Asheritah Ciuciu
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Asheritah Ciuciu is an author and speaker, wife to her high school sweetheart, and mama to three spunky kiddos. She grew up in Romania as a missionary kid and is passionate about helping overwhelmed women find joy in Jesus through creative and consistent time in God's Word.

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  1. Amen! You have turned the wise words of your kindergartener into a lesson for us all! We cannot fathom what eternity will be like or life after this world. Headed toward heaven we are … but it’s the connection I feel when close to God, Jesus the Holy Spirit …when I feel safety, love and supported. It’s this feeling that tells me or shows me the afterlife when spent in the care of our Father will be exceptional so exceptional my mind can not fathom. I hope I can be an example to my family so they too will know a life with Christ!

  2. So lovely to think about–and so convicting to realize all the lesser things I accept in exchange for focused time with Him, dwelling on God’s goodness to me.
    P.S. I have your book in my pile, and can hardly wait to get my eyes into it.

  3. That was so sweet! I miss my girl being my little babies and snuggling with them! So beautiful left years in my eyes thank you for sharing this beauty message!

  4. Asherita,

    This is such spot on! The world thinks we need to do more have more, etc. Keep moving, striving to “earn” God’s grace. That’s not true. It is an extravagant gift beyond comprehension. A few songs try to get across the idea of Heaven: “I Can Only Imagine” by Mercy Me & “On Heaven’s Shore” by David Phelps. The pictures they paint is one of grandiose beauty & spending eternity with Almighty God. They also speak about seeing loved ones gone before & no more pain, suffering or tears. Glory Hallelujah. God loved us sooo much that He sent His only son to die a horrible death to save our sinful souls. One of my favorite Christmas songs is “Leaving Heaven” by Matthew West. It talks about living in paradise above the atmosphere, but the world is dark & needs light. I must leave Heaven today to come down & walk broken Earth-that’s how much I love you. I left my glory in Heaven for you! Thank you Jesus for giving us goodness, mercy, love & grace. Such great gifts. Thank you for a great lesson.

    Blessings 🙂