Larry Gatlin wrote a song which Johnny Cash recorded, it was called simply, Help Me. Part of the lyrics said, Lord, Help me walk another mile, just one more mile; … Continue reading Lord, Help me!
I made a comment this week this week and in it mentioned the song “When He was on the Cross I was on His mind”, I have thought about that before … Continue reading When He was on the Cross…
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
Luke 23:43 And Jesus said unto him, Verily I say unto you, Today you shall be with me in paradise. As I read that scripture this morning I stopped to … Continue reading I am forgiven
The song we used to sing came to mind a few moments ago, I have a recording of my dad singing it, “I am weak but Thou art strong, Jesus … Continue reading Are you strong?
The Commandment which is taken as a suggestion as often as commandment number three which suggests that we not take the name of the Lord God in vain, brings to … Continue reading You were waiting on this weren’t you?#7
I feel like I have lived several lifetimes in the span of my years. I was a single girl who took on the job of helping my parents build a … Continue reading Still with me? #5 Commandment or Suggestion?
Think of it this way, the same way the baby in the crib doesn’t know that you hear him, God hears us because YOU are HIS baby! He is already … Continue reading He will Sustain me!
This morning when I cleaned the grounds from the coffee pot while they were still hot and easy to spill out, I thought that “future Harolene” will be very happy … Continue reading Advice to the Young from One who is Not!
OK I admit it I am a hopeless romantic. I remember my first love, the excitement of a wedding and even though it ended in divorce I am looking forward … Continue reading Are you a commitment keeper?
I got a comment that said, “You always lift me up”, how very happy I was to see it and I confess it made my day! As a result, all … Continue reading You lift me up!
On March 26 1924, sixteen year-old Addie Mae Tomberlin Paulk gave birth to a nine-pound baby girl. I have often heard the story of how she looked at her husband, nineteen … Continue reading Happy Birthday to my Mother