Waiting is not Fun, but it is Vital

You’ve heard the call. You hold the dream. And…..nothing. Doors seem to be locked shut. What do you do? You wait. You do the things you know He has placed in front of you to do for today even if those things seem trivial or totally unrelated to the call. And you wait. Waiting on God is … Continue reading “Waiting is not Fun, but it is Vital”

What we have in common with Mary Magdalene

The Hills of Galilee where Mary Magdalene battled her demons. Mary M. battled seven demons. We don’t know how these demons manifested themselves, but it is almost certain they caused mental turmoil and drove Magdalene to lonely places of depression and darkness. Some of us can relate to such places even as Christians because the … Continue reading “What we have in common with Mary Magdalene”

The Mundane and the Eternal

The pressures of this world’s duties tug at my pant leg while I desire to be doing eternal things. Laundry just doesn’t seem to hold such weight, yet it must get done. I’ve always been able to relate to Mary more than Martha, not because I’m holy, but because I’d rather pray than mop the floor. … Continue reading “The Mundane and the Eternal”

Weather Change

A neighbor in Massachusetts once said to me regarding the weather, “If you don’t like it today, just hang around for a little bit and it will change.” Or something like that. I remember thinking, “This man has never lived in Oklahoma!” Talk about extreme and quick weather changes. That’s what happened yesterday. My somewhat gloomy … Continue reading “Weather Change”

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