The title says it all. Of course, I praise Him for every day – that’s just what I do. You can take my word for it, but I would rather you try it yourself. No matter what situation presents itself, you ought to praise Him through it. My testimony is full of tests and challenges. I mean, isn’t that what a testimony is all about? As I create this post, I am thinking about the past week, rather than this day of the week. Going forward, you will read my ‘praise report’ from the previous week. I will aim to start the week off with one of these posts. Heck, you may read a not-so-random post similar to this one on any given day, if the urge comes.
So here is the first PGIM post.
I’m so thankful for my children. I was just telling a co-worker (who shall remain nameless, for the time being, although I would love for her to provide a guest post) that I don’t know where my mind would be if I didn’t have my children as the ultimate motivation. I am sure they don’t even realize how most of my personal choices are in direct relation to them. I am currently estranged from my husband. While this is typically cause for sympathy and sadness, I am rejoicing and praising God for what he has in store for me. I am keeping my eyes toward Heaven, for I truly know where all of my help comes from. Times are especially tough right now, but I am the eternal optimist. I see the light at the end of the tunnel. Do you?