Barnabas Award

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Thank you so much Renee for nominating me!! You are such a great friend and you inspire me every time you post!! If you are not following her you are missing out on something special. She has a heart of gold and God is using her to do great things.

 

How the award works:

1. Thank the person who nominated you, and share their blog.

2. Think of five bloggers that encouragement and inspire you and nominate them.

3. List five things about yourself and answer the questions.

4. Lastly, ask your nominees five questions. Why five? Because it is the number that signifies grace.

 

5 things about me:

  1. I love to sing
  2. I have a addiction to Chocolate
  3. I was born 3 in a half months early
  4. I was born with 3 holes in my heart
  5. I love FOOD

 


Questions from Renee:

 

1. If you were given as much money as it took to change something for the good, what would be that one thing you would choose?

I would change homelessness. 

 

2.What is one trait from a bible character that you wish you had/or am currently working on having more of?

I want to be like Job. He is my favorite Bible character. Through all he went through he still served God and gave God glory through it all and didn’t blame God for any of it. I want his faithfulness… When I get to heaven and I see Jesus the next person I’m going to find is Job and we are going to walk and talk down the streets of gold. 

 

3.If you could have been in the crowd that day the young man had the loaves and fish lunch, what do you think your modern-day lunch would have consisted of?

Probably a sandwich of some kind, chips, and a cookie. I would have loved to be there that day.

 

4.If you had a choice, which would you do, stop world hunger or stop bullying?

That is a hard one… I would have to go with world hunger. Bullying is just as bad don’t get me wrong. I have experienced it and I know how it feels…

 

5.Do you believe that we can change the world by the words we speak? Whether negative or positive?

I don’t know if we can change the world but we can impact the world around us with the words we speak. Our words have big impacts whether negative or positive. Words are a weapons. If the words you spoke appeared on your skin would you still be beautiful? We need to watch what we say there is power in the tongue. 

 


My Nominees:

Amy

Chicken Nugget (John)

Purple Rose

T. R. Noble

Dollface

 

*To those I gave this award to, thank you for being an inspiration. Please don’t feel obligated to participate. Love y’all!*

22 thoughts on “Barnabas Award

  1. Awesome! This is the first I’ve seen of these ‘nominations,’ but sounds like a cool idea! =D

    Your birth story is amazing! I wasn’t born early, but I was born with pneumonia from meconium in my lungs, and they rushed me away after birth and told my parents I was going to be in the nic-u (or however that’s spelled) for 2 months, and I was only there a week before I was able to go home!

    God is good! There must be a good reason God saved you as a baby! He’s got plans for you! As it says in Jeremiah. xD

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    1. You should start to see a lot of these Awards. They are fun to do.

      What a awesome birth story you have! I was in the NICU for 3-4 months.

      Yes, God is good! There must be. I want His will to be done in my life whatever it is.

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  2. What a unique award!! You are so special, congrats on the nomination!!!

    You know I’ve been currently going through Job and he didn’t blame God, exactly. But he did think that God was against him. I never realized that before! But you’re so right, even when he felt like God was against him, he still praised Him. That’s truly the sacrifice of praise. There are times we feel lonely and we don’t understand God. Job’s faith and his resistance against cursing the Lord and dying, as his wife would have him do says so much!

    Oh man, the question about world hunger and bullying is tough.

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