Day one of Quote Challenge!

Happy Sunday!

I want to thank Sue Love from https://runwithit.blog/   for nominating me for the 3 Day Quote Challenge! Whether it be a scripture or a worship song, Sue always has uplifting posts that inspire my soul. Be sure to check out her blog page!

The rules of this challenge are as follows:

Thank the person who nominated you and provide a link to their blog.

For 3 days, provide a quote each day and why you like or chose that quote.

Nominate one or more bloggers each of the three days for the Challenge and then send them a comment letting them know they have been nominated.

(When you receive a nomination, if you’re too busy, you can do it later if need be.) it took me over a month to get to it and I feel awful, but I have expressed my apologies to Sue, who has graciously forgiven me;)!

This is the second time I have been honored the nomination of this challenge and unlike the first time where I picked my fave quotes, this time I have decided to go with a theme. So all three days I will post about patience. An area I constantly have to work on in my life. Here is my first quote!

Patience is bitter but, its fruit is sweet. – Jean-Jacques Rousseau

This is a good reminder for me because, I can be worse than a child on Christmas day waiting to open gifts, especially when awaiting God’s answers! However no matter the anguish or anxiety I feel during the process, my faith grows stronger and I’m always amazed at how much better his plans are for me. I have seen the wisdom in the saying ‘Good things come to those who wait’.

For my nominees today I pick:

http://dailyhopeful.wordpress.com/

http://nefelibatasmind.wordpress.com/

Both are people whom I just met this month but, their encouraging posts and awesome interaction has earned them a spot light :). Please be sure to check their blogs out:).

Thanks for stopping by, enjoy the rest of this Sunday!!!

14 thoughts on “Day one of Quote Challenge!

  1. Thank you so much for the nomination! 💛 I’ve really enjoyed our chats and your writing as well.

    Let me think of my quotes, and I’ll include them in my regular posts – I’ll be sure to let you know when I get started.

    God bless you, Jessy! ✝️

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