Hebrews 12:17 says, “For ye know how that afterward, when he would have inherited the blessing, he was rejected: for he found no place of repentance, though he sought it … Continue reading So what is the solution?
September 14, 2019 I don’t usually start by putting the date, now I’ll tell you why. At three o’clock in the morning on September 14 a long time ago, there … Continue reading September 14, Jinxed or Blessed?
Lately I have had several people close to me to die. With the passing of my uncle this past August 17 I thought of something I had written before my … Continue reading Life is like a Ferris Wheel
People say mistakes are good for you if you learn from them so they aren’t repeated. I would rather learn from watching you make mistakes, making them myself has been … Continue reading Pulling it together
March 15, 2017 I posted this when I lost someone very dear to me. Last night my Uncle had his *”glorious day” and transitioned to his new status well and … Continue reading Another piece of my heart…
The morning after my dad went to heaven I went to the kitchen to make the coffee and oatmeal and thought of all the fun I used to have guessing … Continue reading Morning afters and long,lonely roads
According to the dictionary, Fear is a noun and is a distressing emotion aroused by impending danger, evil, pain, etc. whether the threat is real or imagined, it is the … Continue reading Facing fear is never easy
Today is the sixth anniversary of my dad taking his leave from this earth. I feel his spirit close to me often and with my sister posting his messages every … Continue reading 5-08-13 My dad’s glorious day
Today, April 24, is Armenian Memorial Day, the day we remember those Armenian ancestors martyred because of their belief that Jesus was the one and only Son of the true … Continue reading April 24, a day of remembrance
Today an old song crossed my mind and I sang it out loud to myself while driving home from the store. It says: “The cross upon which Jesus died, is … Continue reading It’s Good Friday!
Today at lunch someone mentioned this article posted in 2015 and I decided to re-post instead of what I had planned for today it as it brought up memories of the good, … Continue reading A small departure
When someone has died people want to know, “did they have any last words?” Think about it, if you were standing by the bedside of a loved one and they looked … Continue reading Words from the deathbed