**Welcome to Five Minute Friday! ** This community was founded by Lisa-Jo Baker, who hosted the weekly link-up on her blog for four years before passing it on in August 2014.

It’s my great pleasure to host this one-of-a-kind crew, week after week. I dare you to find a more caring, compassionate group of bloggers who gather to support each other online! These writers amaze me. I adore each and every one of you.

### If you’re new here or haven’t participated before, **welcome**!

**Here’s how it works:**

**Every Thursday, a one-word prompt will be announced here on my blog at 10pm EST.**

The link-up is open for a full week, until the following Thursday evening.

Oh, and before the prompt is revealed, many of us like to **connect on Thursday evenings on Twitter** at the hashtag **#fmfparty**. Come join us and chat all things writing, chocolate and cupcakes!

**To participate in Five Minute Friday,** all you have to do is **write for five minutes** on the word of the week, post your words on your own blog, and link up the post here (via the InLinkz button at the bottom of the post). Be sure to add the actual permalink to your specific post, and not your blog’s homepage (e.g. http://katemotaung.com/five-minute-friday/ and not just katemotaung.com).

**If you don’t have a blog,** you’re welcome to post your five minutes of writing in the comments here each week, or on the Five Minute Friday Facebook page.

This is meant to be a free write, which means: no editing, no over-thinking, no worrying about perfect grammar or punctuation.

**Just write.**

### Also, the **most important rule **is that you visit the blog of the person who linked up before you and leave some encouragement. **That’s the most fun of all, and the heart of this community.**

**Feel free to grab the button in the sidebar** to use on your own sites so others will come write with us, too!

Go ahead **subscribe to this blog** so the prompt will appear in your inbox every week — and follow along on Facebook, Twitter and Pinterest so you don’t miss a single prompt!

**If you have any questions,** drop me a comment or click the Contact tab in the menu bar above.

I think that’s about it! We’re *so* glad you’re here, and look forward to connecting with you through shared words!

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Five Minute Friday – Fill

This week has been filled with sadness and pain.

Praying and pleading for a dear friend. God she has filled

My life with joy she has been there for me through the good and the bad.

Her life has been filled with uncertainty and fear . My pray is that you would fill her heart

With peace again I pray she will reach out to you .

Fill her room with your holy spirt. Please don’t let her feel alone .

We can’t take for grant the love ones God fills our lives With

Don’t think you have for ever love them now . When I think of the many times God fills my

My mind with good things to do for others and I don’t move on them .

God forgive me help me to be so filled with your spirt and love . I don’t want to be filled

With just good intentions.

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Five Minute Friday: Ready

1…2…3…Go!

“I’m ready!” I’m not a mom, at least not yet, but I have already heard that phrase come from precious childrens’ mouths more than once. Ready? Yes, for you to come find me. Ready? Yes, for you to help me with x, y, ¬¬¬¬¬z. Ready,….am I ready? I think of the song that has the words, “Ready to do what He wants me to do, every moment of every day,…” I can’t think of the author or the rest of the words, but it makes me think of what I’m facing now at college. I want to be ready. Ready to lend a hand to someone who needs help. Like John who didn’t understand how to do the assignment or Cassidy who looked like she could use a hand with the food trays. Ready to be a listening ear or an encouraging voice. To Alice when she wanted to talk about a video game I had never heard of, or Lauren who has troubles at home. Ready to point to my Savior Jesus Christ, ready to encourage others in Him, ready to hear about others’ struggles in their faith, ready to share about how Christ found me. Like when Erin asked about how long I had known Christ, or when Emily exclaimed, “Yeah! Your experience with Christ sounds as complicated as mine!” LORD, make me ready.

End.

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Hi Kelly, love your post on FMD-Whisper! i just posted on FMF for the first time and I am loving it! your post is beautiful and honest and so real…i love it! 🙂

Dena

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this is my first five-minute friday EVER!!!

I hope i do this right!!

Here is my post for 5 minute friday! see it here: http://curlygirlcreativelife.com/5-minute-friday-952014/

Dena 🙂

This is my first ever 5 minute Friday post. http://jschnedler.blogspot.com/2014/09/whisper.html

Looks like I’m joining a bunch of other first-timers today! Thanks for the prompt, ’twas fun.

https://theannabrown.wordpress.com/2014/09/06/waterslide-whispering/

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Five Minute Friday: Ready

1…2…3…Go!

“I’m ready!” I’m not a mom, at least not yet, but I have already heard that phrase come from precious childrens’ mouths more than once. Ready? Yes, for you to come find me. Ready? Yes, for you to help me with x, y, or z. Ready,….am I ready? I think of the song that has the words, “Ready to do what He wants me to do, every moment of every day,…” I can’t think of the author or the rest of the words, but it makes me think of what I’m facing now at college. I want to be ready. Ready to lend a hand to someone who needs help. Like John who didn’t understand how to do the assignment or Cassidy who looked like she could use a hand with the food trays. Ready to be a listening ear or an encouraging voice. To Alice when she wanted to talk about a video game I had never heard of, or Lauren who has troubles at home. Ready to point to my Savior Jesus Christ, ready to encourage others in Him, ready to hear about others’ struggles in their faith, ready to share about how Christ found me. Like when Erin asked about how long I had known Christ, or when Emily exclaimed, “Yeah! Your experience with Christ sounds as complicated as mine!” LORD, make me ready.

End.

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1…2…3…Go!

Hold. The first thing that pops into my mind are the words to a song I have been singing recently “I could travel the world and never fill the longing of my heart, the healing warmth of someone’s arms”. Sometimes the desire to be married is overwhelming. At those points, it is difficult to remember that my Heavenly Father is completely able to hold me and be to me all that I need–far better than any husband can do! Yet, on the other hand, if/when the LORD gives me a husband, I look forward to loving and serving him in Christ, with Christ’s help. I love the verse in Isaiah, I think it’s in chapter 54, that says that the LORD is my Husband, my Holy, All-Knowing, Completely Self-sacrificing Husband Who loves me and cares for my needs every single moment. Which makes me smile, because, right now, all my moments are single! One day I may be married, but until then, with the LORD’s help, I’ll keep trusting in Him and seeking His Arms as my comfort and shelter. What a privilege to rest in them! What about you? Are you trusting in the LORD? His Arms are enough no matter where you find yourself at this moment.

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To have an to hold……. till death do us part

I have been married for fifteen years, while it hasn’t always been perfect, and we haven’t always got it right, I have to say that the place where I feel most safe physically is when I am being held by my husband. Whether it is a big bear hug, or a snuggle on the couch, or that gentle intimate hold, the world feels whole when I held. Safety and security is in the hold.

Waiting on hold…..

The times that I have felt most frustrated is when I am on hold, waiting with elevator music, or worse yet the recorded message that repeats every few minutes “Your call is important….” Being on hold can be such a waste of time, even though for those times I actually have to hold, the end result of the call is something that is required. Answers are usually found in the hold.

Life on hold

There are times in my life where I have felt like everything was on hold. Waiting for things to go the way I think they need to, waiting for responses, waiting on my children, waiting on my husband, and waiting on God. Those times that I feel like the world is going past me, that my life is on hold, I am tested. Patience is found in the hold.

here is the link for my FMF entry!

http://curlygirlcreativelife.com/five-minute-friday-hold/

This one was a good one this week…seemed to come easier than the last few.

Thanks so much!

Dena

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totally love this and can’t wait to write with you.

Awesome! So excited to have you join us!!

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