It’s easy to fall into the trap. And I did big time. What trap is that? The one where you think you’re in control. The one where you allow your anxiety, frustrations, and anger to guide your emotions. The one that pulls you away from God. We sold our house with no solid options for … Continue reading Falling Into the Trap
We want the truth, we want what's right, we want to stand up against racism and hate crimes, but let's not do it at the expense of accusing everyone and everything that may not look "right."
Wives, your husband needs the recognition of your trust where deserving.
On a white horse He rides, Taking vengeance for those, Who walk by His side. He's a warrior who takes life, Conquering the evil beast, And nations who cause strife. Mouth with the sharpest of swords, Striking with wrath for His rule, As King of kings, Lord of lords. Don't think you can get away, … Continue reading Poem: The Lamb’s War
They spied out the land, How beautiful and plentiful it was. A land flowing with milk and honey, To abundantly satisfy their needs. Yet most were afraid, Of the giant people they saw. They felt like grasshoppers, Among a devouring land. The anger of God was kindled, For their treatment of contempt, In spite of … Continue reading Poem: Mercy and Punishment
It's bothering me, Something said or done, Don't know whether to address, Or let it go. What if it hinders our relationship, Causes more issues, Closes off communication, Unnecessary hurt feelings? It could be an opportunity to grow, In a difficult circumstance, If we jointly work together, And learn to love deeper. With prayer I … Continue reading Poem: To Address or Let It Go
"My compassion protects my joy." That was my affirmation for the day. It was a nice thought until I had to deal with a lady I perceived was being rude, and then all compassion and joy went out the door as I vented my frustrations upon this government worker. In my mind, she became the … Continue reading Compassion First