Two Hundred Fifty.

ONE | Soli Deo Gloria. I’m still here. I don’t know why, but God knows. Lots of changes since my first post. Lots. (First blog post ever: Welcome to BHG! Posted on October 10…2007!? I can’t believe I just shared the link to this. Embarrassment shall ensue. Two words: Don’t. Judge. I’m the worst critic of my writing. I must press on, however.)

TWO | I got to chat with (mostly listen to) 5 amazing men of God tonight. I haven’t been this refreshed in…I don’t know how long. (Check out this site. Now. Reasons for Hope. And. Watch one of their AWESOME videos. Debunked.)

THREE | I was going through a series of wedding photos I took for a friend and I found this one I took of my lovely mother at Starbucks before the dress rehearsal. In light of this upcoming Mother’s Day, I thought it would be appropriate to share this now to remind y’all that the day is coming (Sunday, May 13, 2012).

FOUR | I need life to slow down. Just a little. In light of stress and other negative elements clouding my existence, I have found a song which points me to the One who gives me purpose in this crazy thing called life. I hope y’all can find joy and peace from the words found in this song. May we only fall on our knees for the One who created it all. Jesus is my rock, my fortress, and my deliverer. In Him will I trust. Praise the name of Jesus!

But I will find you in the place I’m in, find you when I’m at my end,
Find you when there’s nothing left of me to offer you except for brokenness.
You lift me up, you’ll never leave me thirsty,
When I am weak, when I am lost and searching
I’ll find you on my knees.

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