Marabel Morgan

by | Jun 8, 1998 | Faith, Responsibility

Author Marabel Morgan told how for three long months prior to the birth of her second daughter she was flat on her back in the hospital with no visitors allowed. She was bored out of her mind and longed to have something constructive to do but was too drugged to even read, let alone write.

Eventually her baby was born and she returned home. Her life now was filled with things to do taking care, not only of the new baby, but another daughter, her husband, household chores, and innumerable other responsibilities — not the time to write a book. But she did!

She said, “Once you set your goal, then picture it done. Without this finished picture in your mind, you’ll give up halfway. With it, there’s no limit to what you might accomplish.”

Somebody else said, “Faith is visualizing what God wants you to do.” Good point. Once we see what that is, it is so much easier to start doing it! And as an author writes one page of a book at a time, we can fulfill our responsibilities one “page” and one day at a time!

Suggested prayer: “Dear God, thank you for the gifts and talents you have given to me. Please help me to know what they are, to be well trained in the use of them, and use them for being a part of what you are doing in my world today. Gratefully in Jesus’ name. Amen.”

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Send by Barb Loman


Marabel Morgan