Welcome to Dressed for My Day. I love my jeans! And I wear them frequently. In fact, in this recent post I shared a Winter Denim Lookbook of all my current favorites. But like most of you I like opting for something other than jeans occasionally, too. In fact, since we’re staying in more these days, I find myself wanting to wear other options quite frequently. So today I’m sharing what to wear instead of jeans this winter.
A few of the options I’m sharing in today’s video you’ve seen before here on the blog. But I have some surprises up my sleeve, too! So be sure to watch the video for the nine things you can wear this winter instead of just jeans, jeans, jeans.
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Blessed for My Day
In the final lines of Mary’s Magnificat, her prayer of praise and adoration, she acknowledged that the baby she was carrying was the promised the Messiah, the Christ. She said that God was mercifully sending the help He had promised Israel, just as He had told the prophets and patriarchs He would do. While Mary’s prayer was undoubtedly inspired by the Holy Spirit, she was also certainly drawing upon knowledge that she had tucked away in her mind previously. Mary must have been a serious young woman who knew something of the Scriptures and the prophecies they held.
As we approach a new year this is a good time to consider diving deeper into God’s Word for ourselves. Let’s be like Mary. Let’s study and show ourselves approved unto God, workmen who do not need to be ashamed, but who know and cling to the Scriptures. Let’s ask God to show us more of Himself as we read and study and meditate on His Word. And let’s be faithful to spend time each day reading His revelation of Himself and His plans for us.
“He has given help to His servant Israel,
In remembrance of His mercy,
Just as He spoke to our fathers,
To Abraham and his descendants forever.” ~ Luke 1:54-55