Sunday, December 13, 2009

Facebook...

It's been a month since I've posted because I have been enjoying spending time on Facebook. Only recently did I sign up at the nudging of my husband to "check it out". It's a whole other area in this world wide computer life called the internet.

At first I just looked around and asked a few people to be my friends and then I realized that God was involved in this. I have met an amazing group of people...an artist who lives in Japan, an artist & worshipper who praises the Lord with flags (like me) in HI, a couple who have opened their home to teenage girls in Kenya, missionary friends in China who just gave birth to their daughter in Thailand, a woman in Canada who worships the Lord with her violin, and a woman whose passion is to make cookies & cupcakes. There are plenty who do not know the Lord yet He is so giving when I ask for His words to write. Infiltrate & release like an arrow...

The most amazing aspect is the influence that my words now have around the world as I comment on their posts. Sometimes it will be a sentence asking God to release His presence, His passion, or His purpose in their situation or life. I am in awe of Him that He does...

One testimony is from a young black teenager who struggles with His walk with God. So many times, the words have been written like a sword to penetrate the darkness & the lies that want to keep him bound.

I do believe this is a season that the Lord is releasing the mothers to nurture or maybe He is releasing me to nurture as a mother?

Only by His Spirit on this little box called a laptop...

3 comments:

tea said...

Oh, Margie, that's great that God has given you the ability to use facebook to minister for him! By his Spirit may you keep using the gifts he has given you to impact others!

Deb said...

You're taking Jesus Christ to the nations!

And your excitement and energy about this ministry comes through loud and clear.

Like Tea writes, "...keep using the gifts he has given you...."

Sweet dreams.

Jesse said...

It's good to hear from you Margie! I hope you are doing well. I hope you have a very Merry Christmas as well :)

Jesse