Happy Saturday my friend.
I hope you are happy today. Even though I am fighting a cold, I’m happy.
I mentioned in my last post that I enjoy taking time to bless and encourage people during the forty days leading up to my favorite day of the year – Easter Sunday.
I wrote this post on Ash Wednesday, the first day of my Lenten Love Letter journey. I realized today that I had not released the post. I guess my head cold got the best of me that night. But here it is!
My list of people to bless is growing.
Do you know someone who needs an encouragement? Let me know and I’ll add them to my list.
Today, I bless YOU, my blog friends. Thank you for taking time to read my random thoughts posted here in cyber space. It means a lot to me that you click on that link and take the time to read. I’d love it if you posted a comment to share your own story.
Every Wednesday I spend the evening at Starbucks watching hundreds of people coming and going as they pop in for some java or hang out to write papers, study for tests or chat with friends. This University Village Starbucks is full of college students so I feel like the old gray mare here.
I see a young couple staring into each other’s eyes in between study sessions. I wonder what they are talking about? It makes me remember study nights when I was a young college student.
I see an older, gray haired gentlemen nestled in amongst the twenty-something students, reading and taking notes. Is he a professor? A student? A grandpa?
I love this time every week because I get to pray for all these people. I bless them and ask God to touch their lives in a unique way tonight.
Can I challenge you to start your own Lenten Love Letter List?
Is there someone in your life who needs a phone call, an email or a hand written card – just because?
Remind them they are precious in God’s sight and chosen for such a time as this.
Tell them how much you care about their day.
Show them you care enough to take just a few minutes to write that note.
Come back to my blog and tell me the stories.
I have so many stories of people who have contacted me weeks, months or years after receiving one of my notes. They let me know that the encouragement I sent came at the perfect time.
It’s just so much fun. I want to share the process with you too.
Who will be your first recipient of a love letter? Tell me please!
God bless your heart.