So, if you’ve been following my blog, you know that I don’t normally post more than once per week. But I had to update you guys on what’s going on.
I am a baby Vegan. Yes! My family and I, spearheaded by my husband Frank, have transitioned to Vegans this past Sunday. Just like that? you ask. Yes, just like that.
We made a decision. And everything in life comes down to decisions. You just have to make it and commit to it. This decision comes with many pros, one of which, is the delightful dishes that I have been cooking. Yum!! I have explored new beans, grains and vegetables that I’ve never eaten before. My oldest daughter said this was the most Veggies she has had in one week. lol That’s a good thing. My oldest daughter and I are sensitive to dairy, yet we love cheese 😦 But it’s all good. I look forward to making homemade Vegan cheese. Now, this is not up for debate, ok? If you’re not with the Vegan lifestyle, I am certainly not trying to convince you…but I digress.
Anyway, my youngest makes all the smoothies in the house. She is great at it. I am in the last stage of this cancer journey and a change of diet has been pressed on me by my doctors and I feel it in my spirit. Stop meat and diary! Really, limit meat, but stopping is good too, LOL. It is not an easy thing to do. Not alone anyway. But I have found it extremely easy to do since we’ve started it together as a family. Glory to God! I have 2 more surgeries. I will be done with everything as they told me in the beginning–one year. My children will undoubtedly eat other foods when they are not home. I’m not crazy. But hopefully, that will change as we continue on this journey.
I am so thankful to God because you never know how He is going to show up. You look for him and sometimes miss Him when He doesn’t come the way you expect.
This Veganism thing was Him showing up. I know you don’t understand, but I do and I am rejoicing and thankful. Just rejoice with me brothers and sisters. Rejoice for healthy living and unity. I’ve been wanting to do this, and have tried, but it’s difficult when you’re the only one. My husband took the lead and made it easy for us as a family to fall in line with him. And if you knew my husband you would know that this is amazing. He was King Carnivore! It’s not just becoming Vegan that is the exciting part. There is more to this than meets the eye. So I ask you, “Do you know what you’re looking at?” Do you see things in the Spirit?
It’s been an amazing week for my family, and we have all entered a new season of togetherness. A new season of fellowship and affinity. And it’s accelerating, just like God’s Spirit right now. If you can sense it. He is moving at an accelerated pace. Many things are taking place in the lives of Believers with eyes to see and ears to hear.
Family is everything. It’s the foundation. And having a family in order, the way God set it up, and wants it, is priceless. Not only for my husband and I, but for our children. We keep going forward, and we have come such a long way. I love our growth! I love God! He has a plan for us, that will certainly manifest. His word will not return to Him void, and will do what He set it to do. Believe that! We have shifted yet again. I’m sensitive to the shiftings. I see God. Not like I literally see Him standing here, but I see Him. I know when He is moving in my life. I sense it. and then His Spirit that resides in me confirms it. Some of you know exactly what I mean.
So I am closing this out.
Be blessed. I thank you for your continued support. Don’t forget to sign up for my mailing list.
(2 Cor 5:7) I hear many talking about blind faith, but real faith is not blind. Real faith is when we trust in what we see by the spirit. The Bible says to walk by faith and not by sight, but this does not mean that faith is blind. It means that faith is not limited to physical sight. (cited from “The Importance of Spiritual sight,” by Rick Arnold -Thirsty Soul)
Enjoy your day.