Monday, November 17, 2014

Fairy-Tales and Finances


This week I'm reading The Princess Spy by Melanie Dickerson and Faith and Finance: Peace With or Without Prosperity by Melissa Schworer. 
Fairy-tales and finances, y'all.

I won The Princess Spy in a Seekerville giveaway and bought Faith and Finance at a Bible conference my church held last week. 

What're you reading? Or do you even have time? 

Bro. Sam Gipp, the evangelist at the conference, challenged all of us to evaluate the time we spend reading our Bible. So I want to make a point of putting that Book first this week. 

God opened my eyes to a lot the past few days, and I hope to incorporate some of that into a post for Friday. I'll leave you with this one tidbit Bro. Gipp shared: If we trust God with our souls, why don't we trust Him with our lives?

More on that coming soon...

7 comments:

  1. I'm reading The Princess Spy, too!!! :) I'm at the part with the big black stallion and the bracelet. :) I have so many books I want to read! I have about 15 I REALLY want to read. I'm thinking of scheduling reading days into my calendar as a part of my writing schedule. Writers need inspiration, right? LOL.

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    1. That part was FUNNY!
      Reading days? Oh yes, I do believe I need to schedule some of those. :)

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  2. Both books look good. I read fiction and a lot of non fiction. I try to schedule an hour of reading a day. It is hard as Natalie noted. But the last hour before bed with a cup of chamomile tea is IDEAL.

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  3. I should mention that the Bible is a given. Daily before I get to write OR read blogs, lol.

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    1. Thanks for coming by, Tina! I love reading before bed--calms my mind. I usually read my Bible before bed, but I'm working on doing that in the morning before I write or get on the internet, like you said.

      Love the hour of reading idea, except when I get into a story I don't want to stop. Ha!

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