Today we take time to reflect on a precious verse and a beautiful song. We call it Word & Worship. OUR WORD for TODAY: Jesus overcame death and … Continue reading Word & Worship ~ Easter – Resurrecting
We take a Breath Day today. A day to breathe in the most Powerful Promise ever given in His Word. A day to breathe out a Prayerful Praise to our Heavenly Father and Savior Jesus. “I passed on to you what was most important and what had also been passed on to me. Christ died … Continue reading Easter Breath Day
I wasn't watching where I was going and I got smacked across the head with a 2x4. But it was exactly what I needed to knock some sense into the 3-pound brain nestled inside my head that had shriveled to the size of a pea. For several days I have been wallowing in discouragement. I … Continue reading How About Them Apples?
Dictonary.com defines the word hopeless as “providing no hope; beyond optimism or hope; desperate”. While this definition sounds depressing at best, I’d venture to say, we’ve all felt at one time or another that we’re at the end of our rope, as if there’s no hope in sight, no way out … desperate even by … Continue reading Where Does Your Hope Come From?
In my reading, I came across the article 10 Tips for First Time Obedience by Kathie Morrissey. As a mother of adult children, I believe she mentions some really good points here. One thing that she says is, “if our kids can obey us the 3rd or 4th time we tell them something, they have … Continue reading You’ve Got What it Takes
Every Monday, a friend of mine has an early morning prayer call. On the most recent call, she reflected on Matthew 17:20. Jesus was talking to his disciples after they had failed at healing a demon-possessed boy. They wanted to know why they weren't successful. He replied, “Because you have so little faith. Truly I … Continue reading Faith Don’t Fail Me Now
Her name was Ethel Annie, recorded that way over a hundred years ago in the family Bible. For she was born at home; not in a hospital with birth certificates sent to the state capital in Jackson. That day her older brother penned her name in the family Bible and that was record enough. She … Continue reading And God Blessed the Rest