Preparing our Hearts for Holy Week: an assignment!

“….The Scriptures give no indication of anger in Mary’s spirit as she watched her son die, but I confess that if it would’ve been me grieving beneath that blood stained cross, I would’ve had a real heart-to-heart, foot-stomping, angry prayer time with God. My guttural petitions might have been, “What are you doing? He is […]

2012

What does a blogger write to kick off a brand spankin’ new year? I could write the usual. Resolutions. One word for the year like consistency or faith. Or I could write about a new idea I heard recently by Mary DeMuth. She suggested finding a picture that would define your resolutions. Rather than the new resolutions, I could tell you of […]

More than a Temporary "Fix"

On the day of Jesus’ death there were no angels in sight. There were no signs given by heavenly beings matching Gabriel’s words to Mary; there was only the nauseating, faith-snatching scene of the Son of God nailed upon a cross. It was a day like no other, and Mary of Nazareth probably thought that it […]