Arianne Segerman
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Arianne is a mom of three boys and a baby girl. She lives in Phoenix, AZ, and sifts through the Legos and fluffy cloth diapers hoping to one day catch up on sleep. Her heart is healing and thriving from living life as a mom of kids with autism and...

(in)side DaySpring: things we love
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  1. Refreshing Arianne! Thank you for this beautiful reminder. Love changes our vision and I want to [choose] to see through the lens of love.

  2. This is a beautiful post. I love the sentiment: “Instead of blaming the darkness, we blame the products of the darkness”; never thought of it like that, but it’s true. The people are loveable; it’s the sin in them that makes them seem otherwise, and only through Jesus can we have a new nature and the righteousness of God – good news for them and good news for us.

    I know that since I’ve become a Christian, I’ve forgiven in a way that I couldn’t before I knew Jesus. I pray that I’ll continue to walk with Him and show His love and forgiveness to people.

    • It puts every human at the same place, the place of needing love and grace and a turning to Him. It frees us of judgment and hate and revenge and all the other things God hates. And I believe forgiveness is for the forgiver when it’s us doing it. Another way we’re freed. <3

  3. Such a fresh beautiful post. A great reminder not to hate the products of darkness, but the darkness itself. I am constantly asking God to help me to see through His eyes and to love like He loves. It really does change everything about how we view our world and the people in it.

  4. For God so loved the world

    the whole world

    each and everyone of us

    baggage and all

    I love His love!

    And I want to pass it on!

  5. Beautiful.

    I love this especially:

    “Any greatness I see in someone,
    I know that the same components for greatness dwell within me.”

    I’m blessed to have a spiritual mentor in my life whose face literally radiates with God’s love. It’s incredible- it’s what I strive for. I want people to be able to just look at me and see something different- I want them to actually see the love of my Redeemer not just hear what comes out of my mouth.

    Thank you for this post and congratulations on the coming arrival.

    • Thank you Shannon! Yes how amazing that you have a mentor like that – such a gift. We have so much potential, each of us. <3