect on God’s whispers to you this Christmas. So invite a friend or two to enjoy this series together! I’ll be sharing Christmas Devotionals for Your Soul here on the blog this month.
So as you read the rest of today’s devotional by clicking below at (in)courage, what one word is God placing on your heart? Hold it close and share it with me in the comments over at the (in)courage site.
By the way, SO much has happened to me, since I’ve been busy writing Book #2 for you since summer. I can’t wait to tell you everything, to share the hard times and the good times. Praise God, I’m turning in the final manuscript to the publisher this week!
I’m looking forward to swapping stories, brewing some coffee for your soul and encouraging each other. You’ve been on my heart and in my thoughts and prayers, more than you’ll ever know. Love, Bonnie
Join me now. Read rest of “How Can We Pray For You: The One Thing That’s Impossible To Lose”. Click here and join me over at DaySpring’s (in)courage site, where today’s post is published.
Pause. Get soul refreshed. Join me there. Share a comment. I’d love your company.
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