Nobodies & Somebodies

Welcome to my blog, I am a Christian writer who loves to see the Lord at work in the everyday. If you’re reading this page, you may be wanting to know a little bit more about me.

Everything about me is really expressed in the song, Make My Life A Prayer to You, that’s written and performed by the incomparable Keith Green. Like many others, I stumble along the pathway trying to follow the Way laid down by the Messiah, Jesus, or Yeshua, if you are so inclined. I want my life to be a prayer to Him who has given my life to me, and I am extremely blessed that He helps me out all the time, because without Him it’s just not at all possible.

Everyday is a gift from Him, and to Him, it’s our choice whether we accept that or not. Either way, it doesn’t change who He is, but it does change how we are.  C.S. Lewis said, “A man can no more diminish God’s glory by refusing to worship Him than a lunatic can put out the sun by scribbling the word, ‘darkness’ on the walls of his cell.”

I take great delight knowing that God is who He is no matter who I am or what I believe. And that He always moving and always speaking,we just need to pay attention in the here and now, the everyday to hear Him.

I hope you enjoy what you read and visit often!
May blessings & peace rain down on you,
Sarah

2 Responses to Nobodies & Somebodies

  1. Cereus says:

    Sarah – thank you for your seeking attitude and for your lovely words that resonate within my own pilgrim’s heart. I felt a measure of peace and hope reading your welcome. I look forward to reading more of your blog. Shalom, Cereus

    • sarah says:

      Thank you for your kind words Cereus, it has done my heart good to read them.
      It is wonderfully reassuring to know the LORD is guiding us as we walk along our paths.
      Shalom, Sarah

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