Recently I led a group of ladies through a bible study I wrote, or rather God wrote, called Broken: A … More
Consider your goals this year and what God’s plan for you is. Make Him your top priority.
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This is a post from 2014 (you will be able to tell by some of the…
This morning I got a message about a family whose 16 year old son died in the night. He had leukemia. Be still my heart.
It has brought on a flood of emotions, and as I sit in my church parking lot today, I am trying to dry up the tears.
For me, this is the week. The week my life changed forever. I don’t celebrate this anniversary but I am always reminded. I am attaching an old blog post for those of you who don’t know about the pain I am speaking of.
But I rejoice. I rejoice because right now I hurt. It feels as though my God is silent. But He is not.
My King came in the form of a manger. He went to a cross one where Mary watched her son die. So I am going out on a limb, but I say that before we can know great joy, we must know great pain.
The greater the pain, the greater the joy. The gratitude. The awe and wonder of how a Savior came for me.
And one day… oh yes, one day, He is coming back.
He is coming back for those who are His. That’s me.
If I am still here when He returns, he will look at the masses and say, “Let’s go!” But He will look at me and say, “Let’s go-ready to see your dad again??”
Now I am squalling. Thanks God for this image this morning. Tears are good.
So is waterproof mascara.:)
We have all felt rejection on some level at some point in life. Do you live with it always in the back of your mind?
Therefore, since we are surrounded by such a great cloud of witnesses, let us throw off everything that hinders and the sin that so easily entangles. And let us run with perseverancethe race marked out for us, 2 fixing our eyes on Jesus, the pioneer and perfecter of faith. For the joy set before him he endured the cross, scorning its shame, and sat down at the right hand of the throne of God. Hebrews 12:1-2
“You will not see God do miracles until you believe He can.“
“You will not see it in the physical until you believe it in the spiritual.”
“You and I are blocking God’s miracle when human logic, if it’s correct, trumps what God said.“ Dr. Tony Evans
I am a terrified flyer. What’s your worst fear? Yours is probably much deeper, but all fears must fall. As Christ followers, we cannot allow our fears to cripple us. What kind of follower of the One Who overcame everything would we be?
This is Manic Monday. My cat loves to steal the show, but since it is Halloween, she’s the wrong color to steal much of the show.
You must read Goliath Must Fall by Louie Giglio. The next 6 weeks of Manic Monday will be the Spark Notes version of this from my Wednesday night class at Little Flock Baptist Church.
You haven’t heard from me for awhile because life got little cra cra. My oldest daughter got engaged! Three partners … More
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