The Crimson Covered Farm Life

Forgetting what lies behind and straining forward to what lies ahead

Crimson

Hello there! My name is Amy Elizabeth, I am married to a wonderful man who is a dairy farmer and we work together on God’s land. So, I am a farmer’s wife.

 

We have four children who we love dearly. Three daughters and a son. In September of 2012 we brought our youngest two children home to be home schooled.  Our eldest is in college and our second born will finish high school in the public school system

Daily I’m learning to walk the path that God has laid for me to move past having a victim mentality to learning to be a survivor into His glorious life for me.

I call myself the Crimson Beloved because I love the colour red and the meaning of my name Amy is Beloved.  I am covered with God’s crimson coloured grace.  Without His grace, I can do nothing.  I am a child of God.

So, why have I started blogging?  I write out the story that God has given to me as a testimony to the Lord.  If He wills it, then these cyber bread crumbs will be found by woman like myself, who seek to follow God’s will in their lives.

Who are these woman? Woman who have been raped and sexually assaulted as children.  You won’t find me ranting about or hating on my abuser. Actually, I’ve forgiven him. Yeap, he’s forgiven. That will come as a shock for some of you but it is possible and it is on going.

Forgiving my abuser almost seems easier than learning to forgive myself and leaving it all behind.  That’s where the “on going” part comes in.

If you would like to read more about the story God has written in my life then you can start here

Starting the journey in a scarlet journal

The winter is past

He loved me just as I was

The Colour Brown

Yes, I’ll pray for you

Are you scared?

When I am afraid

Being Thankful through the Darkness

The little girl he tried to crush

 

So, why don’t you put on your tea kettle and I’ll start mine and I’ll tell you what’s happening in my life and you can share your story when you are ready.

Will that be peppermint tea or orange pekoe today?

God bless.

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