The events of 2020 have certainly attempted to distract us from the Lord. As followers of Christ, what do we do with disappointment, especially when cause for it seems to multiply on a daily basis? All too often we lose perspective and miss an opportunity to deepen our walk with the Lord and grow in faith, wisdom, and real knowledge of Him. Amidst chaos, calamity, and uncertainty in our world, … [Read more...] about What Do We Do With Disappointment?
Here we go! We close a year and open another. Reflect on the past and look to the future. Flip the calendars. Out with the old, in with the new. Endings. New Beginnings. Full of hope. My youngest daughter used to love playing 20 questions. It was always a fun game to help us detect what the other was thinking of. We would play at the end of a day just before bed. This activity helped us grow … [Read more...] about 20 Questions for Personal Growth This Year
This post is a result of a writing challenge prompt; "Sharing my voice feels like..." But sharing my voice also feels like obedience to the Lord. And it gives me hope that it may point others to Christ and godly living. These two things must overcome the other feelings that are ultimately all self-focused. Fear Years ago, as a divorced, single mom, a sweet older man on the maintenance … [Read more...] about Praise Him in The Storm
I ponder His lovingkindness More wonderful than life As He speaks He directs In His way that is right If I veer from the path He has made to me so clear My soul would be burdened And so desperate to hear His voice that speaks so tender To my heart, to my soul The words He gave forever To this one in His fold Trust Me on this path tho winding What I … [Read more...] about Commissioned
T'was on Good Friday long agoMankind bore such heavy weightPlagued by death's most certain blowA full ransom must be paidT'was our debt aloneOnly One could take our placeFor the sin of mortal flesh to atoneAnd this eternal debt eraseNeither sin nor misdeedDid He commit to this meritYet no defense did He speakIn love and obedience He'd bear itThe power was all HisTo take up or lay down His … [Read more...] about GOOD FRIDAY
It’s amazing how thankfulness flows. It only takes one drop in an ocean of reasons to be thankful to start a ripple effect. Thankfulness in one area spreads to thanksgiving in other areas. I confess this post to be an example of such a thankfulness ripple. In expressing thankfulness for my husband, I see so many more things for which to give thanks. And so goes the dance. The Most Thankful Person … [Read more...] about Thankfulness Ripple Effect