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All Is Well

Today, almost overwhelmed by all there is to do in order to be ready, I was feeling a bit lost.  New things keep cropping up, i.e., a large debit  on Dan’s business bank account by a company that I’d not seen any papers about.  But after an hour of searching, there it was.  It has something to do with his business.  I had too much on my mind to remember to call the company in Florida before their offices closed today.  At 2 p.m. here, their office clock said 5 p.m., and they were gone until Monday.

And what did I read in God Calling, by Russell, as part of my devotional this morning…ALL IS WELL was the title —  “My Keeping Power is never at fault, but only your realization of it.  Not whether I can provide a shelter from the storm, but your failure to be sure of the security of that shelter.  Every fear, every doubt is a crime against my love.  Oh, children, trust.  Practice  daily, many times a day, saying ‘All if well.’  Say it until you believe it, know it.”  All is well.  All is well. The interruptions will cease…or I will ignore them…and I will get on that plane next Tuesday to go back to my home in Sfantu Gheorghe, Romania.  All is well.  — Anne

God created the waters

God created the waters


The ultimate cause of our problems and fallacies is an incomplete awareness of our limitations. We use to  overestimate our observations, our thinking and our influence considerably. This might be a result of our tendency to self-idolization.


Real love transcends the visible, temporal, actual situation. It sees the genuine. That which  is real, essential, that which will last.


The solution of the mystery of life cannot be found, solved by intelligent reasoning.

— from “100 Little Thoughts about God, Man and Society,” in Memory of Dan Boyd by Dr. Dick van Geet, Utrecht, Holland

God created the mountains, rocks and plants...and God created you and me.  ALL IS WELL.

God created the mountains, rocks and plants...and God created you and me. ALL IS WELL.

August 8, 2009 at 7:36 am 1 comment


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