At one time, the yard with our new home had been loved. Plantings of Crepe Myrtle, flowers, and decorative shrubbery are evidence of the care the lawn had once received. However, with the passing of time, undergrowth took over, trees grew wild, briers, poison ivy, and poison oak grew unabated, … Continue reading →
I’m pondering how often we refuse to move forward. We get rutted and trapped in the past, clinging to the thing that destroyed the life we wanted or imagined.
There is a time to mourn and weep, but we’ve turned it into a lifestyle, and “poor me” has become an idol. Self is exalted over God. We aren’t hearing His voice nor hearing His call because we are too busy listening to our own complaints and whines. I’ve been there, done that–sat and stewed and mourned. And the longer I stewed in my stew, the stinkier my stew (and me) became. Ugh.
Give God your pain, your heartache, your worries and cares. Release them to Him, burn them and be released from your pain, your heartache, your worries and cares. Watch the video directly on YouTube https://youtu.be/YIvW9HezWcU lisabuffaloe.com … Continue reading →
The only one who can mend a broken heart is the One who made your heart. When your heart is breaking, when your heart is broken, run to Jesus. “The Lord is near to the brokenhearted and saves those who are crushed in spirit.” ~ Psalm 34:18 (NASB) “He heals … Continue reading →
Lisa Buffaloe’s Lyme Disease Journey and Lyme Disease Information Lisa’s Lyme Disease journey began in October 2000 when a nauseating dizziness sent her on a journey through twenty plus doctors as her health spiraled out of control. Diagnosis ranged from Labyrinthitis, rheumatoid arthritis, swollen jugular vein, autoimmune inner ear disease, … Continue reading →
I sat on the couch under four blankets as a heating pad swaddled my head. Afflicted with a three-day old ice-pick to the skull migraine, a freezing body, and a head that felt like it was about to explode. Not my worse night ever, but man I was miserable. Since 2000 my health issues have … Continue reading →