I am as guilty of using the lingo as the next southern woman raised her entire life sitting on a pew every Sunday and can use it with the best of ‘em. Glory to God, I am justified, sanctified, and glorified. I am saved by the Blood of the Lamb and filled with the … Continue reading Grown-up Salvation
Have you ever been in the midst of a horrible storm and had an unexplainable Peace, knowing - All Will Be Well? We are all probably familiar with the story where Jesus speaks to the wind and waves and calmed the storm. I have often thought about Peter and the disciples out in that small fishing … Continue reading Peace! Be Still.
I am an educated Mississippi, now Alabama, girl with a couple of degrees and more than a few certifications. But let me tell you about those degrees; they are just like a curly little pig’s tail. They make a real cute decoration BUT they don’t mean there’s a bit more meat on the pig. But there … Continue reading One Thing I Know
As a kid, I remember the anticipation of Christmas morning as some of my most exciting moments. Specifically the year my sisters and I decided to stay up allnight and wait for Santa. For days afterwards, my dad told the story of how he looked over to find my eyes closed and, speaking up, he … Continue reading When I Grow Up…
“At each and every sunrise you will hear my voice as I prepare my sacrifice of prayer to you. Every morning I lay out the pieces of my life on the altar and wait for your fire to fall upon my heart.” Psalms 5:3 TPT I have always been an early morning kinda gal. Even … Continue reading Before The Sun Comes Up
Abraham waited 100 years to meet the son God promised him. Joseph spent 15+ years waiting for the vision God gave him to become a reality that his brothers would bow before him. A big chunk of that time was in prison. Moses waited 40 years in the desert before God showed up in a … Continue reading It’s a Hard Knock Life
Dear God, It’s been awhile since we last talked. And I know you’re busy. But I have something I’d like to ask, if you have a second. Please— For a lot longer than I care to admit my prayers sounded something like that. It had to be real important before I felt it was worth … Continue reading Dear God