When life’s paths are uncomfortable, and seem not to make sense, keep trusting God. … More What the Donkey Saw
I have fed you with milk, and not with meat: for hitherto ye were not able to bear it, neither yet now are ye able. 1 Corinthians 3:2 Milk and meat—Paul uses these two food groups to describe different levels of Biblical learning: milk represents the baby steps and meat, the larger lessons which require … More Don’t Forget the Milk!
Bowing the knee before Jesus may conjure up in your mind one of several images of someone in the Bible; and if you Google the phrase, you’d be surprised at what comes up! Perhaps blind Bartimaeus, or the woman with an issue of blood, or the disciples came to your mind–certainly, they are just a few … More Bow the Knee
We have a pet—actually, it’s our son’s pet. Pepper is a ten-year-old black Cocker Spaniel. She is a cutie and a wonderful pet. She never messes in the house. She doesn’t get up on the furniture (unless we’re not watching!). She LOVES to takes walks. She’s never had any health problems, doesn’t eat much, loves … More God’s Pet
Well, for the past four days, I’ve laid around doing nothing. Wish it could have been on the beach, but it was on the couch with a box of tissues, a bounding headache, and a fever. Today is the first day that I can actually function! No one likes to get sick. We try not … More AWH…CHOO! Sniffle, Sniffle.
What would you do if you were king or queen for a day? This was the question which was posed to us in Sunday School as we study Ecclesiastes. Wow! The answers are endless! My first thought was political: I’d outlaw abortion forever! Or I’d pay off our country’s multi-trillion dollar debt! (seventeen to be exact and … More King for a Day
There is a delicate web that crisscrosses its way across this land. It’s like a huge connect-the-dots pattern, and it happens every Wednesday evening. People gather together in their churches to pray and the wind of God’s grace gently touches the web, which is often laced with the tears of God’s most precious saints – … More Connect the Dots