Good, Good Father At the IF:Gathering 2016, we sang Chris Tomlin’s Good, Good Father. I had never heard the song before. I liked it. It seemed a good way to start. By the end, it was personal. You see … I have always struggled with who I am. My name means worthy of love, but I… Continue reading Fighting to Believe in Who I Am
Easter, for me, has always been a great day of celebration. A day of basking in the joy of the resurrection. But this year, it was different. You see, life has changed a lot for our family recently. Easter 2015, my husband was pastoring a church as he had been for nearly 40 years. Our… Continue reading A Different Kind of Easter
I kept asking God “Why are you taking everything I love away from me?” …
Preaching to myself from the past … I’m reposting a Bible study post from two years ago that is preaching loud today.
Psalm 36:7 “How priceless is your unfailing love, O God. People take refuge in the shadow of Your wings.“ God’s Love: PRICELESS As I read this chapter, I was reminded of the Master card commercial that I have posted above. The ad says to me, “It’s not the purchases that are valuable but the response… Continue reading Finding A Priceless Love
George Muller is best known for his praying in faith, but he was also diligent to meditate on God’s Word. In one of his journal entries he noted: It often astonished me that I did not see the importance of meditation upon Scripture earlier in my Christian life. As the outward man is not fit… Continue reading George Muller on Meditation
One of my favorite hymns. Have your heard it?
No matter what we are facing, God goes before us. He’s already there taking care of it.
I often wonder if our nation has arrived at the point where God has decided to leave to our own devices. We have wandered so far from God as a nation. Is there really any hope for us?
I came across this writing from a year ago. It was a good reminder to me to not lose hope.
May your Independence Day be full of Hope. Happy 240th America!
Have you ever felt like you were losing everything?