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Upper Room Devotional

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I had the honor of being today’s devo writer at The Upper Room. In conjunction with the devo that I actually wrote 2 years ago  (the road to publication is not often a speedy one 😉 ) I was asked to provide a post for their blog.

Here’s where you’ll find the devo – Counting to Ten

Here’s where you’ll find the blog post – The Little Things and The Big Things

While preparing the blog post, I was reminded of just how much God loves me personally. If I pay attention, I find so many instances where he takes a simple small act that no one else even notices, and he speaks right into my soul.

Sometimes God puts a spotlight on what he’s done for us for all to see. But other times, he takes these things and whispers them for us alone to hear.

Those whispered moments are my favorite.

Similarly, when Corey says nice things about me to others, it makes me smile. But it is when it’s just him and me and he looks into my eyes and says things like “You are a good mommy to our boys” that I feel the most loved.

Sometimes the littlest things are really the biggest.

If you have found your way to this site by way of The Upper Room, thanks for stopping by to take a look. If I would like a glimpse of the things I write about, I suggest clicking the Today’s Christian Woman link in the right-hand column. It will take you to a list of my stories there.


Author: Kim Harms

I am the wife of a guitar-playing, worship-leading, adventure-loving husband. I am the mother of three incredible sons: two of whom recently surpassed me in height, and one of whom I am going to pretend is still my baby. I am saved by grace; a daughter of the King who was and is and is to come. *** I am a regular contributor at Today’s Christian Woman, a monthly blogger at Inspire a Fire and have freelanced for a variety of publications including Chicken Soup for the Soul and Guideposts. *** The 500 Dresses ministry that I started with my mom in 2010 is our way of answering the call to serve those in poverty.

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