Poem: To Address or Let It Go

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

Poem: Unyielded Anger

Unyielded anger lingers inside, Against wickedness committed. The perpetrator unrepentant, Nothing left but to stew. Bitterness, wrath, vengeance, Poisons the unsatisfied soul. Release it to God weary mind, Before you implode. ....do not let the sun go down on your wrath.... Ephesians‬ ‭4:26b ...."Vengeance is mine, I will repay," says the Lord. Romans 12:19b "....pray … Continue reading Poem: Unyielded Anger

Graceful Woman, You Inspire Me

I've observed her tangled heart for years,  Living a downtroddened life, She wasn't expecting.  Her husband commanding and demanding from her, No love in the way she desires, Nor the security needed.  His impulses and anger getting the best of him,  Her cleaning up the messes, Hoping things will change.  Him provoking her to her … Continue reading Graceful Woman, You Inspire Me

The Problem is not Anger, Grief, or Stress

The problem is not that we experience anger, grief, or stress. These are all reflective of our need for justice, love, and peace. It's when we allow it to consume us at the expense of not trusting in God, Who is the ultimate source of justice, love, and peace. Prayer (from Psalms‬ ‭25:1-2, 9-10, 20-21): … Continue reading The Problem is not Anger, Grief, or Stress