Last week we began a new service here at Lifestream. We started a three-day-a-week email to encourage people to take a beat and reflect on some aspect of God’s work in them and the world around them.
A lady in Pennsylvania is selecting quotations from my various books, podcasts, blog posts, and articles I’ve written over the years that can encourage your journey today. Honestly, many of those quotes I don’t remember writing or saying and I’ve enjoyed having them in my inbox as well.
If you received the email pictured above in your email today, then you are all set to receive them. Please feel free to share them with others by email, blogs, or social media. You do not need our permission. We want them to be windblown as far across the world as Father desires.
We sent them to everyone for the first week with the option to add them to your account. However, if you didn’t click on the link to update your preferences to include A Breath of Fresh Air, you would not have received one today. Instead, you would have received a final notice to sign up for A Breath of Fresh Air, if you want. Click on the link and follow the instructions to update your preferences. Find the “A Breath of Fresh Air” box and click on it. That’s it! You can, of course, change your preferences any time by clicking on the link at the very bottom of those emails.
I’m sorry for the extra hassle. We did it this way so we wouldn’t fill up the inbox of anyone who did not want them. If you’re on our Lifestream Update list and did NOT sign up for this new service, you received an email today with a link to help you update your preferences. I wish I could provide that link here, but you have to respond from that email.
If you didn’t receive any last week, then you’re not on our mailing list. If you’d like to be, you can sign up here and check the box for A Breath of Fresh Air. (Regretfully, this list of blog subscribers is not the same as our Lifestream Update list. I wish we could combine them, but they are managed in two different ways.)
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And if you’re not sure what we’re talking about, here are the emails we sent out this past week:
10 thoughts on “Did You Enjoy Your Breath of Fresh Air This Week?”
I want the A BREATH OF FRESH AIR to be in my inbox 3 times a week please.
Did you sign up? I can’t sign you in from here. You need to go to the link and sign up there.
Thank you Wayne. I am enjoying “A Breather of Fresh Air” 🙂
In April I wrote the words to the hymn ‘Breathe On Me, Breath Of God’ on the first page of my new journal. I’d been in bed for 2 weeks, struggling to breathe due to Coronavirus, yet feeling our dear Father’s arms around me with each breath I took.
6 months on, I’m housebound, having been diagnosed with M.E./Chronic Fatigue Syndrome as a result of Coronavirus. Father has asked me to trust him for every single need I have, and to take joy in every breath, every gift he sends my way. Your Breath Of Fresh Air is one such gift, a delight to receive. What a great idea and perfect timing, thank you!
Oh, Helen, I’m so grateful that these have been such an encouragement to you. Thanks for letting me know. I’m so sorry to hear how this virus has affected you. and pray for God’s healing, strength, and courage to flow through you. I’ve had bouts with asthma and I know how painful it is not to be able to draw a free breath. Most of us never have to think about breathing, and when we do you’re concious of it every moment. I love what Father has spoken to your heart, becasue every breath will bring him firmly in mind. Blessings and love to you.
I love what the Father is doing in my life through your entire production, not only “Your Breath of Fresh Air.” Every time l find myself at the threshold of fear, l draw strength from what Father says through you, especially in “He Loves Me”. Am indeed grateful to the father and to you, a willing instrument in His hand. To learn to live loved has been a refreshing, assuring and pleasant experience. Once again, thank you.
Love that, Ndubuisi. I’m so blessed to hear some of our things encourage you in that way. That’s our hope with every one who spends some time with He Loves Me, or checks in on the resources here. Thank you for taking the time to let me know. Blessings to you and grace from our Father.
Love the artwork with the relationship focused statements on God rather than the institutionalized religion……the more original the artwork, the better!
Would love to share some of these quotes with my friends on my Instagram. Is this something that we can do somehow? I’m sorry if it’s available, but I don’t see where. Thanks!
After wayneatlifestream on the top, you’ll see three dots on the far right-hand side. Click there and you’ll see the option to “share.” At least that’s what I found. I’m not too well educated on Instagram, but some of your friends might be.
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