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Tuesday, February 19, 2008

Welcome! (Again)


I have a devotion running today with Proverbs 31, so I wanted to say welcome to those of you who come here as a result of clicking on that link. I hope you will stay awhile and get a glimpse of my crazy life as a wife and mom of a half dozen!

This devotion is about installing Runaway Ramps in our lives. Why don't some of you leave a comment and share what your Runaway Ramps are in your life? It would be fun and it might give others of us some good ideas!

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8 comments:

Tricia said...

This was a great devotion. This devotion came at just the right time. I need to install some of those ramps in my everyday life.

Bonita said...

Loved this devotion, Marybeth, and it was very timely. One of my runaway ramps is keeping the Sabbath. It's not always easy, but what a blessing to know that one day out of the week I get to stop everything. Screeching brakes never sounded so good!

Anonymous said...

Having a time limit on the computer so that I won't ignore more important things.

Anonymous said...

Thank you for this devotion, I am a mother of 3 girls ages 14, 10, and 4. There is never a dull momment in my home. One of my ramps is my womens bible study. In reading your devotion and doing the application steps I realized I need more ramps- this devotion was definately needed today! God Bless

Anonymous said...

In reading this devotion, I believe I may have too many ramps! My challenge right now is to stay put (mentally and physically) and address the important things I'd rather ignore..

mattie said...

Thanks for the devotion. My husband and I just came back to Charlotte from spending the weekend in Asheville. As we were driving down the mountain I was studying those runaway ramps, noticing the dirt piled high to stop the truck, etc. I mean really studying them! I thought it was odd that I spent so much time thinking about runaway ramps. I came home and read your devotion and had one of those "Ah hah!" moments. Obviously our kind, merciful, patient Lord is once again trying to get my attention. Thanks to your devotion I'll be re-visiting my thoughts of runaway ramps with a personal focus. Thank you!!

Mary Lou said...

I read it yesterday and thought it was a wonderful idea. I actually had an off ramp day yesterday. Since I work for my husband and am not totally essential to be here, I can take off when i so desire if I have nothing pressing to do. So....I felt bad and took off, it was glorious....God met me and we had a terrific day. I will think of this devotion when I plan another off ramp day..Blessings

Laura said...

I love the visual, and I will never look at those runaway ramps in the same way again. What a great way to remind ourselves to look at what we are doing and decide whether or not to get off that road! Thank you, Marybeth, for such a neat word picture.