I recently left a small pile of jewelry on the bathroom counter for my husband to fix for me. I went through a week or so where every time I wore a piece of jewelry I lost a piece of the bracelet or necklace. They, of course,
are my favorites and literally get a lot of wear and tear. My husband said he would reattach all the pieces for me and jokingly quipped “You are just leaving a little charm everywhere you go!” I love that. I sure hope so. It made me think of one of my favorite Scriptures:
Do I leave a little charm everywhere I go?Do I leave behind the sweet scent of knowing Jesus? We could equate our aroma with our reputation or our influence. The blossom cannot tell what becomes of its fragrance as it drifts away, just as no person can tell what becomes of their influence as they continue through life.We don’t always have control over who picks up our scent, we do however have control over what our aroma smells like.
Melisa Turner serves alongside her husband Dwayne as lead pastors of Oroville Assembly of God located in North Central Washington. They are beginning their 12th year in Oroville and recently celebrated 25 years of marriage on August 1, 2017. God has blessed them with two fabulous children both currently attending Oroville High School. Melisa’s motto for life can be summed up with this quote: “In so much as anyone pushes you nearer to God, she is your truest friend.” Women’s Ministries is her heart’s call and she serves on several leadership teams including the Northwest Ministry Network’s Women’s Department Leadership Team, Blossom Ministries, and The Alongside Ministry team ministering to Pastor’s wives. Melisa would love to connect with you at www.blossomministries.com or www.pollinatinggrace.wordpress.com
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