Weekend Blessing!

Here’s just a little thought for you to ponder. I pray you will experience a Sudden Glory moment with God this weekend!

 Love you!
Sharon 

 

16 Responses to Weekend Blessing!

  1. Andrea November 2, 2012 at 4:09 pm #

    Thank you and God Bless You, Sharon Jaynes.

    Love and Light of Christ.
    Andy

  2. Marie Pompilus November 2, 2012 at 4:43 pm #

    Thank you Sharon, you do the same.

  3. cindy November 3, 2012 at 4:30 am #

    thank you will be expecting to slow down pay close attention not to miss it.love the messages,been reading to catch up,hope to get your books when I can,your are truly used by the lord to touch peoples lives.

  4. Jane Brizendine November 5, 2012 at 1:43 pm #

    God blessed me this weekend many times and I had many God Moments. I was in a Kairos inside weekend at Rockville Women’s Prison in Rockville Indiana. Many of the resident’s felt God’s unconditional love and forgiveness for the first time. To witness such miracles I was blessed. I have so much I would love to tell you about this but not enough space. Agape love was shown to them and to me as well. To God be the Glory!

  5. Barbara Hammett November 6, 2012 at 12:25 am #

    Dear Sharon, I don’t normally respond to your postings, but the wish for a Glory moment actually came true for me yesterday (Sunday). Not that I was surprised, God truly does work in mysterious ways. And it was not just one moment, but a series of moments all day long that affirmed God’ faithfulness as I am travelling this particular path with my daughter who is battling Stage 4 colon cancer…and we think God is finally bringing us to the end of the road with a new treatment plan. So your wish came true, at least for us, and I just wanted you to know! Thank you for all your uplifting and enlightening messages; I share many of them with my daughter, and they help both of us to remember whose we are!

    • Sharon November 6, 2012 at 2:28 am #

      I’m so glad God made Himself known to you in so many ways!

  6. Alice M. Trigg November 6, 2012 at 1:35 am #

    Thanks Sharon! I love your daily e-mails. I don’t even know how I began receiving them! Just so happen that God allowed it to happen.
    Today one of the ways I saw God’s glory was as I was preparing to go to a new class at the gym, an envelope with my name on and a belated birthday greeting from my sister was in a not-so-much used drawer. I had a birthday in Sept. so I was thinking why would the envelope still be in my drawer . I curiously opened the envelope (laughing to even imagine that its contents was still in there). The money that was given to me was still there. I don’t know how it got in the drawer, I remembered thinking I knew what I was going to use it for and yet it was still there. jJust this weekend I returned an item thinking I needed the money for something else and I purchased a dish for a reception for my pastor . The amount in the envelope was more than what I had spent for the reception. God shows His glory to me all the time!

  7. tina November 6, 2012 at 2:16 am #

    yes

  8. tina November 6, 2012 at 2:17 am #

    i enjoy all the eamil i get frm your group it helps me alot

  9. Bridget November 7, 2012 at 6:35 pm #

    I am almost finish reading your book The 5 Dreams of Every Woman. I know God has inspired you to write this book for woman all over. I purchased 1 for my sister and will purchase several more for some of the women at my church. I am going to write a little note in the inside saying,”This is just a little early Christmas gift and I realize that we have three things in common: God,the Father, Jesus, the Son, and the Holy Spirit. Enjoy!! Love You

  10. Stephanie November 8, 2012 at 11:50 am #

    Thank you, Sharon, for reminding me of God’s sudden glory! I recently began a Bible study at a half-way house for women in addiction recovery. I was really nervous the first day. When I walked in, the first person to greet me was a young woman who had been in my sixth grade class twenty years ago. She was thrilled to see a friendly face, and so was I! Her wonderful greeting and introduction broke the ice and opened hearts all over the room. Only God could have arranged the exquisite timing of that first day. Thank you for sharing what He gives you! I need constant reminders to look for His sudden glory.

  11. John Larimer November 8, 2012 at 2:50 pm #

    There was another time I’d like to mention , the Lord willing. I was at work and They usually had a radio station on with popular music playing, while working I Was feeling down and heavy burdened with guilt of sin almost to the point of feeling crushed. Then all the sudden this song came on. I don’t know the name of it , but the words I heard were “Just an ordinary day and I just called to say I love you” and it felt like I was just catapulted from the very depths, up into His loving arms. Talk about the Lords timing and His orchestrating ability. <3

  12. Jessica November 8, 2012 at 4:25 pm #

    I used to suffer from severe panic attacks and hadn’t had them in a while. In the last month my husband and I are dealing with the soon to be fading of his father and a family who hates us an persecutes us. On top of it all we are in dire financial hardship and count our coins for gas and food. The fact is that I have been worried, dismayed and lazy about going to my God first. My “glory moment” happened yesterday and today. Yesterday I started to feel a surge of panic and thought I would go into a downward spiral but a friend prayed with me, I prayed and started immediate meditation with my Lord. I cried out in sorrow for my burdens and the God of peace met me on my shower floor. This morning around 5AM while my husband was still sleeping, I felt a surge again. I rebuked the devil and prayed and remembered my God’s promises to “fear not” for He is always with me. I read scripture that supported God’s love and promises for me and through prayer and faith I fell back asleep and woke up laughing with my husband. Will I falter again? Maybe, but my God is in control and he wants me to LIVE my life to the fullest! Thank you God my savior for loving and caring and HELPING me in times of distress: mentally, physically, from outside sources, financially, and spiritually.

  13. Summer November 8, 2012 at 7:58 pm #

    Sharon,
    I moved up to North Dakota in August all by myself to take a job as a new RN. It has been one of the most lonely times in my life. I had been struggling with God and His choice to move me here for a long time. I had been searching for a church since I arrived and found nothing close to what would meet my needs as a Christian divorced woman. At my new job I was sharing with some women how I have desperately trying to find a place of worship and fellowship when a newbie (like me) invited me to her church. This past Sunday I went to service and found the lesson intellectually stimulating and faithfully affirming – a perfect fit. Wednesday evening there are several small groups and after service I was so excited to go to one. This is not like me at all, I am very shy around new people…throughout the day I found 1,000 reasons why I shouldn’t go. But I finally heard myself say “Summer you have been looking forward to this evening all week – no go!” I arrived yesterday evening into an eating area looking desperately around for someone who looked like a leader so I could ask where my room was. All of the sudden I heard my name. My coworker was there with her family! Finally a familiar face in a town of strangers. During the discussion portion of the group I heard a woman speak who shared of the same trauma and hurt I had experienced as a child. I was inspired to share my own story and the two of us immediately connected. We got together today and she listened and supported me as few have had the experience to be able to do so in my life. She called a close friend of hers and soon the three of us were warmly sharing stories about our selves and lives in my apartment that had felt so lonely for so long.
    In the months prior as I searched for a church I could hear a small voice encouraging me to be patient. And as God can only do – at the exact time I needed it most not only did I find a church but I met to wonderful Christian women with whom I have so much in common!
    God ALWAYS delivers on His promises…I need to be reminded of that. Thank you Sharon for a place to share this wonderful glory moment!

  14. Fisayo November 14, 2012 at 1:10 pm #

    Hello Sharon,
    Thank you for the eye-opener through your message; “Reading Scripture with Fresh Eyes”. Like the man in your message i have always been stuck with my Old King James Verson but following your advice I just read Psalm 91 in “The Message” and it brought home the truth of God’s love and will for me afresh.
    Thank you and God bless you.

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