On March 23, 1775, Patrick Henry uttered a phrase which is remembered even today and quoted often. What did it mean to him? Here is the first paragraph of the … Continue reading Are you afraid to pray in public?
Let’s talk about two things, one is truth and the other is guilt, just a few thoughts on each subject. “You can’t handle the truth”, you might recognize that line … Continue reading I can’t make you love me if you don’t
A funny thought was presented to me this morning when I was discussing giving honor to whom honor is due with my cousin, Duane. We were having a rollicking talk … Continue reading Honored person, shameful deeds
When you read the book of Hebrews chapter 11 you read a long list, but by no means a complete list, of faith pioneers, people who stepped out on faith … Continue reading A Cloud of Witnesses
This Sunday, June 16, is the day that we stop to honor our dear old dads, Father’s Day. The Bible tell us in Exodus 20:12, “Honor your father and mother … Continue reading Expanding hearts
This morning when I got up to make coffee at 6 AM Atlanta time I turned on the television to catch the morning news and I heard the President of … Continue reading I’m proud to be an American
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?
I read an article, which was a tribute to Pamela Murphy. In case you don’t recognize her name there is no reason why you should, but if I said she … Continue reading Love Lifted Me
There are different ways to talk about “glory” this is one of them. We all had our “glory days” back in our youth, we were beautiful, or “ripped”, strong and … Continue reading Bring Back the Glory!
My intention for the blog tonight was to talk about “glory” as was suggested by a very dear reader… but when I started researching the scriptures it was so deep … Continue reading You work hard for your…reward
In two days we will be saying Happy Birthday to our country the good old U S of A and while we are doing that we must take the time … Continue reading Have you said Thank You?
In 1967 Aretha Franklin belted out a song, written by Otis Redding, which asked for a little R-E-S-P-E-C-T, “All I’m askin’ you is for a little respect when you get … Continue reading R-E-S-P-E-C-T