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Beautifully captured in this powerful devotional is the language of heaven- gratitude. Each prayer is breathed with loving humility, moving you to reach heaven with a deeper understanding of God’s love for you. Hear the overcoming joy of your own heart as you enter a 365-day experience of praising and thanking God through all things. Make it your passion to speak the language of heaven fluently, giving praise and thankfulness a permanent home in your life.

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This one-year devotional follows the TALK TO ME, JESUS books with more heart-filling words from God. In this book His words are practical and powerful, taking you to realms of glory in your every day life in  time of global turmoil. You’ll be transformed daily with His loving guidance and assurance.

In this explosive new book Marie shows how it’s possible to know and live a lasting happy life without awful and debilitating ups and downs. Utilizing new brain research, exercises, Scripture, spiritual awareness and prayer, she proves that it’s our rightful inheritance to be happy, and HOW TO BE HAPPY IN AN UNHAPPY WORLD gives us the tools and the loving guidance to get there.

In this beautiful little devotional, Jesus speaks directly to you from His great heart of love, and there is space for you to respond to Him, as well. Marie has added Scripture verses for additional study if you choose. Extremely personal and intimate, this book is ideal for your daily time with the Lord, and one you’ll keep for a lifetime. It’s the perfect gift at any time of the year.

In this one-year devotional, Jesus speaks words to you that will pierce into every region of your life with the tender love of all eternity. Through these daily readings, the compassionate words of Jesus will flood over you with new life. His loving  voice, true and certain, speaks directly to you.

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You deserve a beautiful, happy and fulfilling life. God has opened up doors into rooms of wondrous relief, revelation and restoration just for you. Join me for a few quiet moments of meditation and hear Him speak directly to you …

  • July 4: Look What I won at the Del Mar Fair! It’s a ribbon and award from the California  Center for the Arts in Escondido, CA for my large collage (hundreds of small acrylic painted pieces) acrylic painting: “Embraced in Wonderland.”

    July 4: Look What I won at the Del Mar Fair! It’s a ribbon and award from the California Center for the Arts in Escondido, CA for my large collage (hundreds of small acrylic painted pieces) acrylic painting: “Embraced in Wonderland.”

    July 4:

    Look What I won at the Del Mar Fair! It’s a ribbon and award from the California 

    Center for the Arts in Escondido, CA for my large collage (hundreds of small acrylic

    painted pieces) acrylic painting:

    “Embraced in Wonderland.”

    Here’s the painting: (SOLD)

  • Here’s me with Dave Roberts,  Del Mar’s Supervisor receiving the” People’s Choice Award” for my painting, “Lost in the Woods” at the Turner Gallery in Del Mar Here’s the paintng

    Here’s me with Dave Roberts, Del Mar’s Supervisor receiving the” People’s Choice Award” for my painting, “Lost in the Woods” at the Turner Gallery in Del Mar Here’s the paintng

    Here’s me with Dave Roberts, Del Mar’s Supervisor receiving the” People's Choice Award" for my painting, “Lost in the Woods” at the Turner Gallery in Del Mar Here’s the paintng
  • IF I COULD SAY IT OVER AGAIN #10. “What’s wrong with you?”

    IF I COULD SAY IT OVER AGAIN #10. “What’s wrong with you?”

    I had a patient tell me that his mother hotly demanded this of him this so often he began to believe there really was something deeply wrong with him. It took years for him to work through the misbelief that he was somehow inherently mentally and emotionally impaired. I suggest you never use this statement. It’s a demeaning and demoralizing accusation, not a question. Instead you might say, “Tell me what’s going on in you right now.” “How can I make things better?” We all make mistakes and act like idiots at times. The person you’re accusing needs to be […]

  • IF I COULD SAY IT OVER AGAIN #9. “Well, at least I never – “

    IF I COULD SAY IT OVER AGAIN #9. “Well, at least I never – “

    You never? Uh huh. This phrase is a way to shift attention from yourself, your foibles and faults by pointing out the mistake(s) of someone else. When you appraise the sin levels of others you’re only making a selfish attempt to feel better about yourself. It smacks of pride. Instead, the beautiful words, “I’m sorry” will go a long way. Before moralizing and boasting, it’s far better to listen and show compassion.

    I could have added more to this list – but I thought these ten were enough to chew on for now. I ask myself how many times do I […]

  • IF I COULD SAY IT OVER AGAIN #8. “It’s up to you.” or “Whatever you want.”

    IF I COULD SAY IT OVER AGAIN #8. “It’s up to you.” or “Whatever you want.”

    These are comments of indifference. It’s like saying you could care less. Instead you might ask some thought-provoking questions like, “What is most important to you in this situation?” “How would such-and-such decision make a difference in your life?” Ask questions to make the people probe themselves. This shows in a caring way that the solutions to their questions are within them.

    I could have added more to this list – but I thought these ten were enough to chew on for now. I ask myself how many times do I glibly say things that might tear down instead of build […]

  • IF I COULD SAY IT OVER AGAIN #7. “Good luck”

    IF I COULD SAY IT OVER AGAIN #7. “Good luck”

    This is such a popular phrase, what could be wrong with it? But you can do better than that. It’s glib and impersonal if you’re talking to someone you know and care about. Instead say, “I know you have what it takes.” Isn’t that much more encouraging?

    I believe the key is discernment. Discernment with genuine thoughtfulness: we can’t go wrong with those two. Add a dose of God’s love and compassion and we’ll make a big difference in our relationships

    I could have added more to this list – but I thought these ten were enough to chew on for now. […]

  • IF I COULD SAY IT OVER AGAIN #6. “As I said before. . .” or “We’ve had this conversation before.”

    IF I COULD SAY IT OVER AGAIN #6. “As I said before. . .” or “We’ve had this conversation before.”

    These phrases can be off-putting because they’re indicating someone’s really stupid for not remembering something that was said earlier. Why not be diplomatic and say what you have to say in an interesting new way? Say it new! Also, consider that perhaps the issue you’re referring to wasn’t resolved and needs more discussion.

    I could have added more to this list – but I thought these ten were enough to chew on for now. I ask myself how many times do I glibly say things that might tear down instead of build up another person?

    I believe the key is discernment. Discernment […]

  • IF I COULD SAY IT OVER AGAIN #5 “You look great for your age.”

    IF I COULD SAY IT OVER AGAIN #5 “You look great for your age.”

    This is a biggie. Never, ever say this. It’s saying someone of whatever age they’re at are at death’s door or somehow total wrecks. Using the qualifier, “for your anything” is so condescending it hurts. No one wants to be smart for a plumber, or pretty for a politician, or brilliant for a housewife, or in great shape for their age. People simply want to be fit, smart, pretty or brilliant because they are. Instead, say, “You look great.” Genuine compliments don’t need qualifiers.

    I could have added more to this list – but I thought these ten were enough to […]

  • IF I COULD SAY IT OVER AGAIN #4 “You always … or you never.”

    IF I COULD SAY IT OVER AGAIN #4 “You always … or you never.”

    Nobody always or never does anything. People aren’t one-dimensional, so it’s not a good thing to define them by “always” and “never.” These phrases are guaranteed to make someone defensive and closed off to what you want to say. Instead simply point out what the other person’s behavior is a problem for you. If the frequency of the behavior is an issue, you can say, “It seems like you do this often,” or “You do this often enough for me to notice. . .”

    I could have added more to this list – but I thought these ten were enough to […]

  • IF I COULD SAY IT OVER AGAIN #3 “You were too good for him anyway.”

    IF I COULD SAY IT OVER AGAIN #3 “You were too good for him anyway.”

    Ouch. This implies the person who has just severed a relationship, personal or business, has awful taste and made a stupid choice in the first place. Instead, make a comment like, “His loss!” This provides support and optimism without any implied criticism.

    I could have added more to this list – but I thought these ten were enough to chew on for now. I ask myself how many times do I glibly say things that might tear down instead of build up another person?

    I believe the key is discernment. Discernment with genuine thoughtfulness: we can’t go wrong with those two. Add […]

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