When someone you have looked up to, loved, and respected has been revealed in living in the depths of sin, what will you put on?
She was the one. The only one that understood the magnitude of my struggles. The depth of pain it caused to the extent of hope it drew out. She was my sweet sister, mother in the faith, and inspiring friend — Deb. Deb related to me on a level that no one else had. Being … Continue reading She Got It
As they rolled her out from therapy where we were sitting in the waiting area, tears welled up in my eyes. My daughter started a light quiet sob and I could read the sadness on my son’s face. Our beloved Mamaw gazed off into the distance as if she wasn’t there in her mind; so … Continue reading A Beautiful Goodbye
The reception is planned, Who do you invite? Friends, relatives, or neighbors, Who have a fortunate plight?
Why would I, a long-time faithful Christian, NOT want to thank God for such success?
Unfortunately, it took me having a disease to force me to slow down and breath.
Have you been wronged? Hurt? Betrayed? I have. How will you get through it? Heal? Forgive? Be free?
"My Father, if this cannot pass away unless I drink it, Your will be done." Matthew 26:42 The cup is laid before Him, The cup of woe, The cup of anguish. He begs not to drink it, Not to taste its death; Maybe there’s another way. “Father, please let it pass, If it’s possible, I … Continue reading Sunday Reflection: The Cup
In a time where I feel as though I should have been earnestly preaching the gospel, I have been physically weak through chronic illnesses and Satan has definitely taken advantage through his temptations.
Those who have a good measure of health may be able to do more hands on work, but it doesn't mean that their service is more important than those that are less hands on.