Dear Marys, I have invited some of my writing buddies to be guest bloggers once in awhile. I know you will enjoy this post from S. Kim Henson, a Word Weaver friend. Thanks Kim! (The different colored red boxes are links to her website and Facebook author page…hope you’ll visit them!) Guest… Read More Excited About Our Gifts
Do life’s problems have you stressed out? The learning possibilities are limited only by your willingness to be teachable. In faith, thank Me for your problem. Ask Me to open your eyes and your heart to all that I am accomplishing through this difficulty. Once you have become grateful for a problem, it loses… Read More How to Take the Power Out of Your Problems
There is time and a season for everything, and a season for every activity under heaven….What does the worker gain from his toil? I have seen the burden God has laid on men. He has made everything beautiful in its time. He has also set eternity in the hearts of men; yet they cannot fathom… Read More Is Your Heart Restless?
Moods. I’ve never considered myself a moody person, but I remember the day when my mom told my best friend as they pow-wowed about my quick engagement to Mike, that I was moody. I was offended. Me? I’m not the “M” word. I’m very even tempered and rational. Okay…well, maybe most of the time I am. But I… Read More The "M" Word
“I wake and put feet to the plank floor, and I believe the Serpent’s hissing lie, the repeating refrain of his campaign through the ages: God isn’t good. It’s the cornerstone of his movement. That God withholds good from His children, that God does not genuinely, fully, love us” (One Thousand Gifts, by Ann Voskamp,… Read More The Serpent’s Hissing Lie