Blaming others is easy. Praying for them, on the other hand, is a little bit harder. Blame or pray?
What's in a name when you don't know your name? God knew and knows BOTH of my names...even before I was born.
We were designed in God's image. If we aren't 'working properly' be it on a spiritual, physical, emotional, mental or relational level, guess what? We need a realignment.
The below was written prior to Christmas Day 2020. I had every intention of publishing either before or on Christmas. Looking at it now, I think "after" Christmas is a perfect time for this reminder. ** See you tomorrow. In the book of Proverbs in the Bible, chapter 17, verse 21, it says: Do not… Continue reading Don’t Save It for Christmas
Around this time last year, I wrote the words: "Reaching the end of December has been a relief. I am glad 2019 is (nearly) over. I’m also glad I made it through. God’s strength is what got me through it all. Not my own strength." Change the year to this year and we could be… Continue reading What’s Your Word
As a thinker, I am constantly meditating on thoughts and ideas that run through my head. If they become too much, I write/type them out. My drafts folder is filled with numerous posts that have never seen the light of day. No better time to do some blog-cleaning than the end of the year. The… Continue reading Rambling Thoughts of 2020
https://youtu.be/eVzJiW26xDc I was listening to a teaching the other day and this song popped into my head. I'm not even sure why because the teaching had nothing to do with the song. It just popped in there. If you've read my posts before, this isn't surprising, is it? I knew it was a bible verse,… Continue reading Stepping Into the Word
2 Chronicles 7:14 is a verse often bandied about in this time of pandemic & racial tensions. But, we aren't there yet. We're wandering the desert searching for 2 Chronicles.
The Bible talks about what's in our heart comes out in our speech. During the pandemic when we're "talking" to each other less, what's in our hearts comes out in our timelines.
After Dr. Lois Evans was diagnosed with cancer, she didn't let her family wallow in the diagnosis. She reminded them about the purposes of God.