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Stacey is a lover of the woods, an imperfect follower of Christ, the mother of three blue-eyed children, the wife of Darrell, and much more. She writes about her walk of faith in the in-between moments, and she is passionate about investing in the lives of other women.

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  1. Stacy,

    You are spot on with this post. Far to often people don’t pay attention to God’s ah ha moments or nudges. We dismiss them saying we are to busy. All it really takes is a few minutes of our day to stop & really pray for that person. Then send an email or text to let them know you prayed & are thinking of them. So simple. I have a small group of 5 ex-co workers. We try to meet once a month to catch up on life. I guess you can say that I’m the super glue that holds us together. I’m the less busy one who texts each one to see how each one is doing & I pray for each of them all the time. They know I have their back. Often times I get a little busy & forget to look at my prayer list. When I shower God brings people to mind. I immediately start praying for them. In the quiet of water running I stop & talk to God. It is no coincidence when God brings someone to mind. He knows your needs & wants you to know He’s thinking of you. His way is to get others praying for you & talking with you about the problems. Galatians 6:2 states Carry each other’s burdens, and in this way you will fulfill the law of Christ. God specifically commands us to help each other in any way we can. Sometimes He has to nudge us in the right direction.

    Blessings 🙂

    • Thanks for the response, Beth! Yes, it’s far too easy to just brush off those whispers from the Holy Spirit. May we be women who encourage others by those promptings!

  2. Thank, you Stacy… this is a reminder to me to pay attention to those Holy nudges and reach out! Loved this post!

  3. Loved what you wrote. So true. Thank you for following the Holy Spirit. You have taught me to listen with better ears. God bless your truth and may it bless more people.

    • Thanks for reading, Deborah! May we be attentive to the prompting of the Spirit!