April 6, 2016


Spring is here!

Birds are singing,

wintry bare limbs are popping with green leaves,

dry brown grass turning green by the showers of April rain -

buds on trees and plants are blooming all around with butterflies seeking pollen from bloom to bloom.


Maui, Hawaii                                                                                                    photo by Sharon Moye 



God’s beauty of new beginnings is so beautiful.

The barred owl I viewed this morning was sitting on a lofty limb observing God’s creation.. a squirrel….

The owl gets a panoramic view turning his head full circle.

In her habitat, the owl has her daily purpose.


We too have purpose in our community.  God wants us to Bloom where He has planted us.  We are Unique - perfectly made for this season in our lives.

There is only one You to do the job God has called you to do.


“For I know the plans I have for you, declares the Lord, plans for welfare and not for evil, to give you a future and a hope.” Jeremiah 29:11



Another scripture verse in Ephesians 2:10 discusses our



“For we are his workmanship created in Christ Jesus for good works, which God prepared beforehand, that we should walk in them.”


Aren’t those verses in the Bible so neat?  God has a plan for us that He prepared for us to walk in.  Therefore, be courageous, ask God to direct your steps and walk into His plan that He has prepared for you.


Soon, hopefully by this summer I will be sharing with you a dream that God has given me to do.  Please be in prayer with me as the details of this dream are unfolding.

I will give you a hint.. the vision is centered around Isaiah 61 and encouraging all women.. in all walks of life..


So, lets step out in faith and Bloom where God has planted us!


                                                                                                                            photo by Sharon Moye


Yes, we are unique and designed for His glory. 


Remember you are the only one that can do the job that God has called you to do!



                                                                                                                                     photo by Sharon Moye



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