For God so loved the world that He gave His only begotten Son, that whosoever believeth on Him should not perish but have everlasting life. For God sent not His … Continue reading A Perfect Love
Are you in the middle of a downpour? Don’t go to your window to see if it is raining outside, I am speaking of a life downpour! Last week I … Continue reading Is it raining?
I was praying and asked God a pointed question, I heard the Spirit speak to me concerning the person I was praying for, He said “say this to him, Shed … Continue reading Shed your skin and start again!
I was talking with someone who was recounting something terrible to me, saying this was exactly what his wife had feared would happen! I found myself doing something I’m embarrassed … Continue reading on Quoting the Bible
Only the press was allowed to go into that room, since no one stopped me or asked to see any ID, I walked in and stood right in front of … Continue reading Let me introduce you…
Having had two family birthdays this past week all of these thoughts were crowding into my mind and now I will deliver them to you, my friend! A birthday is … Continue reading on Birthdays and New Years
There is a lot of wonderful advice and so much wisdom in the third chapter of Ecclesiastes, I love to read from it. I think it is familiar to most … Continue reading On putting away
I did a little reading today from the book of Ruth. It is such a precious book which, in the flesh, shows us how a woman who married a man … Continue reading Keep On Keeping On
Have you ever heard that saying about the silk purse and the sow’s ear? It was one of my grandmother’s favorites. It generally had to do with a young man, … Continue reading Mistakes, I’ve made a few…
I daresay we have all had “one brief shining moment”… Alan Jay Lerner wrote of it in the story of Camelot, “Don’t let it be forgot, that once there was … Continue reading Second halves and Camelot
Do you have children? I have two, ten years apart, a girl and a boy. Raising each of them was totally different from the other. One was dolls, fancy dresses … Continue reading Let’s just talk
When I was in the seventh grade, I had a math teacher that I was scared to death of! His name was Mr. Davis; he had the most piercing blue … Continue reading Oh NO, not page 57 again!