Sunday, August 8, 2010

Commitment !


What happened to
Good Ole Fashion
Commitment?



Commitment to our Lord,
regardless of the trial in life
we are going through.

Commitment to our Husbands,
regardless of the fight we had last night.

Commitment to our Children,
Regardless of how they have chosen
to live their lives , once they've grown up.

Commitment to our Sibling,
Dont let arguments separate you.

Commitment to Ourselves,
To being the woman designed us
to be.
Being the Heart of the Home.
We need to be the one who knits
our families together forever,and
teaches our family to Love God
in all areas of our lives.
Teach them to Forgive,
as God forgave us.
To love UNCONDITIONALLY.
To honor the people God has placed
in our lives forever, or even just
for a season in time...

"Commitment over Circumstance "

God has entrusted us woman with
our families and friends.
Lets make him Proud.
And let go back to
Good Ole Fashion
Commitment to our Lord..





18 comments:

Heather's Blog-o-rama said...

Well said, Karen!!!! I'm tucking all of this away in my heart!!!...for home and work!!! Have a lovely week!!! Love and hugs from Oregon, Heather :)

Terri said...

Thanks for stopping by my blog and leaving a comment! It is so nice to "meet" you!! Our small group is doing "The Love Dare" as our study. We meet a couple times a month and discuss one or two of them, and then challenge each other to make them habits. Good stuff for our marriages. This is a great post, too! Blessings!

Beth in NC said...

Oh Karen, what a good post. Such a great reminder of our commitments!

Have a wonderfully blessed week!
Beth

Candace said...

Hi Karen! So nice to meet you! I really appreciate your stopping by my blog to visit and leaving a comment. You have a wonderful blog and I'm now your newest follower. I look forward to getting to know you.

Blessings,
Candace

Jill said...

Karen,
What a great post again! This is so true! Seems like so many people today take the easy way out and give up. There is too much to lose by this gesture. Thanks for sharing. Thank you for your sweet comments on my blog. I can't imagine living where the seasons don't change. Fall is my favorite with the leaves in all their glory...
Blessings,
Jill

Stacey said...

Hi, Karen, Great post! I don't know what has happened to it, but we need to get back to it.

Thanks for visiting my blog.

Jo Princess Warrior said...

There is definately a lack of commitment today! Although, as you saw in my post that you left a comment on - my husband is commited to me! :)

People don't commit because commitment costs. Great post. xo

Gayle said...

Good question. Life has become easy come, easy go. Sigh.

Delilah said...

Hi Karen, thanks for stopping by my blog. Your blog is really encouraging and it looks like you have a wonderful family. Many blessings, Delilah:)

Amanda said...

lovely, just lovely
I really needed this today.

Adriane said...

Great words this morning! Thank you for posting this. Have a great day, Karen.

-:-Chanin-:- said...

Love this: "Commitment over Cirumstance"! Great reminder :) Be blessed today!!

Cora said...

Well said...thanks for this gentle reminder of things we tend to forget that are so inportant in life...A total commitment to Him!

The Brownings said...

Thanks so much for checking out my blog Karen. You blog looks great for just starting out. I'm "following" you now :) Have a blessed week!

Cinner said...

Hi Karen, I came over from Coras blog, you have a beautiful blog with a wonderful message today. I read your profile and was very impressed by yout story and that your family is back together. what a blessing, truly beautiful. I will visit again.

Mrs. A said...

Hi Karen,

Thanks so much for your sweet comment on my blog. Your post about commitment resonates with me I'll definitely be back to read more :)

Ebony S said...

What a great reminder! When the going gets tough, the tough... stay committed!!

Thanks for stopping by my blog! I am always thrilled to make a new blog friend, and I am already enjoying yours!

Camille said...

Dear Karen ~ Oh...we are in a culture of "commitment only until it doesn't suit me anymore"...which isn't really commitment at all! I really appreciated this post...thank you! :)

Blessings,
Camille