A Touch of Encouragement

In this funny story about experiencing a moment of joy, Martha Williamson shares her encounter with a spider while singing Beethoven’s Ode to Joy.

At one of her lowest points in life, Martha Williamson had her very own Touched By An Angel revelation moment and realized that no matter what, God will always love and appreciate us.

Since every day has its own “emergencies,” Martha Williamson knows there is always one book she can turn to for instructions: the bible. And no matter how many times she re-reads it, Martha believes there is always something new for her to discover.

As the difficult year of 2009 turns into the hopeful New Year of 2010, Martha Williamson feels there is only one thing she really needs to have on her New Year’s list and that is faith.

As we prepare for the New Year, Martha Williamson asks us to take a look at that one thing we didn’t do last year that could make all the difference this year.

This Christmas Martha Williamson made a list of relationships in need of reconciliation – either to forgive – or to apologize – so she can approach the Christmas altar with a heart emptied of hate or resentment and ready to be filled with peace, love and goodwill. From all of us at A Touch of…

While participating in a traditional Mexican Posada with her children, Martha Williamson realized the importance of her children seeing her as someone more likely to say yes than no to those God places in front of her. And she hopes that everyone will know the joy of saying “yes” this Christmas.

If you’re separated from those you love this holiday season, Martha Williamson believes it’s okay to take the time to acknowledge your pain now so that you can make room in your heart for hope and joy later.

As Christmas approaches, Martha Williamson gives some practical advice on how to enjoy the day no matter where you spend it.

It’s all about trusting God! Martha Williamson looks for a miracle in Guideposts magazine and finds three of them.

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