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Five Minute Friday: Rhythm — 16 Comments

  1. Totally enjoyed the rhythm of your post!
    P1: me…you’re just like me with the 2nd guessing game!

    Wow…nice. “A rhythm of grace”…kinda like I imagined as I swayed gently in the hammock on our breezy summer day! Yet,unforced. Wow. Makes it my choice to accept his invitation. Yet, how many times I refuse that gentle rhythm in my busyness! As it was my choice to make leisure and enjoy the day, looking at Creation & listing all God gives so freely. This first day of summer with the sun, warmth, and green plush trees moving in rhythm with the breeze was so much more enjoyable because I chose to relax in His Presence!
    Thanks for the thoughts! May your bouncing encourage the rhythm of grace in your heart today! 🙂

    • Thanks, Mom! I thought you’d like the rhythms of grace phrase. It’s one of my favorites from the Message. It’s where Jody and Jordan came up with the name Cadence for their little one.

  2. At our house the baby guessing game was dubbed “Baby Triage” by my husband. If the baby is crying assess: Is she hungry? Is she sleepy? Is she hurting? If the answer is no then its not an emergency!

  3. Bouncing in grace along with you. Beyond delighted to meet you.

    I hope you don’t mind if I splash around to get to know you. This looks like a refreshing place to dip into some serious goodness.

    You splashed me with encouragement today. I would be honored if you would splash other mommas as well with this post or another fave. We gather for momma notes. I jot some on Mondays, but it’s a link up whenever you can kind of link up. Just moms. Sharing our notes. Creating a melody.


  4. Loved what you said here: “I just want to dance through each day to the rhythm of God’s grace to me in Jesus.” Dancing through my day today with you! 😉 Thanks for linking up to the “Making Your Home Sing Monday” linky party today! 🙂

  5. Beautiful translation of that verse! And I love the idea of dancing through each day to the rhythm of grace. It makes me think about the song lyrics “Don’t worry ’bout a thing….” 🙂

  6. No wait, there’s poop on my leg – he must want a diaper change. How could I have missed that???

    Hahaha!!! I’ve said the same thing so many times! Thanks for sharing this beautiful encouragement. And thanks for linking up at Babies and Beyond!

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