Are we missing how God works and provides because we are so busy watching for the ways we think He will work and provide? When God provides, He has used some interesting and unusual methods. God’s provision has come… Through quail – Exodus 16:13. Through manna – Exodus 16:14-36. Through …Continue reading →
For all You have done. For Who You are. For Your sacrifice. For Your Grace. For Your Mercy. For Your Peace. For Your Joy. For given Your all so I may live. I gift You me. I gift You my heart. I gift You my all. I love You, Jesus. I love You, Heavenly Father. Happy Birthday, Jesus. For now and forever, I gift You my heart.
During church, our pastor reminded us that if we are in Christ Jesus we are like Noah when he was in the ark. Noah was safe and secure even in the storms, even in the driving rain, even if he tripped and fell, even if he was wobbly on his …Continue reading →
Christmas is a wonderful time, yet also can be a very difficult time. Life is hard, people we love are no longer with us, tornadoes strike and devastate, illness hits and leaves us struggling to breathe. However, there is hope. Christmas is more than a date on the calendar, much …Continue reading →
(I posted a little about this earlier, but wanted to share some additional thoughts). I used to think about wisdom as a stern scholar sitting behind a huge desk looking over his glasses as I tried to fumble through life. I got so excited when I read the following verse …Continue reading →
Paul tells us in Ephesians 5:18 to “be filled with the Spirit.” The definition for the Greek word “filled” means to not only be full, but to be complete, filled to the brim, to cause to abound, to furnish or supply liberally, to render perfect. We are to be filled …Continue reading →
With a heavy heart, I sat down in the grass and pulled weeds. Our sweet little dog who had blessed our family for fifteen years had passed away, and I missed Chipper’s furry little sweetness. In the past, whenever I worked in the yard, he would keep me company. Now, …Continue reading →