Best of Intentions

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Work brings profit, but mere talk leads to poverty! (Proverbs 14:23 NLT)

The daffodils are up in my yard, and I’m in full “I love spring” mode. Well aware that snow in April is always a potential dark horse around here, I appreciate every flower, bud, and branch I can smell and carry into the house—especially daffodils.

Every spring I look at the daffodils, decide we need more of them, and intend to plant more in the fall. Then autumn comes, and I might or might not remember that spring promise.

Click on over the The Glorious Table today to read further and find out why I, and so many others of us, have to conclude that “my springs are full of good intentions, and my falls are full of “I meant tos.” What do we do about it?

 

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