Tag: strength

Singing in the brokenness

I don’t know about you, but I can’t sing – well I can, but most would not call it that. Problem is, when it comes to singing to Jesus, I can’t do it quietly. I have to raise my voice and my hands. I’ve… Continue Reading “Singing in the brokenness”

Just me & You

It’s easy for us to complain or, to put it more gently, bemoan or grumble – because there’s plenty each day that tries to take away our peace. Things like unexpected pain, illness, financial burdens, you can add yours here… Found myself in the… Continue Reading “Just me & You”

Very Near

So much going on in our world today: wars, famines, drugs, sex trafficking, inflation, financial uncertainty – and much more that makes us fret or fear. For some, they huddle, retreating more and more from society. A valid response given so much hate and… Continue Reading “Very Near”

What time is it

It’s time, I feel it deep in my soul. Do you feel it too? Time to leave behind the trappings of all that holds us back. Instead hold only to that which matters: the Savior (for He never let’s us go), those we hold… Continue Reading “What time is it”

Every Day

I love that, here in America, we set aside a day to be thankful for all we have and be grateful for our nation. Parents love to hear ‘thank you’ from their children. Cultivating a heart of gratefulness has to begin young – teaching… Continue Reading “Every Day”

Transplant

This is a hurting world. Broken, lost, trying to breathe. All around the effect of centuries of sin – and its relentless pursuit – swirl. As I write, a friend’s adult son fights for his life – a fall at work left him with… Continue Reading “Transplant”

Honor

A foreign word these days – honor. And yet when used, it’s misused. We give honor to worthless things. We call people heroes flippantly. In this culture of constant affirmation, words become watered down. We are so consumed with being entertained, that scoring baskets… Continue Reading “Honor”

Thirsty…

Ever wake up in the middle of the night and just need a sip of water? Our thirst mechanism is built in because water is vital for life. Keep hydrated and life goes on. No source of water, life can end pretty quick. I’ve… Continue Reading “Thirsty…”

This Changes Everything…

I was wondering recently: how will we recognize people in eternity? Here’s the reason for my ponderĀ  – a picture flashed through my mind of when I first see the face of Jesus. I could see Him look me in the eye and lightly… Continue Reading “This Changes Everything…”

Never Lost – Have GHS…

Easy access to GPS has truly changed how we get from here to there. Used to be we would listen carefully to someone’s directions, or for a longer trip we made sure we had maps. I am so impressed with the pioneers of old.… Continue Reading “Never Lost – Have GHS…”

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