Bible study, death, Uncategorized, Word Wednesday

Word Wednesday: Wait for the Lord, Be Strong/ Hazaq

  It’s been one of those hard weeks.  I’ve watched a dear friend slip slowly from this side of heaven into the other side. She’s not completely gone yet, at least she is still breathing, but she hasn’t eaten for weeks nor opened her eyes for days. Despite knowing she lived 89 good years, it’s never easy saying goodbye. So, …

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Circumstances, control, death, Destiny, Jesus, living

What Would You Do Differently Today?: A Poem about living

  If you knew the number of your days. If nothing seemed to be going your way. And pain and strife were your middle name What would you do differently today?     If Elohiym had whispered to you That in a few days He would choose To bring you home rather than rescue you What would you do?   …

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death, depression, Disappointments, faith, prayer

When I Stopped Praying

A few years ago I rode a roller-coaster in prayer. One day my faith would be on the highest of highs and the next day plummeted to the lowest of lows. There was no level ground of faith. Until this difficult time in my life, though my prayers weren’t always answered just as petitioned, they were answered favorable enough often enough to feel …

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