One of my favorite verses – my life verse, you might say, is I Peter 1:7…”That the trial of your faith, being much more precious than of gold that perisheth, though it be tried with fire, might be found unto praise and honour and glory at the appearing of Jesus Christ:” That verse contains so… Read More Not of This World
June has been an emotional month. Certainly full of those events and moments – and even some days – that cause all the emotions. Of course, when I look back over the past weeks that have made up June, it is necessary to remember the good with the bad. The hard with the exciting. It… Read More Remember. Be grateful: June 2019
Every day – at least once a day and, depending on who I talk to in the evening, sometimes multiple times each day – I am asked, “How was your day?” Typically, I reply, “Good. Thanks!” And while I am not trying to overthink what is, for the most, a simple courtesy – I was… Read More A Good Day
The prompt for Five Minute Friday this week is: QUESTION. There are so many penetrating questions throughout the Bible. For instance, when Jesus asks the adulteress woman, “Where are your accusers?” Or when He asks the lame man waiting by the pool if he wants to be healed, or the many times He rebukes the… Read More Will You Walk Away?
Tomorrow is summer! Sure – it has pretty much felt like summer for weeks now. School is out and temperatures are high:) But the calendar makes it official tomorrow. Woo hoo! Just for fun, here are two “little lists” pertaining to summer. At least, summer for me! Four must-haves for summer: 1 – Shade! Ha… Read More Four things: Summer Edition
There have been so many references and thoughts – from all different sources – lately regarding the Samaritan woman and her encounter with Jesus at the well. When something comes to my attention, like that, repeatedly in a short amount of time, I take note. I decided to read the story again because, like so… Read More He’s Waiting at the Well
Puzzles seem to have a huge appeal among seniors. No doubt, there are folks of all ages that enjoy puzzles but they do seem to be exceptionally popular among my senior friends. At the assisted living, there is always a puzzle in the works – its pieces laid out with care and by design –… Read More Life is Full of Puzzles
This morning’s prompt for Five Minute Friday is WELL. Kate had a guest post today…from Susie Finkbeiner. It was short (five minutes does that to a post) but so struck a chord with me. You might want to read that one before you finish with my thoughts. On “Well.” GO – “It is Well with… Read More It is Well…but Is It Always?
Back in March, I started a new series of posts…”Currently” – a look at a few things that would currently describe my life. But that series didn’t really get past the first month. So, time to revisit, and restart, that idea. Onward and forward with the latest installment of my life, currently. I am reading. … Read More Currently: June 2019
It’s Friday. The end of another month – yesterday, I looked back at not only May but the last season and some of the lessons I’ve learned lately. Friday also means another Five Minute Friday and the challenge to think and write freely (just for five minutes) on a weekly prompt. The posts of others… Read More Responsibility Comes with Your Name