"Give thanks to the Lord, call on His name; make known among the nations what He has done.Sing to Him, sing praise to Him; tell of His wonderful acts.Glory in His holy name; let the hearts of those who seek the Lord rejoice.Look to the Lord and His strength; seek His face always."- I Chronicles … Continue reading Give Thanks to the Lord
What is your idea of what heaven will be like? Will it be a celebration or just another long boring church service?
This is Going to Hurt me More than it hurts you Have you ever heard your parents say this to you? I can remember a time or too when it was said to me. However, it wasn't until I had children of my own that I saw the truth in that statement. We never had … Continue reading Pain and Suffering: An Indication of God’s Love
It has always been a marvel to me that Jesus intercedes for us. Not only did He pour Himself out on the cross for our salvation, but “He lives always to intercede for us (Hebrews 7:25.
Creating Space - Before we speak or give our "wise suggestions" to another, perhaps we ought to get to know them a little. Make sure that we understand a bit about their culture and the things they deal with on a daily basis
When I share about fibromyalgia, oftentimes is to women. And it's true the majority of people with fibromyalgia and other chronic pain issues are women. But there are men that suffer as well. (And I'm not talking about our husbands. ha!) I recently met Jonathan Thorn. When I heard his story I decided it was … Continue reading God is There in these Shards of Ice
Fibromyalgia - I'd love for you to come along with me on this unpredictable journey.
When we look around our communities and our world, it seems we have allowed pride and privilege to take over our hearts and lives. Perhaps it's time to pursue humility in all our lives. Inspired by her earlier post, Seven Biblical Promises for Walking in Humility, I asked Karen Friday if she would write more … Continue reading How to Pursue Humility as Followers of Christ
Interviews with Chronic Pain Warriors #4 I know! It’s strange to write these words "light and momentary" when talking about chronic pain. I have been in an R.A. flair most of the past year and now facing some heart issues. I sometimes wonder just how much more I can take. Not that I want to … Continue reading When You Don’t See the Light at the End of the Tunnel
It is time to put all of these crazy, negative thoughts into captivity where they belong! Let’s put’em in jail. Easy to say, isn’t it? How do we actually do it? He was 16 then and I was lying in bed trying to go to sleep and just as the scoundrel does, he put a … Continue reading How to Take Every Thought Captive