Wednesday, July 16, 2008

Lifting the Veil of Rejection Part 2

My husband’s grandmother, Mema, has filled several china cabinets with antique glassware. One cabinet in particular contains milk glass, which was very popular in the 1950’s and 60’s. Some of Mema’s collection always belonged to her, while other pieces she acquired at various sales. Some of the bowls, pitchers, and creamers in Mema’s cabinet are valued at more than $250.00, yet she never paid that amount of money for any of them. In fact, she bought several items for a few dollars each at local yard sales.

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Anne Elizabeth said...

This was a great post for me to read this morning. Especailly because I was praying that God would show me who I am in Him. I have felt really rejected and worthless for the past few weeks. There are days where it is easier to cope. Then there are days like today where I wonder how I am going to make it through the day. Thanks for sharing this today!

amycloud said...

God bless you for this article.

LauraLee Shaw said...

I read this over at Faith Lifts and then clicked over to see your beautiful blog. God is in it, girl!

mattpatt said...

Anne Elizabeth -

I saw your comment to this article and for some time now, I too, have felt worthless and rejected - I know where you're coming from. It's actually one of my reasons to start my blog.

I appreciate your willingness to share -

I also needed this article as well -



Wendi said...

Seeing oursleves how God sees us would change our lives I believe. I am striving for that very thing. Again, thankful for your writing as such an encouragement on the journey. :)

Susan said...

I loved this and left a comment over there as well. I remember when I figured out that I sold a Lladro piece of collectible glass at a garage sale for $1. Someone probably knew I had a screw or two loose!!

Rejection is NEVER easy...but thank Goodness there are a set of loving GRACE-FILLED hands there to catch us when we fall.

:-) Susan

JnL4God said...

Thank your for your visit. I may be back to link for the blog roll.

Charlene Kidd said...

I was so excited to see that you had visited my blog. I have really enjoyed yours as well. I added my name to Mr. Linky. I can not wait to check back in.

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Alana said...

So thankful we are so worthy to Him!

Steve n Vickie said...

I like your new layout. Its really nice.

Morning By Morning said...

That really touched my heart. That was so beautiful.

It is so sad to see what some children have to go through, I have spent time in a children's hospital as well. Josh has shared rooms with kids whose parents don't even come to visit them:( So many kids never had a father look at them and say, "I love you" or "I am proud of you" . It is so important to me to talk to children about the Lord, especially ones that come from broken homes. So they can see that they have a Father that will always love them . . . no matter what.

"We love because he first loved us."
1 John 4:19

Vixbil said...

I too relate to this much the same as Anne Elizabeth. Thank you for your writing and check out my blog as I have awarded you

Rachel said...

Wonderful post. Do you still work with the abused children? What an amazing ministry.

Thanks so much for visiting my blog--you are always welcome!

Julie said...

Thank you for visiting my sweet Hannah's blog and your sweet comments.

That blesses me!


Chuck said...

Such as special post. I'm glad you visited so I was lead to stop by and see you. Everyone I know struggles with something. I have been going thru something as of late myself ... .needing to find myself. Your sharing this story helps others see what's important in life.

God bless you new bloggy friend *huggies*

Marsha said...

Great post and a beautiful site. Thanks for dropping by and come back anytime.

I noticed the Then Sings My Soul meme you posted. I may decide to join in on this one!

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