Creation Sings the Father’s Song

First off, here is the new website!! If you still have the Gabbi Journal link saved, it is still valid. I won’t delete it yet. So, without further ado, let’s get into today’s post! Last devotional for October. And come November, I’m putting myself up to a challenge. Every post in November will have the…

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The Gabbi Journal is Leaving

First off, don’t panic, I am not leaving…just sort of. In September of 2019, I launched my blog, entitled the Gabbi Journal. At the time, I was unsure of the direction of my blog, it was a foggy area. But my posts and my writings have begun to grow in the last couple of months.…

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In the Morning, Give Me Jesus

Everyone has a morning routine. Some may exercise, check their phone, watch the news, shower, and plan the day. For me, my routine is anything but routine. I do very little in the mornings because I am not a morning person. Whatever our routine, how much of it involves Jesus? There is an age-old song…

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How to Be a Good Rebel

First off, don’t panic with the title, it’s all good, trust me. We live in a world where everything is classified or categorized as normal. And if something is off the normal scale, then people tend to freak or short-circuit. Malfunction! But what is normal? It can be defined as conforming to a standard, type,…

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Come and Rest at My Feet

Looking at the Story of Mary and Martha Good Morning! I’m finally back on track. The last couple of weeks have been crazy, my train called “somewhat normal” became derailed, careened down a hill, and went boom! Friday I was able to take a breath and get my train back on track again. During these…

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We Say Not Enough – God Says You are Mine

Good Morning! Get ready to feel loved! The estimated population of the U.S right now is 328.2 Million. Of those numbers, over eight million people occupy New York City, as of 2018. As of 2019, an estimated 206.9 million live in incorporated areas, meaning small towns. About 76% of the approximately 19,500 incorporated places had…

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