Random Act of Kindness Award 11.17.18

“For his merciful kindness is great toward us:
and the truth of the Lord endureth for ever. Praise ye the Lord.”
– Psalm 117:2 KJV –

“Let, I pray thee, thy merciful kindness be for my comfort,
according to thy word unto thy servant.”
– Psalm 119:76 KJV  –

Thank You, Lord for Your many mercies and acts of kindness toward me. Thank You for whispering my name to Michelle of MWS R Writings to nominate me for the Random Act of Kindness Award, an award she created in July of 2018 and continues to share with others, continuously doing random acts of kindness for many. Bless her, Lord.

“Use hospitality one to another without grudging.”
– 1 Peter 4:9 KJV –

Thank you, Michelle, for YOUR random act of kindness that totally took me by surprise! May the Lord continue to bless you and your blog!
God loves you! ❤


1– copy or paste image for reward on your post.
2– Write a paragraph on a random act of kindness, either you saw, was given to you, or you have done. It is okay to spread the love people. You don’t have to name specific names or whatever but tell us about it.
3– Share this award and link to original post or tag the person who nominated you.
4– If you should want to do this then you can leave an open ended invitation, or personally tag others.
5– Pictures are a good share to, if you have pictures to share a random act of kindness, that is great!

My Random Paragraph:
Years ago (in the 90s) when my son Anthoni (aka Inner Man Theatre) was a young boy, I had to go to a Convention with a community organization I was a part of and he could not go. Everyone had to be over 21, and the majority of those attending were going to drink. I was going to represent my chapter in meetings, but still it was no place to bring my little boy. He begged to go, but had to stay with my mom and dad. They tried to talk me into taking him, but finally understood when I explained the alcohol and night activities purely for “socializing.” All rooms were open for hospitality, even if I weren’t taking part my roommates were. The trip was Friday afternoon to Monday morning.me ans Anthoni.6yrsoldSaturday morning, my mom and dad surprised Anthoni by bringing him down. They weren’t sure if we would get to see him, but took the chance by driving the 4 hour trip with plans to find things to treat him with. By the grace of God, I was delightfully surprised to see him and able to follow them to the local airplane graveyard near the airport. We were able to make some awesome memories! It was just a few hours, but it was an awesome few hours! While I wish I could pull that sock up on his right leg, I LOVE that picture! See that smile! 🙂 My mom and dad’s random act of kindness allowed that to happen. God is so good!

It is so hard to choose just a few bloggers or even a little more than that when so many have done random acts of kindnesses. These I name, God has had on my heart.

  1. Carol Anne of Therapy Bits has being leaving me random comments of encouragement all over my blog for the last month or so. Even among old posts and in sharing my son’s. I never know where God is going to surprise me next. 🙂
  2. Caz of Invisibly Me leaves me encouraging messages as well all over both blogs (gaillovesgod and gaillovesgodspoetry) even though I may be so behind on visiting hers! Such mercy! A friend indeed.
  3. Tosin of Alethea’s Mind surprised me with a nomination for The Thanksgiving Tag and then the Versatile Blogger Award while dropping by with encouraging comments. I have done the tag but am working on the award.
  4. Vicklea of Vickie’s Book Nook and Meditation Corner nominated me for the 3-2-1 Quote Challenge while dropping by with encouragement and also been patient in waiting for me to get it done.
  5.  Stu of Something to Stu Over nominated me for the Sunshine Blogger Award that I have yet to do, but more importantly started a prayer group not just for me, but anyone who wants to be a part, even if just to be a prayer warrior.
  6. Michelle of MWS R Writings nominating me for this Random Acts of Kindness Award was truly God keeping my spirits up in a way that seemed random to me, but was His perfect timing… as He always is!

Again so many have been a part of random acts of kindnesses.
Please tag yourself below,
and let me know if you do so that I can read it!

God loves you!

All Cheerful & Rosie: Virginia 74

My son (Inner Man Theatre) has such a gift with his Christian Art Ministry.
I’ve mentioned several times one of my favorites is All Cheerful & Rosie.
They give me a good laugh, and put a smile on my face! 🙂
Hope it blesses you too!
Trixie and Virigina, you’re a hoot! 🙂 God loves you both!

Inner Man Theatre

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Lightspeed Lab: The Temple

“What? know ye not that your body is the temple of the Holy Ghost which is in you, which ye have of God, and ye are not your own? For ye are bought with a price: therefore glorify God in your body, and in your spirit, which are God’s.” – 1 Corinthians 6:19-20 KJVlightspeed-lab-ep-32

Bible Facts from the Lightspeed: The Temple

Designed by Inner Man Theatre

3 Day Quote Challenge – Day 3

Lord, Your challenge for me has come to its 3rd and final day… at least for this challenge. I pray every quote, every word, every nomination, and every read brought glory to Your Holy Name… and will continue to do so. It’s Your blog. Do whatever You will with whatever You want. And do whatever You want with whatever You will!
It’s all for You!

And please bless our dearest and lovely Anita of Discovering Your Happiness for nominating me for this 3 Day Quote Challenge. Thank you, Miss Lovely! ❤

The Rules Are:

  1. Thank the person who nominated you.
  2. Post a quote for three consecutive days (1 quote for each day).
  3. Share why this quote appeals so much to you.
  4. Nominate 3 different bloggers for each day.

3 Day Quote Challenge – Day 1: “God Loves You!”
(click here to read Day 1)

3 Day Quote Challenge – Day 2:
“Jesus died for you! What more do you want Him to do? – Die Again?”
(click here to read day 2)

3 Day Quote Challenge – Day 3:
(you are reading Day 3)

“He’s like the lightning in the sky each time I feel it near.
The beauty of its pretty color sinks beneath my fear.”

The Lord gave me this quote as a Life Quote for the poetry He has given me through a poem He allowed me to pen several years ago called Frozen Box, just as He has given me John 14:27 as a Life Verse from the Bible. It is posted as the tagline for my poetry blog gaillovesgodspoetry. It really sums up a lot about Me and God (my salvation testimony), as well as the long time struggle with My Fear of God. At the time I wrote it, I was young and just coming out of years of abuse, a lot of dysfunctional years for our family, a dysfunctional school, and was a single mom of the cutest little pair of arms that the Lord blessed me with. So of course my writing was still growing as mentioned in Me and Writing (my writing testimony).
The Lord has allowed me to grow so much, and my fear of Him as well. Recently, He has allowed me the grace to stand and face Him, to enjoy the magnificence of His majestic presence in the midst of a storm cloud, and different scenarios that would normally have me horrified. I am not standing as though to dare Him, nor defy Him, but by His sweet leading to look upon Him in awe! To know the peace and joy of knowing He is with me… for me… and strenghtening me… to trust Him more. It is because of John 14:27 that I can now stand and glory in His beauty in reverent fear.

’Twas grace that taught my heart to fear,
And grace my fears relieved;
How precious did that grace appear
The hour I first believed!
– Amazing Grace,
Stanza 2
hymn lyrics by John Newton

Nominees for Day 3:
Something to Stu Over
Matthew Winters (Comeback Pastor)
Inner Man Theatre

I close with a favorite song that declares,
“I’m no longer a slave to fear.
I am a child of God.”