You are Beautiful…

I just wanted you to know you are loved and our Father sees you as a magnificent creation.  It may be difficult, but try to not believe the lies of this world.  People will try to wound you with words and rob you of joy.  You are the daughter or son of a mighty King.  Hold on to that truth.

God bless you and protect you,


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Song can be found on You Tube…Beautiful, by Mercy Me.

His eye is on the Sparrow…

Sandra Brooks McCravy, Sandy McCravy, Sandi McCravy, Greg McCravy, Derek McCravy, Johnathan McCravy, Sparrow, Bible, God

I hope you have a blessed day knowing He is watching over you as He watches over the sparrow.

God Bless You.






Great Quote from Living Proof Ministries

From Living Proof Ministries


God bless you and give you peace.

Sandra Brooks McCravy













Does God love me?

I just love Mustard See Budget’s posts! <3

Listen to His still small voice…

Take some time today to listen to the Lord.  <3

Blessings and Peace,

Sandra Brooks McCravy





God Will Fight for You

 God Will Fight for You
by Joyce Meyer – posted August 12, 2014

Then I said to you, Dread not, neither be afraid of them. The Lord your God Who goes before you, He will fight for you just as He did for you in Egypt before your eyes, and in the wilderness, where you have seen how the Lord your God bore you, as a man carries his son, in all the way that you went until you came to this place.—Deuteronomy 1:29–31

Dread is expecting something unpleasant to happen, and it has nothing to do with faith. Faith looks forward to something good. I believe dread is very deceptive.

Because sometimes it is so subtle that it is imperceptible, it becomes a significant problem that people really need to consider in their lives and see just how it afflicts them. The instant you begin to dread something, your joy starts to go and a “down feeling” sets in. Everything about the devil is down. It is all doom and gloom, depressing and discouraging, negative and yucky. Don’t dread anything, but instead face everything with courage and believe you can do anything you need to do and do it with a good attitude.

We know that lack of confidence, worry, dread, and other tormenting emotions are rooted in fear. Fear is the source of these problems, but you can stop fear. Listen and obey the word of the Lord, and He will fight for you.

Lord, all the dreads that come my way today are no match for You. I thank You that I can face them with boldness and overcome them with joy. Amen.

From the book The Confident Woman Devotional: 365 Daily Devotions by Joyce Meyer. Copyright © 2011 by Joyce Meyer. Published by FaithWords. All rights reserved.





Trust in the Lord

Isaiah 26:3-4







Corrie Ten Boom on Forgiveness…

Corrie ten Boom…I love her quotes.

God Bless you and Give you peace today,

Sandra Brooks McCravy


Charlie Daniels Performs Hatikvah & I’ll Fly Away in Israel








Stop questioning and trust in God

Family Share, Sandra Brooks McCravy, Sandi McCravy, Sandy McCravy, Greg McCravy, Derek McCravy, Johnathan McCravy

Marian Griffith

Trauma makes us ask God, why?  When I questioned, this is the answer I received.

  • There comes a time in everyone’s life when we go through a traumatic experience, an untimely death of someone we love, or just feel we are tried beyond what we can bear. We experience physical, mental and emotional trials. It is during those darkest moments we each turn to our God and passionately ask — why? What have I done to deserve this? Why am I being punished? Why did I have to go through this?At one such point in my life, I pleaded to know why, and the words, “Be still and know that I am God,” came to my mind. That was followed by the words, “My thoughts are not your thoughts, neither are your ways my ways.” I immediately felt a peace and calm come over me.I remembered these words from the Bible and wanted to see if I could find them. The first Bible verse is Psalms 46:10, and the latter is in Isaiah 55:8. The next three verses expounded on the first and touched my heart.These words reassure us that God is in charge. He sees the big picture while we are not able to see past the immediate challenges we face. I believe He is our Father in Heaven who loves us and wants the very best for us.It is almost like he is playing a tremendously large chess game. Each one of us are the players. He knows who he must inspire to accomplish his purposes. Each choice we make affects others, sometimes close to us and others anywhere in the world.There is a story about a little girl named Mary whose father worked digging wells. Every day Mary took a sack lunch to her father. Looking down into the dark hole, she couldn’t see her father working at the bottom, but he could see her standing in the light. Every day, she called out to her father. He told her to drop the sack down to him, and he would catch it. One day, her father said, “Why don’t you come down and join me for lunch today? If you’ll just jump into the hole, I’ll catch you.”“But, Daddy, I can’t see you.”“I can see you, and I will catch you.”Trusting, the little girl jumped. Her father caught her, and they enjoyed their lunch together.This is the kind of faith that the scripture, “Be still, and know that I am God,” is talking about. We must have an absolute faith in God to accept that he knows all and whatever happens is for our benefit. I believe he can see us and knows what we need to become the person we need to be.

    Instead of asking why, it would be more profitable for us to pray and ask for peace through our trials and the strength to endure them well. We can ask him to help us recognize what he wants us to learn from the challenges we face.

    When we approach God in faith and show our faith by obeying his commandments and living the very best we can, we will be guided and blessed. Just hold on. God knows what he is doing.

Marian Griffith

Marian Griffith is a mother of nine with a wide variety of entrepreneural experiences. She earned her BA in Natural Health.

God Bless you and give you peace,

Sandi McCravy