Kimberly Davila, MSW, the new rep in Houston, has kindly shared her list of devotional books that inspire her. Kimberly has been with La Ha since February of this year and has been on her own journey of recovery for 5.5 years. Here is a cute pic of Kimberly and her husband Jason at the cook out after the alumni golf tournament.
Below are my daily meditations that I alternate year after year, throughout the year, the week, the day. I have stuck with these for years. I recently added Made to Crave God and love it! I love to read them in the morning, evening or even in the middle of the day. They help keep me focused and centered on my purpose and God’s will.
A couple of weeks ago when there was no significant rain in months the hill country and fire hazards were high. There was very little green grass, minimal wild flowers and the rivers were low. There was smoke from distant fires and dust was in the air. Everything was brown and near lifeless, all signs pointed that we were in a drought.
As I look at life I am always amazed at the spiritual and life truths that surround me if I can keep my mind open to the Light. What I know is that there are times in my own life that reflect the landscape mentioned above. These are times when nothing is going right and there are struggles, my life seems dry and dreary. There are many times when I have been in this spiritual drought.
However, what I know is………………the rains will come, trees will bud and the flowers will bloom. I will walk in puddles and look at meadows of verdant green grass and smell rain in the air. In my own life I can’t trust my emotions, but I can trust a Power greater than myself to restore my soul and flood my spirit with renewing, life-giving, spiritual rain.
Stay patient and do the next right thing and trust in One greater than yourself.