What’s Your Story?

What’s your story?

Who are you?

Are you younger or older?

Are you married or single?

Do you have children?

What has the Lord been doing in your life?

You are important.

Your story is important.

Your story is God’s story.

Are you a career woman or a stay-at-home mom?

Do you like to be in the center of things or do you prefer to be behind the scenes?

What’s your favorite color?

Do you have a dream?

What’s your dream?

You are smart.

You are beautiful.

You are gifted.

You are called.

What has been the best day of your life?

What are you grateful for?

What are the gifts you have been given?

What was the worst day of your life?

What has broken your heart?

What has healed your heart?

You are strong.

You are resilient.

You have what it takes when you rely upon the Lord.

Who are you?

What’s your story?

We all have a story. We all are little pencils in the hand of God (paraphrasing Mother Teresa).

He is writing your story. He is writing my story.

So I want to know…what’s your story?

Here on The BarnPrincess it is so easy for me to share my story with you, but now I want to hear your stories. Leave a comment below and share a little bit about you. If you have a blog leave your blog address so I can come by and visit.

4 Replies to “What’s Your Story?”

  1. I hope you can come by and visit and get to know more about me 😉

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    Colletta

    1. Thank you for coming by. I went by your blog to visit. How is the SlimFast working for you?

  2. Hi Misty, I have been following your blog for several months – I appreciate your consistency in sharing what is on your heart – you are very encouraging. Encouragement is what I hope to offer others, but I have not gotten the writing consistency down pat yet. I have too many irons in the fire.

    1. Thank you, Kelly! If you go back in my archives you will find that I didn’t start out consistently at all. Some weeks I would blog every day other weeks just once or twice. The consistency is something I constantly have to work at because it is too easy for me to get sidetracked.

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