Driving alone in my car I was listening to the beautiful harmonies of the Voices of Lee. “It is well” played, I love that one and started it over twice, the Lord’s … Continue reading There’s no place like Home
Today is December 27, 2020 and it is 8:01 in the morning. I am listening for the twins to wake up while having a cup of coffee. For these few … Continue reading So, what’s next?
I remembered something today that happened the Thanksgiving when my grandson was eight years old. He had been working all week on a little project, I didn’t understand what it … Continue reading Sometimes it takes a little child…
I read a poem from Lord Byron, Childe Harold’s Pilgrimage, one passage in it stuck in my mind so deeply that I wanted to share it with you: “There is a … Continue reading and I am at peace…
Hello my friend! I thought I would write a kind of a “personal” letter to you and let you hear my philosophy on slowing down as we get older, are … Continue reading I decided to write a letter to you!
Nehemiah 8:10 He continued, “Go home and prepare a feast, holiday food and drink; and share it with those who don’t have anything: This day is holy to God. Don’t feel bad. … Continue reading Got Joy?
“Familiar” is an adjective meaning “well known from long or close association: “a familiar voice”. I have seen pictures of a most fierce looking dog laying with small kittens and … Continue reading This is a ‘no fear zone’!
There are so many negative things on the news and on our social media pages today I thought I would try and bring you a little good tidings of great … Continue reading Where’s the Joy?
It has started already. First we were told we needed exercise equipment for Christmas and now we are being shamed by advertisements into using it and joining a new weight … Continue reading Here we are again, Christmas is over
I originally posted this in March of 2014. I was ahead of my time, there is now a television program called “God Friended Me” which I actually watch. We are … Continue reading Does God have a social media page?
I have always loved to read, maybe it’s because it took me out of the reality of the little mill houses that the Pastor of the local church lived in, … Continue reading Thoughts from a page turner…
When I was young there was a widely popular show, the Wide World of Sports and in its introduction the announcer said, while scenes of different sporting events were being … Continue reading The Thrill of Victory the Agony of Defeat