On the ride home from picking my daughter up after school, she mentioned we couldn’t see God. I knew this parenting moment would eventually happen. The moment she would ponder if God was real, because she could not tangibly see Him. But before I could launch into my speech on how He is very real, … Continue reading Feeling Filled with Faith
I am taking back my peace from Satan, and sending the Devil into Hell where he belongs.
We must ask ourselves, is there any rebellion in our lives? Rebellion that could be quenching the power of the Spirit, breaking God’s heart, and turning Him away from us?
Let’s keep striving. Let’s keep praying. Let’s keep wrestling.
I replaced saving with selfishness. And that does not honor God.
When my husband and I decided to put a deposit down in March, for a family trip in December, we knew we were going to need to save money. And by saving, I mean more than just putting a few bucks back each month. We needed to tighten our purse strings, and I mean that … Continue reading Strive to Save
I am seeing areas in which I need to strive to embrace some qualities of the pineapple.
If we can see the beauty of a Monday designed and gifted by God, perhaps this day will be less resentful and more enjoyable.
From the mouths of babes.
Have you ever heard that saying? It’s a common southern idiom meaning children can speak words of wisdom, despite their age. The idiom itself was derived from the Bible.
Like our earthly homes, our hearts might need some cleaning after a long winter. Perhaps a pile of unforgiveness should be swept up. Tears mopped. Revenge thrown out. Fear scrubbed off. And anger polished away.