Thursday, August 19, 2010

No Regret Thursday

How ironic that after I posted "No Regret Thursday" I regretted posting it and almost deleted it the next morning. Even before I went to bed that night, I had second thoughts. After all, I was convinced I was the only one with such thoughts of regrets. Thankfully, God saw my doubts and allowed some people to affirm that I am not the only one and that it does somehow matter. So today I shall continue with my list of things I don't regret. Please feel free to post a comment with the things you don't regret.


1. Not having a Facebook account
2. Cutting coupons and the time it takes
3. Choosing to do "Called to Belong: A Worship Event" for a second time
4. Saying 'no' to the things of this world to follow after Jesus
5. Selling our last house while waiting for God's direction
6. Having a women's bible study
7. Packing my husband's lunches
8. Driving cars that are paid for instead of ones with large payments
9. Cooking meals for my family
10. Writing the last blog about not having regrets!

2 Corinthians 7:10 Godly sorrow brings repentance that leads to salvation and leaves no regret, but worldly sorrow brings death.

Grace to you,


Jenilee said...

amen to those!!! :)

Brandy said...

Amen Sister! You are not alone as I have often posted things and then worried about what people would think afterwards. I enjoyed the post and this one!
I do not regret
-Accepting Jesus Christ as my Savior and speaking about Him and His love, grace, and mercy
-Keeping my daughter, allowing God to be bigger than me, and putting my pride aside (although of course I wish I would have followed His will from the beginning instead of getting pregnant outside of marriage)
-Eating ice cream

Gigi said...

I do not regret having a Facebook account!! (Well, maybe sometimes?'s fun and I do stay connected more than I would otherwise. Important for me as I tend to withdraw.) I do not regret a minute of the time or a nickel of the money I've spent on Lulu's illness although many have looked at me like I'm nuts. Oh well...