For the despondent, one that has lost hope and courage, life is viewed from a lense of gray. Life appears with many troubles, even miserable, everything seems to go wrong, their anxious, foreboding thoughts translate into a life of glass 1/2 empty. (from Proverbs 15:15 NLT, AMPC, MSG, TPT) For the happy heart, those who … Continue reading the happy heart
Home. A dwelling place. A shelter..Home. It is where most of us are finding ourselves these days…as things continue to get stripped away and sidelined..“Whoever dwells in the shelter of the Most High will rest in the shadow of the Almighty. I will say of the Lord, “He is my refuge and my fortress, my … Continue reading home
This past week my mind has pondered the “what if’s”, questioned the “whys”. One particular night as I tossed in bed, trying to fall asleep, God sweetly reminded of Job 42:2. His plans, his purpose can’t be thwarted….restrained, hindered, stopped, cut out. We may not be able to control the Coronavirus or the circumstances surrounding … Continue reading no stopping God’s plan
God has taught me so much over the last few years especially when it comes to worry, fear and anxiety. One of the most important things is to build a foundation of trust by thinking on truth. There is no better way than to spend a little time each morning in his word. His word … Continue reading a promise a day
Time out. It’s what a baseball coach calls when he needs to head to the mound and get inside the pitcher’s head. The pitcher who has faced batter after batter. He has stared a few down, struck a few out. But, he has also let himself get intimidated, nervous, anxious by that last error, deep … Continue reading Time Out!
“Rainy days and Mondays always get me down.” Lyrics from a 70s song by the Carpenters. Anyone old enough to remember it? My hubby asked today “What if Monday is a Rainy Day like today?” Well, I guess that is a double whammy. As the song says “Nothing to do but frown.” Unless, we believe … Continue reading Rainy Days and Mondays