If any of you lacks wisdom, let him ask God, who gives generously to all without reproach, and it will be given him.
Good morning! I hope you are all finding your Saturday to be full of sunshine and time with your family. This semester has really flown by. Our homeschool on the farm has just finished week 12 of our main curriculum and this week begins the "birthday season." In addition to that we are nearing the busiest season of all with our kids and their livestock and 4-H projects. Our next month or two of weekends will mainly consist of showing goats and lambs. In the moments between (and they are few) we will work together on fair projects and sewing projects. On top of the normal things, it is already time for me to begin my school planning for 2015-2016. My daughter will be a senior. I can't even believe that is possible! So this week has me pondering life. I chose the Bible verse above for inspiration because this week has been a week of questions in my small circle of friends. Where ever I go people are seeking wisdom. For one mom it is wisdom on filling out college applications and sending her son into the world. For my church it is on how to find a new pastor and rebuild a church one day at a time. For one family member it is how to deal with current health issues and waiting patiently for a healing surgery. When I have a few moments of spare time, I like to read books. This week the book Love the Journey has me also seeking wisdom in how to "keep a quiet home." This is intriguing to a mom of 5 kids ranging from almost 17 to 18 months. ;-) I know others have things in which they seek wisdom. No matter the depth of the wisdom we seek, God gives generously if only we ask. So I want to encourage you to ask God for the wisdom that you seek as you make decisions about your future. No matter how big or small the wisdom you seek, God has promised to give generously to all.