#Declaration of Love


Today is the 4th of July. The day I have the wonderful privilege and joy of celebrating both my country’s birthdate and my own. There will be lots of celebration and fireworks all across the country as we remember those who sacrificed life and blood down through the years to make us free.

Because its my birth-date as well, I remember the love and sacrifice of my mother who gave me birth over seventy years ago.

Most of all, I remember the God who created me in my mother’s womb, made me aware of the love and grace of  Jesus Christ; and caused me to be born again.

Father God, I praise you that you know my name.
Yes even in my mother’s womb you created and called me,
Hovered over and cared for me
In that secret place known only to you.
I praise you for the years of faithfulness and mercy
You’ve shown on my life’s journey towards you.

Most of all I praise you…All Sufficient…Gracious Savior…and Lord,
for the wonderful privilege to know and be known by you.

O Lord, you are the portion of my inheritance and my cup.
The lines have fallen to me in pleasant places. Yes, I have
a good inheritance (Psalm 16:5,6).

*The gift of the Rose was hand-stitched by my granddaughter Esther. Thank you Essie for each little stitch of love you poured into this beautiful keepsake!

10 thoughts on “#Declaration of Love

    • Thanks Hon. You know I must keep writing, I just can’t help it! All praise to our God and King who giveth all things richly for us to enjoy. He even lets us share His Words. What a privilege!


  1. Happy Birthday Glenda. You are a joy to have as a friend and sister in the Lord. He brought us together many years ago and that spiritual bond is so wonderful. These word from your heart encourage me. Blessings to you.


  2. Happy Belated Birthday, dear Glenda! It is truly the day the Lord has made! We will rejoice and be glad for your life and breath!
    Love and Blessings!


  3. Finally I get a moment to stop and be blessed by this great post! And the stitched piece is so beautiful from Esther – makes it even more so since it was created by this dear granddaughter!
    What a special celebration you had for your all-American birthday 🙂


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