Do we live the way we say we do? Do we wear figurative masks as well as literal ones? Are we the same at home as we are at work or church? Are we taking the advice we give to others? Living it out, walking your talk is easy when all is well in your … Continue reading Living My Advice
In upheaval, people are nervous, frightened, angry, and uncertain. I'm sure there are many more adjectives I could use here. But how many are at peace? And how did they arrive there? I have relatives glued to the news right now, wondering what will happen to our beloved country. I don't have cable; therefore, I … Continue reading Peace in Upheaval
The country may be closed; your state perhaps is shut down, your favorite stores closed until further notice or may never open, but is your heart open?Many people are afraid to go out--between COVID-19 and political upheaval, so I don't blame them. And with good reason. COVID-19 is a scary disease, especially for the elderly … Continue reading Are You Open?
You and I are going on a journey. Which way are you going? Are you going my way? Are you walking down the narrow path with me? What's in your luggage? Everyone brings something. Did you pack your irritation, your self-loathing, your frustration? What about your hurt, your disappointment, or your disillusions? Frailties? Failures? Foolishness? … Continue reading The Journey
They're crouching outside the door, calling to you, "Let us in." You love them and hate them at the same time. You want to; the desire is there. The fun, the excitement, the thrill calls you. But, you know the guilt, the anguish, the self-loathing that will be a result. It would be best if … Continue reading The Door
Enter into His gates with thanksgiving...be thankful unto Him and bless His name. Psalm 100:4 184 days of our 15 days to flatten the curve, I have learned a few things about gratitude. First of all, I am grateful for my wonderful husband, Kevin. He travels most of the year for work, but, during this … Continue reading Grateful
August 14, 2020On Sunday morning, August 9, Kevin and I visited a woman who possessed a fantastic garden. She was selling succulents, and we were in the mood for purchasing so that we could spruce up (no pun intended) our backyard. We spent a lovely hour and a half perusing her massive backyard nursery full … Continue reading Personable Purpose
Before belittling my bemusing blog, I beseech, behold its beauty. Beloved Bride, Between begin and become, it behooves us to believe the best, befriend, behave, and belong, betide. Beautifully beholden to bequeath, to bestir beyond breath, on behalf of this behest bejeweled beauty before, behind, and beside our begotten. Beware the beguiler beneath--who befogs, befuddles, … Continue reading Beyond Belief
Every day, I thank Jesus that my husband loves to cook! I can do it, but he loves to do it. Yay for me! And a definite YUM for us! He makes up his own marinades and they are never the same. He keeps it fresh and amazing. Our kitchen is filled with cute chef … Continue reading The Kitchen Tool and the Body of Christ
As a child, sitting at the piano, my brother Steve asked our mom, "Where's G?"