That would be me… I love to learn, to read to take notes and then to research and prayerfully walk through information. Though it usually appears unconnected, so much of the time I am connecting the dots later. Usually I can see an idea or an issue that the Lord is giving me to research and then I can pass on that information to family and friends who might need it at a later time.
My niece was having problems in school. The school automatically diagnosed her in need of testing for ADHD.
Classic “school” response to a child who is different from their normal mannequin students.
The conversation with my sister(in-law) was fairly easy to flow. After reading articles and books about health and gluten, I simply suggested a few amazing websites a good book or two and keeping a food journal.
Simple basic information that is filed away on rainy days from online communities and friends who have dealt with gluten issues and because I’ve listened and pondered things in my heart I’m able to help.
I’m a note taker, and a natural born encourager. Though some days people get tired of cheerleaders in their life, I’ve learned that with this comes the precious gift of praying for my family and friends and at times complete strangers.
A simple gift. Going BOLDLY into the throne room of God and praying on behalf of others.
Do you take time to take note of what is happening around you?
I don’t always, sometimes it is too much. But I often pray that the Lord would use me to say and do things that would bring HIM glory and not myself.
On this day of my photo, I was the family note taker. My 7-year-old daughter is writing and illustrating a book.
I stated that I would write down all the animals we saw at the zoo that day. I also included that we took a Mr Pibb, popcorn and fairy floss break😉 I was notified by my daughter that it was not needed information! Ha!
My I be like Mary who stored up things and pondered them in her heart😉
It must be important or God would not have mentioned it in his word.