Steamed

I admire two men of noble character, Joseph and Job. The Bible records stories about both of these men of faith. Why these two men? Because of the way they maintained their righteousness despite the unjust, horrific, and traumatic events that occurred in their lives I’m drawn to their stories again and again.

Blackout Forgiveness

I blacked out forgiveness. Before you unsubscribe me for fear, I’ve departed my Biblical values and beliefs, please hear me out. In the US we just celebrated Mother’s Day. It can be a day filled with difficult emotions for people who are grieving the death of their mother, the loss of a child, those inContinue reading “Blackout Forgiveness”

Shhh, the Flowers are Speaking

Come take a virtual walk with me. Every spring I love to photograph the flowers announcing spring is here or near. It gives me such joy to see their beauty and draws me outside. In my garden, the first to emerge from winter’s slumber is daffodils and I’m blessed to have a few varieties. EachContinue reading “Shhh, the Flowers are Speaking”

Processing Life

I would guess many bloggers, like myself process by writing. I may mull over an issue for hours, days, or more depending on what I’m pondering. Then I journal to get it out and sort my thoughts. Recently, I did my processing by writing a free-verse poem. It started with two words that kept bouncingContinue reading “Processing Life”

Two Years!

This week I celebrate two years of writing and sharing my devotionals, Bible studies, and other occasional tidbits. I would love to give every reader a cupcake to celebrate with me. Since that’s not possible you’ll have to settle for a virtual treat instead.

Prayers on the Cross – again

I’m repeating a prior post. When originally published this was one of seven posts researching the prayers of Jesus. This one, examines the three distinct prayers of Jesus, our Redeemer, while he suffered on the cross. With the observance of Good Friday and Easter, what better prayers to look at than those of Jesus Christ.Continue reading “Prayers on the Cross – again”

My Big Playground

Psychological and physiological trauma can generate a vast array of symptoms in people relative to the magnitude of trauma experienced. One symptom that can occur is difficulty making decisions. This happens to be one I’ve wrestled with and for a long time, I had no idea why making a decision was paralyzing for me.