Are you reading the scriptures? Psalm 119 א Aleph 1 How happy are those whose way is blameless,who walk according to the Lord’s instruction!2 Happy are those who keep his decreesand seek him with all their heart.3 They do nothing wrong;they walk in his ways.4 You have commanded that your preceptsbe diligently kept.5 If only my ways were committedto keeping your statutes!6 Then … Continue reading What Are the Benefits of Reading the Scriptures?
This being the two year anniversary of my daughter's wedding, I thought it appropriated to update this post about how I managed fibromyalgia and enjoyed my daughter's wedding. curleque by Coffee at pixabay Dear Friend; You asked me recently how I am doing after my daughter's wedding. It took me until now (about 6 weeks) … Continue reading How I Managed Fibro/FMS/RA and Survived my Daughter’s Wedding
Proverbs 18:10 The name of the Lord is a strong fortress; the godly run to him and are safe. Life has sure been throwing me some curves lately. There's been illness, job loss, and interruption of ministry and just life in general. But God has been right there with us. (I love that … Continue reading Safe in His Arms Living by Faith
And now, Israel, what does the Lord your God ask of you but to fear the Lord your God, to walk in obedience to him, to love him, to serve the Lord your God with all your heart and with all your soul, 13 and to observe the Lord’s commands and decrees that I am giving you today for your own good?Deuteronomy 10:12-15 What is Meditation? We know perhaps what … Continue reading What is Meditation? Why We Should Do it?
Today's Sunday Lyric was originally inspired by the Five Minute Friday Prompt, COMPLETE on September 30, 2018 Building Puzzles Our family enjoys building puzzles together. In recent years, my husband has sneaked into the den to take a piece of the puzzle. We would work for weeks to finish the puzzle only to find the … Continue reading Searching for Completeness
We were halfway there. The four of us planned to lead a witness team from the college over the weekend. We rented a car and headed to West Virginia. But halfway there we had a blowout. Thankfully, there were guys on the team willing to change a tire! That done, we jumped back into the … Continue reading FMF: Refrain by Mandy
I've heard people say that they have given up on prayer. It saddens my heart to hear them say this because prayer is our lifeline to heaven. I would say to them, "Please, give prayer another chance." Could it be that our view of God is distorted? Maybe you need a new perspective on how … Continue reading Give Prayer Another Chance
Now What? Sometimes, when we suddenly have a different lifestyle or unexpected free time when can forget about all the things we have been meaning to do but never seem to have the time. Then we ended up binging on worthless TV shows and have nothing to show for our precious gift of time. Therefore, … Continue reading 15 Things To Do While Social Distancing
This year we are facing a completely different Easter than any other year in our lives. I've celebrated different Easters but not like this... everyone in their own homes. I am so grateful for the ability to gather together electronically. But you may say, "It won't be the same". However, this morning I happened upon … Continue reading How To Celebrate Easter in Place
Prompt: Adjust Start Adjust: verb, to adapt or become used to a new situation. What an appropriate word for me this week. We just moved from a townhome we loved to a slightly smaller apartment. While we were saddened to say goodbye to neighbors we have grown to love, we are now just a couple … Continue reading FMF: Adjust