23 Mar '15, 8pm

I wondered how often I confuse savoring with saving and miss out on the joy of enjoying what God has given me?

I wondered how often I confuse savoring with saving and miss out on the joy of enjoying what God has given me?

I watched our little one stand at the window and cheer as the FedEx truck pulled in to deliver a package. She knew it was her Easter dress – the one she chose on her own (and fortunately for us, the one that only cost $9). Out of the package came new sandals, a pair of pink tights with sparkly butterflies, a white sweater, and finally – her dress. Pink. Sparkly. A dress fit for a princess – which we discovered to be true when we realized she matched the life-size Barbie at the local bulk grocery store. I immediately hung it up in her closet to keep it nice until Easter. But when she asked me this past weekend if she could wear it to church? At first I said “no” – I didn’t want the dress to be ruined or the tights to be snagged. I thought I could compromise and offer the shoes instead of the whole outfit – but it wasn’t what she had in mind. And I realized that there was no...

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@DanOffTheRadio this sounds good

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