Distraction of the Danube

We can rejoice, too, when we run into problems and trials, for we know that they help us develop endurance. And endurance develops strength of character, and character strengthens our confident hope of salvation. And this hope will not lead to disappointment. For we know how dearly God loves us because he has given us the Holy Spirit to fill our hearts with his love.    Romans 5:3-5 NLT

We recently completed a long-anticipated cruise on the Danube, and there were many blessings God gifted us in this journey. The portion we traveled meandered through picturesque green hillsides peppered with vineyards, animals, and even castles tucked into the landscape.

Overgrown trees and bushes along the shoreline provided nesting places for the ducks, geese, and swans that graced our view. Every so often, the landscape changed as we passed quaint historic European villages built right on the river’s edge. Their quintessential skylines were created by steeples of cathedrals and churches built long before our country was founded. When we reached the bustling waterfronts of the larger cities, the water was so high we sunk low in our seats to go under the bridges.  

To transition to lower parts of the river, locks replaced the once dangerous falls and rapids of the unexplored Danube. These locks, originally built to allow safe shipping of goods and services to each village, now also provided travelers with a smooth commute. From our perspective, the Danube was a peaceful, calm, river. We didn’t see dangerous rapids, tight turns, or even that beautiful color of blue described in the work of Johann Strauss until we took a couple of side trips

The first excursion was on a small boat that took us through narrow valleys shadowed by massive rocky cliffs. The guide described the dangers of this area and the many accidents that had occurred over the years. He said, even when the river appears calm on the surface, the turbulence below is enough to unexpectedly pull a swimmer or small vessel under. This tour ended at a historic Abbey nestled in the mountains at the last calm part of the river. Beyond the Abbey, the river began bubbling through the rocks as the landscape descended into a valley.

On the second excursion, we rode bicycles and toured parts of the river that were shallow and narrow.  Riding on shaded bike paths, we passed inviting beaches and witnessed areas where the sunlight danced on the water. That is the only time we witnessed the beautiful deep blue color.

No matter where we went on the Danube, God’s beauty and lessons surrounded us. The main one that stands out to me is how we were protected from the dangers of the river because of the route taken by our captain. Our vessel was large, unable to navigate the narrow parts of the river, and needed the transitions of the locks to safely descend to the lower parts of the river. Without them, we would not have survived.

In life, I wish I could always travel that safe protected route where transitions are scheduled and most of my challenges can be predicted. However, many times, I find myself on the river where dangerous undertows unexpectedly pull me below the water’s surface, or the turbulent rapids toss and rock my world. During these times, my focus is only on the immediate moment. Yet, as I navigate through these exhausting hardships, I know the Lord is my captain, and he gently guides me through these challenging times. It’s only when I reach the other side when the sun comes out and dances on the water and I witness the wonder of the blue. It’s almost like God is giving me that same promise of the rainbow after the flood.

Dear Lord,

When difficulties multiply around me, help me to hold onto you. You see me even when I am exhausted and feel like I am drowning. You are my Captain, who navigates me safely through the rapids, and you are the rope that holds me above water in the undertow. You are my source of hope. Help me realize that it’s through these adversities that I grow. When the sun comes out, and life settles down, You help me heal. Then You gift me with your goodness and surround me with the blessings of the journey. Amen

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Distraction of Drones

Now we see things imperfectly, like puzzling reflections in a mirror, but then we will see everything with perfect clarity.

1 Corinthians 13:12 NLT

The photo was taken from the town of Poolesville FB page

There was excitement in the air that chilly morning. Hundreds of residents searched for the perfect place to stand as they milled through the staked-off area. After all, we were making history and wanted to be able to point out our spot to others. The anticipation grew as the directions were amplified through a megaphone, “Find your places quickly. We will be taking the photo in five to ten minutes.” The confused crowd began to huddle together between the roped-off areas.

Voices quieted as the hum of the drone filled the air then someone cried out, “There it is!” Fingers pointed skyward to the peculiar dark object flitting through the sky, sometimes darting like a hummingbird and other times hovering like a slow-moving hot air balloon. 

Eager to be a part of something bigger than ourselves, we stayed in place, our eyes peeled skyward, until hearing, “We did it!” The crowd, thrilled to have participated in Poolesville MD’s Sesquicentennial, responded with cheers and high fives.

When viewing the picture several weeks later, I realized that our view at ground level differed significantly from the view of the drone. We were on the ground in the roped-off area and could only see the people of different ages, interests, and occupations standing near us. While the drone, high in the air, captured everyone and revealed the big picture. We had an earthly perspective; the drone had the heavenly one. 

    When we only see and experience the details within our personal sphere of influence, we often don’t feel that we matter or sometimes that we make a difference. God, however, sees the big picture. He is directing our course, utilizing the abilities of many to fulfill His masterful plan.  

When you are feeling insignificant, think of God’s perspective and persevere with small steps, they are important to His ultimate plan 

Dear Lord, 

You are the Master Designer. We may not see the barriers You have put into place or the road You may have paved ahead of us. We desire to walk in step with You and follow Your way. Help us to know you better so that we can hear you clearly and make a positive difference in our world. Amen

Thank you for your encouragement and support!

Peg Arnold

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The Distraction of Drupes

Yes, I am the vine; you are the branches. Those who remain in me, and I in them, will produce much fruit. For apart from me you can do nothing.  John 15:5

Have you ever heard of a drupe? It is a fruit with a significant-sized pit like a peach or nectarine, even a cherry. Most drupes grow on trees and require care much like a vine. Water, sunlight, fertilizer, and yes, even pruning.  I learned this one the hard way. We had a beautiful plum tree in our front yard. Its blossoms were stunning in the spring. We lived on a cul-de-sac and you could see the flowering beauty from the end of the street. 

At first, I thought it was an ornamental tree, but over the season, the blossoms turned into small round purple balls which developed into succulent plums you could eat right from the tree. They were so prolific in the first few years; we invited all our neighbors to pick as many as they wanted. I was unaware of this tree’s care and took the abundance I experienced each year for granted. But it didn’t last.

Even though the tree received plenty of water and sunlight it needed to be pruned, fertilized, and protected from insects to continue to flourish.  The blossoms became fewer each year while the fruit turned out to be pithy, sour, and not much bigger than the pit.

I saw Jesus’ teaching about caring for the vine, exemplified in my plum tree. I was not putting the care needed into this tree to produce good fruit. Then I thought, am I putting the care needed into my own spiritual life to produce healthy fruit?

 Fruit, unlike vegetables, is typically the sweet, nutritious, seed-bearing product of a plant. Those seeds and pits carry the potential to reproduce that same plant if cared for properly.

Fruit from the vine in John 15 refers to the visible traits of our faith. These traits should be sweet, life-giving, and capable of planting seeds of God’s love and compassion in the lives of others. Some of those traits are listed in Galatians 5:22-23: love, joy, peace, patience, goodness, kindness, faithfulness, gentleness, and self-control.

I did not give my poor plum tree the care it needed to continue to produce healthy drupes and it eventually died. So, my question today is, are you demonstrating characteristics that are capable of planting seeds of God’s love and compassion in the lives of others? If not, how can you nourish and care for your spirit, so that those fruits thrive?

Dear Lord,

Please reveal to me the things I may need to weed or prune from my life so that a Your fruits are allowed to flourish. I want to be a vessel that demonstrates the characteristics capable of planting the seeds of Your love and compassion into the hearts of others. Amen

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Where is Peg speaking?

April 23, 2022- Encourage, Equip, Energize at Elk Rapids Presbyterian, Michigan

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Scheduling now for 2023 with a few openings in the fall of 2022. I’d love to talk with your group if you are looking for a speaker.

Distraction of Distance

Where can I go from your Spirit? 
Where can I flee from your presence? 
Psalm 139:7

When I was a young bride, we moved from Michigan to Maryland to begin our new life together. My husband’s family was in California, mine was in Michigan, so we were truly by ourselves in this unfamiliar place. We loved this exciting stage of life and the adventures of our surroundings. But I must admit, the distance from our loved ones was difficult.

Because I experienced this separation from family as I raised my own, I did not want to repeat it with the next generation. So, when my adult children ended up in the same geographical area, my husband and I made the difficult decision to relocate closer to them. It separated us from many friends and took us further from extended family.

As I sat this morning doing my devotions, I was praying for my family members and friends who I do not see regularly. I felt grateful that I could pray for them and have the confidence they are always held in the loving care of God. It even occurred to me, that though we feel physical separation, there is no spiritual separation between us. Isn’t this like our relationship with God? We are never separated from the presence of God. He is omnipresent, always with us, today, tomorrow, and nothing can separate us from His spirit.

Despite knowing this intellectually, emotionally there are still times that I feel separated from God. But I am not alone in this. Even David reflected on times of feeling distanced from God. In Psalm 10:1, he writes “Why, O Lord, do you stand far off? Why do you hide Yourself in time of trouble?”

Romans 8:38-39: reminds me- For I am convinced that neither death nor life, neither angels nor demons, neither the present nor the future, nor any powers, neither height nor depth, nor anything else in all creation, will be able to separate us from the love of God that is in Christ Jesus our Lord.

What a promise! We are never separated from God! Robin Jones Gunn wrote, “If you feel far from God, guess who moved?” Yes, there will be times we feel distance from God just like we feel a physical distance from our own loved ones. How do we reconnect with those loved ones that are far away? Through increasing communication; letters, calls, pictures, and more. How do we reconnect with God when we feel distanced from Him? Through increasing communication, prayer, worship, reading scriptures and even singing songs that remind us of His promises.

Dear God,

Thank you that there is not anywhere that I can go to get away from Your Spirit. What if I go to the depths? You are there even when I do not feel Your presence. Help me to muster the energy to pray, read and reach out to You when I feel so far away. I know it is not You that moved, and I am so grateful for Your steadfast love for me when I experience this. Amen

Thank you for your support and encouragement!

Peg Arnold

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Distraction of Disappearances

He knows about everyone, everywhere. Everything about us is bare and wide open to the all-seeing eyes of our living God; nothing can be hidden from him to whom we must explain all that we have done. Hebrews 4:13 TLB

Shopping with my son as a toddler was an adventure. He did not like to stay in his stroller and climbed out the instant I stopped to look at something. I learned to alter my expectations if I was going to accomplish anything. One of his favorite games was playing hide and seek in the clothing carousels.  I pretended I couldn’t find him and called out his name, even though I could see his brightly colored high tops peeking out below the clothing. I was reminded of this recently when shopping with my three-year-old grandson. He disappeared into the rack of clothing and giggled as we pretended to look for him. Of course, we acted surprised when he popped out and cried “Here I am!”

I started thinking about different people in the Bible that hid from God. For example, Adam and Eve tried to hide from God after they disobeyed His directions.  God knew where they were all the time and eventually, they had to reveal themselves to Him. Or Jonah, when he tried to hide from God by escaping to Tarshish, but God always knew where he was.  It wasn’t a game. In both cases, they were purposely hiding from God.

Do I try to hide from God? Maybe it’s not as obvious as Adam and Eve, or Jonah. But are there times I ignore God’s request to step out of my comfort zone? Or are there times I create excuses when He desires me to make a difficult sacrifice? I may think I am hiding from God, but He sees through my excuses every time.

Hebrews reminds us that nothing can be concealed from God. We are accountable to Him for every single choice we make. Even more so, He loves us and desires us to bring our excuses, fear, shame, and troubles to Him. There is no need to hide like Eve or Jonah. He will find us and lovingly provide just what we need to face the difficulty ahead.

Dear Lord,

Forgive me for thinking I can hide things from You. You know all and love me despite my weaknesses. Thank you that You are El Roi, the God who sees. I know from Your Word that nothing can separate me from You. Amen

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Devotion for a Distracted Heart

Jeremiah 29:11-13

For I know the plans I have for you,” declares the Lord, “plans to prosper you and not to harm you, plans to give you hope and a future. Then you will call on me and come and pray to me, and I will listen to you. You will seek me and find me when you seek me with all your heart.

Have you ever had a conversation with someone and afterward, couldn’t recall what was discussed? Perhaps you were pretending to listen while focusing on something else.  Whatever the distraction, you were not giving the other person your full attention.  You heard the words, but none of them registered.

I am guilty of this. It’s not intentional and yet it happens more often than I would like to admit. I think it’s multi-tasking but I often can’t narrow my focus. This made me realize that hearing and listening are not synonymous.

Hearing is the physical act of receiving sounds with your ears. It is a passive response. We can hear multiple sounds at one time, but we don’t always make distinctions and process those sounds.  

 Listening means to heed, to pay attention, be alert. It requires an active response, such as understanding, replying, or even obeying.

I like to think we hear with our ears, but listen with our hearts.

This got me thinking, what is the condition of my heart when it comes to listening to God? Sometimes, I forget, that prayer is a two-way conversation. I speak with God freely, but do I take time to pay attention and listen to Him as well?

In 2022 I want my heart to be less distracted and intentionally cultivate a listening heart, both to God and others. To help me accomplish this, I want to implement the steps of C-A-R-E.

CCreate times to listen- Turn off or put down any distractions, set a timer if necessary, and for five minutes a day, be fully engaged with God.  

A-Ask God to reveal Himself to you throughout your day and identify all the ways He speaks to you.

R-Read Scriptures daily, even if it is only a verse. God’s word always includes a message for you, guiding your relationship with Him, and your relationships with others. 

E-Expect to hear God’s voice. He loves you and desires to share His plan for you. 

Dear Lord, I am so grateful that you are patient with me when my life is full of distractions. I want to cultivate a listening heart to grow closer to you and those around me. Guide me as I achieve this through the steps of C-A-R-E (Create, Ask, Read, and Expect). Amen

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I know I have been sending you information about this free conference and I usually send you inspirational devotions. My next communication will be a new year’s devotions. But in the meantime, I really believe it is a wonderful event to set goals for the New year. You will have access to over $1000 of freebies as well as over 30 wonderful, inspirational messages from Speakers across the world. The great thing about a virtual conference is that you can listen to any of the sessions at ANY TIME like a podcast or interact with the speakers live as there will be time for questions. Check it out. The link for the free ticket gives you all the information without any commitment!
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December Presents

May you feel the presence of Emmanuel God With Us!

Hi Friend!

Instead of just a devotion this month, I wanted my December post to be full of presents for you. So if you will check the end of this message, you will find my links to free downloads, free devotions, a free conference, and access to three recent podcasts where I was the guest!

Merry Christmas!

Distraction of Definition

PRESENT, did you ever think about this word and its impact on the meaning of Christmas?

Present: it has three meanings

  1. Present- Here; God with us.
  2. Present-Gift; God gave us the present (the gift) of His only son Jesus that who so ever believes in Him shall not perish but have eternal life!
  3. Pre-sent- Introduce; God presented His gift of love through His son Emmanuel.

P-Pause and pray- Take time to pause and pray in the doing, Emmanuel God with Us, means he’s present in the messy, the mania and the meaningful. So if your prayers are while in the doing, God hears even the short phrases.

R- RejoiceThe Psalms tell us that rejoicing can be through songs, words and even dance! It increases the positive endorphins in our nervous system and changes our outlook on our circumstances. No matter what you are carrying this season, find the simple things that make you smile.

E-Embrace the Unexpected- One of the things I think that can steal our joy and rob our peace from this season is expecting everything to go as planned. When is the last time that happened?

S-Surrender the Shoulds- How many of us enter this Christmas season with our own list of shoulds?  Shoulds can run our lives and put us on the road of guilt, Give yourself Grace!

E- Emphasize the Essentials- Be intentional about choosing where your energies are spent. It reduces the stress and allows us to emulate the attitudes and qualities we want in this busy season.

N- Nourish Yourself- Resting does not seem productive or crosses anything off our list. Christ modeled this when he took time at the well or in the garden.

T -Thank God and Others- An attitude of gratitude is something that impacts us positively in our bodies and minds.

I pray you have a blessed Christmas! Check the end for all the presents!

As always, I appreciate your encouragement and support.

Merry Christmas!

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Peg’s Devotions are on You Version! Try them both!
Holiday Devotions for the Distracted Heart
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Simply for Women is a show where an abundant life is found in simple faith. God invites us to take Him off our to-do list and to simply be, to simply be with Him.

Distraction of Defensiveness

Let the peace of Christ keep you in tune with each other, in step with each other. None of this going off and doing your own thing. And cultivate thankfulness.  Colossians 3:17 MSG

It was early in the morning and I walked out to get my morning coffee. Sitting on the counter was a delicious cinnamon roll. My sweet husband had gotten up early and traveled out in the cold to get me a treat for the morning. My mouth was watering as I heated the roll and fixed my coffee. I took a bite and it was not as sweet as I had anticipated. The first words out of my mouth were, “what’s wrong with this?” Not a word of gratitude to my husband for his unexpected efforts but a critical comment instead.


“Well, good morning to you too and thank you dear for the unexpected surprise!” He playfully replied.


I became defensive as I made excuses of why I responded the way I did. When I finally expressed my appreciation, it was a futile attempt.


It’s the week of Thanksgiving and time to focus on cultivating a thankful heart or practicing an attitude of gratitude. As much as I hate to admit to it, I have failed at demonstrating appreciation to those I love most dearly. It happens when I least expect it and when I am held accountable for my response, I become defensive and try to make excuses.


I find it’s easy to express gratitude when everything is going well and I am well-rested. However, the challenge occurs when I am tired, distracted, or my expectations are not met. Some examples that I know I am guilty of are: when the trash was taken out, but one room was missed, or the car was cleaned, but the windows were still dirty, or even the kitchen has been cleaned and the counters have crumbs on them. Instead of responding to my husband with gratitude for the effort made, I start complaining about what was left undone.


Throughout his letters, Paul reminds early believers to not complain and grumble, to be content in all circumstances, and be thankful. These are reminders to me that responding with criticism or defensiveness is not enhancing my interactions with others. Relationships are built on love, appreciation, and biting my tongue at times. Thus, as I learn to cultivate an attitude of gratitude, I want to plant the seeds of thankfulness in all I say and do. Then, I will try to learn to recognize and pull the weeds of discontent, criticism, and defensiveness.


Dear Lord, I come to you with a contrite heart. I know I have been selfish in my attitudes and expectations around those I love most. Help me to recognize when I become defensive and critical. Instead, help me cultivate the attitudes of love, appreciation, humility, and kindness. Thank you for your patience with me as I falter. May I demonstrate that same patience to others. Amen

Thank you for your support and encouragement in my ministry. I am beginning to schedule events for 2022. If you know a group looking for a speaker, please feel free to share my contact information.

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I have new holiday devotions on You Version and 2 more podcasts being released next month. If you have missed the recent interviews, Here are some links:

You Version Holiday Devotions http://bible.us/r/7Sa

Check out a recent podcast interview with Kristin Clouse.

Season 2 of Fully Restored Podcast is here! My guest, Peg Arnold, and I discuss the topic of Eating Disorders and how she became transformed from destructive behaviors in her life. I so appreciate Peg’s openness and transparency regarding a sensitive topic. To hear in full click this link:

Apple: https://podcasts.apple.com/…/fully…/id1534896134…

Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/episode/4VThSQJbsRTWerpS8pcLZ5…

Here is another podcast you might have missed.
Join Me on the Fierce Calling Podcast You can catch it on the replay.  I pray it will bring you encouragement.

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