Love with actions and in truth
Good Morning!! I was a stay-at-home Mom for 15 years. I was the mom that was on top of everything, my kids had my full undivided attention. Flash forward to the last 4 1/2 years, and I have been the recipient of the mother of the year award to many times....I forget things, I have not been to the grocery store in 5 months... I just dont have the time to get out ALL of the red dirt stains from those treasured baseball pants and last night? I BOOKED a catering when there was a special event going on in my sons life. I really can not describe the feeling I have when I know I have disapointed my kids, when I let them down... I tell them "I'm so sorry, I will do better", they forgive me....but if my actions do not reflect this prase, eventually the realtionship will suffer, my words are empty and hold no value. As a christian, I fall daily and disappoint my heavenly father, but if I say I will do better and then I continue with the behavior, what happens to my relationship with him? it crumbles. I do not want a crumbled up relationship with my kids and especially not with my creator. When I say I will be better, I need to practice it and live it. Happy Thursday yall... I for one will take my mistakes and be better.... 1John 3:18 "Dear children, let us not love with words or tongue but with actions and in truth". Oh how I love this verse....dont just say it yall, jumped into action and live those words.... "I will be better"!!!
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I opened the Cast Iron Grill in October 2007. Lots of changes have happened in the last 5 1/2 years. The CIG started with 55 seats in an office building located at 18th and K. After five years, we were bursting at the seams with now 167 seats, and 24 wonderful co-workers working on top of eachother to make it happen. 2012 the Lord chose a different journey for the CIG. We relocated the CIG and opened our doors on January 2nd, 2013, just four blocks away from the old location! It has changed my world completely! All of these stories are the happenings of the people and the joy and celebration that make the CIG what it is.