“I can shake off everything as I write; my sorrows disappear, my courage is reborn.”~Anne Frank~ I don’t know when I have last written nor when I have even given this blog more a passing thought. The world, for many of us, came to a screeching halt back in March, as we were suddenly faced […]Read More Rescued.
I remember hearing stories about Job all throughout my growing up years. God Himself drew Satan’s attention to him as not once, but twice, He pointed out Job and said, “Have you considered My servant Job? For there is no one like him on the earth, a blameless and upright man, fearing God and turning […]Read More Job and My Journey to Trust
Hear my cry, O God;Give heed to my prayer.From the end of the earth I call to You when my heart is faint;Lead me to the rock that is higher than I.Psalm 61:1,2 Helpless. I left my cleaning job with tears still glistening in my eyes. I had accidentally knocked over a small lamp and broken the glass […]Read More Lead me to the Rock
With a focus on approaching this post, I shared two parts previously – if you have not read them, you can find them here -> Come and Dine and The Redeemed Journey. **I actually wrote this a few weeks ago but did not have it quite ready to share before a crisis rocked my world. I […]Read More Why Do I Read the Bible?
Welcome … this is the second part of a series about the value and beauty of reading God’s Word. If you missed the first part, you might want to read it now as it will hopefully offer context and insight into what I am sharing today. You can find it here: Come and Dine . […]Read More The Redeemed Journey
**This is Part one of a series on focusing on the value and beauty of reading God’s Word.** You’re hungry. As a pilgrim on a long, and often, arduous journey, you find yourself so weary that you might not even realize how famished you are until a door opens and the first wafting aroma […]Read More Come and Dine
I didn’t have any intention of writing today and rather hoped to withdraw inside myself for awhile … but these words wouldn’t stop until they were written, although hastily written they certainly are. Perhaps someone else could use them too. I woke and immediately a sense of sadness began to fill my slowly stirring mind. […]Read More Some Golden Daybreak – for me, for you
We stand at the dawn of a new year. The time when we diligently make new goals, bravely set (or reset last year’s) resolutions, and in general, feel a need to shake things up. Make changes or possibly, insist we are fine, just as we are. In any case, be the master of our own […]Read More More
One of the elements that had long been missing from my Christmas decor was a Nativity scene … a physical representation of the birth of Christ. It was never from a lack of effort or desire, but rather, it was mostly due to autism. Let’s just say, I have a number of broken nativities tucked […]Read More My Christmas Testimony
My favorite Christmas is the Christmas I am living now. My favorite memories are the memories I am making now. The yester-years have passed, like feathers in the wind. Taking with them many loved ones, I’ll not see again. What the future holds, is not known to me. Those in my life today, may not […]Read More My Favorite Christmas