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About HerLowliness

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  1. Hi-tech blessings from God

    Thanks Patmen! God is so amazing! I loved hearing about the way He has provided for your internet connection. I can see that He's given you a heart to share about Him with others. It's wonderful that you are taking care of your mother. I pray the Lord continues to strengthen you and give you His perfect peace.
  2. introduce

    Hi Doug, I'm looking forward to chatting with you. I'm new too! HerLowliness
  3. The Joy of Our Testimony in Christ

    Excellent question, and I've enjoyed reading everyone's comments. Matt 5:16 comes to mind " "Let your light shine before men in such a way that they may see your good works, and glorify your Father who is in heaven." It's easy to get in a "boxing match" with others in chat, using sciptures as ammunition to "prove" ourselves right. But is being right always better when it makes someone else feel bad or (more often) simply encourages them to dig their heels in and become more firmly entrenched in their own point of view. Phil 2:3 says, "Do nothing fom selfishness or empty conceit, but with humility of mind regard one another as more important than yourselves Jesus didn't defend Himself (well how could He say He was innocent when He had chosen to take all of my sins upon Himself to the cross.) I think it is often pride that keeps me arguing to convince others of my view instead of trying to build a relationship that might ultimately lead them to seeking the truths that God would have me share.
  4. Greetings

    Hello friends! I'm excited to be here and make new friends. I'm 59 years old, married 41 years, raised 5 kids (homeschooled), and have 5 grandchildren under 6 years old (one hasn't been born yet and one is newborn). I'm especially interested right now in the Bible's exhortation in Titis 2:3-5 for the women to teach each other. I find even at this age there is so much I want to learn and would love to have other women (older and younger) share what's worked for them in ministry, in their marriages, with their grandchildren, neighbors, etc. I recently had a younger woman ask me to mentor her and I've got to tell you that was very humbling and made me feel that by this time I should be more mature.