VLOG: A Sweet, Pure Life (Anxiety-Free Monday, Wk #6)

Hi readers… Today we are gonna shake things up a bit… It’s VLOG time (that’s video + blog for those of you that are new to this kind of thing. Check it out…

So where do you stand right now? Are you a salt-vinegar combo? Or living a life of sweetness and purity? What challenges you with letting go of bitterness and unforgiveness? What does that look like for you? I would love to hear your thoughts– leave a comment below!

Here’s to living a sweet, pure life in the name of Jesus!

New kind of sweetness,

“Forgive as the Lord forgave you.” ~Colossians 3:13 (NIV) 


For those of you “officially” doing Linda Dillow’s bible study “Calm My Anxious Heart,” here is this weeks homework– may it be purifying and sweet for your hearts!

Day 1~ Study Guide: Question 1, Memorize and meditate on Hebrews 13:5 and Psalm 119:14., Questions 2, 3

Day 2~ Study Guide: Questions 4, 5

Day 3 ~ Study Guide: Questions 6, 7

Day 4~Study Guide: Question 8a, b, c

Day 5~Study Guide: Questions 9, 10


Word Study:  Hebrews 13:5– Content

Word Study:  Psalm 119:14–Rejoice; Statutes; Great riches

Word Study:  Philippians 4: 19– All; Needs; Glorious riches

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10 thoughts on “VLOG: A Sweet, Pure Life (Anxiety-Free Monday, Wk #6)

  1. Connie T

    Great words, like always. Loved the video!

  2. Sharita this is really good! You go girl! 😉

  3. I hopped over from Diane site to yours and so glad I did. The book, Calm My Anxious Heart has been on my mind this past week as the next bible study to do. Love your word pictures with salt and sugar, water and vinegar. Will be back for another visit. Blessings

    • Thanks so much, Betty! It was definitely a Jesus inspired analogy that came when I should have been asleep 🙂 Appreciate you stopping by! Be blessed!

  4. Bitterness is a hard thing to let go of. But the alternative is much worse. I love how you encouraged living a sweet and pure life. Excellent vlog and message. Right where we live.

    • Right on, Pamela– it seems to stick with us (like the smell of vinegar on our hands after we have been messing with it.) So glad it spoke to you– thank you for the sweet comment 🙂

  5. We do want to live sweet for sweet Jesus, but honestly a little vinegar is good for the digestion. Thank you for sharing at Tell me a Story.

    • I don’t know, Hazel- I think vinegar is only good for cooking when the bitterness is gone out of it– I would rather live sweetly and purely with Jesus than deal with bitterness and unforgiveness any day 🙂

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