Category Archives: Bridget A. Thomas

Welcome With God by Bridget A. Thomas

Enter his gates with thanksgiving and his courts with praise; give thanks to him and praise his name. – Psalm 100:4 Many people have a vision of God as a judgmental and harsh ruler. Some believe that they have to … Continue reading

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Watched Over With God by Bridget A. Thomas

The empty shelves we saw in the grocery stores during the pandemic have heightened my fears. Not only did many people buy all the toilet paper, but they bought much of the food as well. And recently in my area, … Continue reading

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Worry-Free With God by Bridget A. Thomas

I was on my way home, driving down a local road, with dinner boxed and warm in the passenger seat. It was Friday evening and I was happy to embrace the weekend that was ahead. Suddenly the car in front … Continue reading

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Wandering With God by Bridget A. Thomas

Sometimes our lives take unexpected turns. We might visualize the path that we would like to take in life, but things don’t always turn out the way we planned. We might have negative experiences that take us down a road … Continue reading

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Waiting With God by Bridget A. Thomas

For many of us, waiting is one of the hardest things. Whether we are waiting in a doctor’s office for our name to be called or waiting for a big breakthrough to catapult us towards our goals, waiting can makes … Continue reading

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Wanting With God by Bridget A. Thomas

“I want it!” How many of us have heard a toddler wailing in a store about a toy or candy they wanted. Those little ones can scream so loud and make you think something catastrophic is happening, when it is … Continue reading

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Our Eternal Home by Bridget A. Thomas

There is a meme that I saw on social media a couple of months ago that brought tears to my eyes. I saw it on my dad’s timeline, but I am not sure who originally posted it. I wish I … Continue reading

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Grateful for the Little Things by Bridget A. Thomas

In my normal routine, I drive to work Monday through Friday. My husband likes for me to call him when I arrive at work, to let him know that I got there safely. My husband will later send me an … Continue reading

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An Easter Prayer by Bridget A. Thomas

When I was growing up, Easter Sunday was a fun day. After church, we had an Easter egg hunt with hard-boiled, dyed eggs (indoors since I grew up in the north). A basket filled with sweets awaited us, courtesy of … Continue reading

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Freedom from Perfectionism by Bridget A. Thomas

There are many days when I fret and worry about all the things on my to-do list. I wonder when I would have time to get it all done. Twenty-four hours in a day just doesn’t seem like enough time. … Continue reading

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Remove the Residue by Bridget A. Thomas

There is a shampoo that I like to use every so often. It is an anti-residue shampoo by Neutrogena. They say that regular shampoo, conditioner, and hair care products leave a residue in our hair. This little gem by Neutrogena … Continue reading

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Walking With God by Bridget A. Thomas

Today is the second day of Lent. If you know me, then you know I love Lent, Advent, a new year, and basically any opportunity to change and cling to Jesus. Each of these seasons can be a precious time … Continue reading

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Lord, Open Our Eyes by Bridget A. Thomas

There is a story in the Old Testament that I love, found in 2 Kings 6. First a little backstory. The king of Aram did not like the prophet Elisha because Elisha was always one step ahead of him. When … Continue reading

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Three Keys by Bridget A. Thomas

I was recently reading a book called Fasting by Pastor Jentezen Franklin. He pointed out how in Matthew 6, Jesus gave us three important keys to our spiritual walk – Give, Pray, Fast. They are three things that we might … Continue reading

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True Identity by Bridget A. Thomas

Do you put yourself down? Do you call yourself a fraud, a failure, fearful, forgotten, or any other negative word? We all have our own lies that we believe about ourselves. They come from past hurts, our own mistakes, and … Continue reading

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