So much fun-So little time!

So much fun-So little time!

(As you can see I am using a different format for my blogs. Please make sure you have my name in your inbox so that these don’t hit your junk mail.)   Some thoughts from my desk to yours… ON YOU… You are a history maker. Your life is designed to bring God’s influence and take new ground never taken before. Your journey is mean’t to be exciting, invigorating and powerful. ON YOUR JOURNEY… Establish your priorities. Expect the incredible. Invest in yourself. ON YOUR TIME… Make time and space for your highest callings. Make weekly dates with yourself, to rest in the way that recharges you. Master your time. ON YOUR LIFE… Don’t be afraid to be imperfect. Don’t be afraid to disappoint. Don’t be afraid to leave out the good to make space for the best! Enjoy your life and you’ll attract the world.   I am so excited to be unveiling my ‘Freedom Collection’ of animals to you as they happen in my studio! Watch your inbox each Monday for new Animal Paintings!!   Happy Monday! Mandy...

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For all the invisible people

For all the invisible people

Have you ever felt invisible? Take heart, you’re very much in the center of God’s eye. David must have felt invisible many times. He worked alone in the fields with the sheep, away from the excitement of his brothers grown up and military lives. But God saw… ‘He chose David his servant
 and took him from the sheep pens; from tending the sheep he brought him 
to be the shepherd of his people Jacob,
 of Israel his inheritance.And David shepherded them with integrity of heart; with skillful hands he led them.’ Psalm 78:70-72 While David was a shepherd he didn’t know that he would be king. But he did know one thing; he was a shepherd boy. Do you know how David trained to become king over a nation? It didn’t happen by killing Goliath or hardening his heart for military training; long before his military exploits David learned his lessons in the fields. He learned to be a king of men by being a king of sheep. David’s heart discovered a childlike, soft compassion for the creatures he looked after. He knew what it was like to rise up and risk his life to protect a single lamb from a bear and a lion. Do you know that it was this soft heart acquired in the fields that would protect David later in life from the pride of kings that would try to destroy him? When Nathan the prophet confronted a hardened David with the need to repent of his sin, David was moved by one thing: It was that soft place that had been etched in David’s heart while he was a shepherd boy, it was the thought of a little lamb being torn from a loving heart that shook David back to his true identity; the compassionate man who he truly was. (check out the full story in 2 Samuel 12 ) God knew that the unique call on David’s life required a unique school. And David did well in the school of small beginnings. He was a faithful shepherd even to foolish proportions; risking his precious life for a stray. God saw the purity in David’s ‘foolishness’ and He sees you too! There are no small beginnings with God. God weights those little things that seem invisible and foolish to men in heavens true measurements. Stay true to your call and never sell your heart for any price, because if you are patient it will yield the harvest that is promised to...

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