A Message To My Widow Friends (And anyone else who is hurting) Today I heard myself saying, “He is never coming back!” I just realized Dave is not coming back! It seems like such a silly statement! He went to Heaven 17 months ago and the stark reality that he is not coming back is… Read More He Is Never Coming Back!
I am in the middle of leading a Bible Study using Randy Alcorn’s Heaven material. I am learning so much! I never realized how much the Bible tells us about Heaven (The intermediate Heaven ~ where my dear husband is) and our future Eternal Heaven. The following is an excerpt from the book. I was… Read More God’s Map To Heaven
God called King David “a man after His own heart.” I have heard that phrase many times during my life. But it wasn’t until my time alone with Jesus this morning, that I found myself asking how a mere man (even though a king) would be honored to acquire such an intimate, loving description from… Read More A Man or Woman after God’s Own Heart
Years ago my husband Dave recognized my desire to share Jesus with other women and he encouraged me to follow that calling. So I did. His passion was to bring hope to hurting couples by sharing our marriage success story together. So we did. He was also the biggest supporter of my inconsistent blog writing.… Read More I Choose Joy in the Middle of My Sorrow
God spoke to me today. He broke through my childish doubts with words of comfort and assurance. “Hang in there; sit tight; stick to My course for your life.” He said, “I will not let you down”. He reminded me of how He cared for past saints, how He watched over them and kept them… Read More God Spoke To Me Today…
Oh Lord, how great and all-powerful You are! And how beautiful is the world You created for our habitation! Even before man was brought forth from the dust, You prepared for him a place in which to live and grow. And everything man saw about him reflected the beauty and power of the living… Read More Psalm 104
As is often the scenario, thirteen people of a variety of ages scrunched into a space better suited for eight, in a familiar restaurant for breakfast after church one Sunday morning, The busyness of the restaurant and the various conversations going on at the same time, competing to be heard above the others who were… Read More Give Me Some Solitude Please
Sunday morning “after church foyer talk” is sometimes brief because of family schedules and plans. But on a recent Sunday, a common and all too familiar emotion was conveyed by a sweet woman of God as I asked the usual question, “How are you?” Although this woman’s joyous countenance was reassuring, she offered a facial… Read More The Gift of Prayer
Information… If you take the Word of God into your head and spout it out to others, but you don’t take it any further, that’s called information. The Pharisees were truly remarkable when it came to information, intellectually amassing all kinds of biblical data. But they neglected to apply it. They refused to live it.… Read More I Want Bloody Toes
Every time we fight with weeds and thistles in our garden, we can think of our own disobedience. And every time we experience pain or attend a funeral and suffer heartache from the loss of a loved one – we remember our prideful, sinful nature, and our great need of a Savior. God tells us in Chapter… Read More Thorns, Thistles, Pain, Death and a Promised Gift!