BUT the Lord's blessings were always on us because He ALWAYS provided.
We always had food, we always made rent, had cars that ran, tithed and had jobs.
We were also blessed with the generosity of family who let me tag along on trips to Disney or taking us on trips to the beach.
And I will FOREVER remember the kind man who saw a young married girl trying to buy something to make for a valentines dinner and paid for my groceries when I didn't have enough cash to pay for it.
Others were quick to praise the agent's slick moves, describing them as 'fire' and 'amazing'.
When I am asked what it is that my husband does for a living, I usually answer by saying that he sells something that has to do with lights..lightbulbs...lighting??
what I'm trying to say is all we want to do is point to the best things and we don't want to go, 'now this has been an issue historically, or this.' So we can guard our heart to the point where we're not known and we're not known in a way that increases intimacy and increases (one's ability to tell) is this moving towards marriage or is it not."Lauren Chandler urged daters to consider what their hearts are centered on as they disclose information about themselves to a potential mate."What is your heart centered on? Or on, you know, 'oh I just want to be married,' or whatever it is? Lauren encouraged viewers to set their minds and hearts on things above: "I think you set your heart on the Lord and what He's going to do."She counseled singles that if they enter dating relationships focused on glorifying God in all they do, then they will have a more balanced perspective throughout the entire experience.
Clint Smith from Mc Grath Real Estate in Noosa uploaded the video to social media on Sunday, dancing to Bruno Mars's hit '24K Magic'.
While the video may be a simple marketing tool, Mr Smith's dancing skills prove to be professional.
Speaking to Sunshine Coast Daily, the agent revealed he's been practicing his moves for a while.'My dad actually started the Blue Light Disco in Noosa, and I've been dancing for a fair while now. Mr Smith revealed his clients 'asked me if I would help get their home noticed on social media'.
Mr Smith captioned the video 'last open home for the day' and was clearly delighted to put his skills to use.
The two-minute long video opens with a view of the dining room in the five-bedroom Noosa home, before Mr Smith glides into view.